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Spokane Symphony's New Year's Eve concert will be conducted by former music director Eckart Preu



The Spokane Symphony's tradition of performing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on New Year's Eve continues this week on Friday, December 31, 7:30pm at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox with a conductor change. Former Music Director and Conductor Laureate, Eckart Preu will now lead the orchestra because the Spokane Symphony's current Music Director, James Lowe, is unable to fly to Spokane this week due to international flight cancellations because of Covid. The Spokane Symphony's tradition of performing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony on New Year's Eve was started in 2009 by Music Director Eckart Preu.

Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is one of the milestones of classical music. It features the beloved 'Ode to Joy,' and is dedicated to freedom, joy and brotherhood. At only about an hour long, it's perfect for New Year's Eve when people have plans to celebrate late into the evening.

Tickets are available at spokanesymphony.org. or call the box office at 509.624.1200.

MasterClass Big Band New Year's Eve Maskuerade Bash at the Knitting Factory



MasterClass Big Band featuring Jim Swoboda presents MASKuerade Bash at the Knitting Factory New Year's Eve, Friday, December 31 at 9pm. Live music and dancing all night from the area's top artists. The night opens with the award-winning Bobby Patterson and the Two Tones, playing Blues/Rock, then transitions to a variety of dance favorites from MasterClass Big Band featuring Jim Swoboda. Prizes will be given to the best decorated masks during the show.

VIP tickets are available to include appetizers and desserts and a private bar area. Under 21 attendees will be allowed on the dance floor and the upper area so it's an all-ages event. Bobby Patterson and the Two Tones are representing WA state in the International Blues competition in Memphis later in 2022.

For more information and tickets, visit sp.knittingfactory.com.


Fireworks Display for New Year's Eve at Riverfront Park



Ring in the New Year with your friends and family at Riverfront Park on Friday, December 31. Fireworks will launch at the Clock Tower at 9pm and holiday themed activities will be offered in the park all day. This is a free, family-friendly New Year's Eve celebration. Winter Light Show at the Pavilion is 4:30-10pm. NYE Fireworks Light Show begins at 9pm. NYE Midnight Light Show Countdown: 11pm-12am. Looff Carrousel is open from 10am-7pm, Numerica Skate Ribbon open from 10am-10pm, Numerica SkyRide open from 11am-7pm, and the Sky Ribbon Cafe is open from 10am-10pm.

For more information, visit my.spokanecity.org/riverfrontspokane.


New Year's Eve at Lucky You Lounge



There's live entertainment upstairs at Lucky You Lounge tomorrow, December 31 starting at 9pm. Soul artist Blake Braley and The Desperate 8's perform. Photobooth by Electric Photoland. DJ set in the basement with Storme.

For tickets and more information, visit luckyyoulounge.com.


New Year's Eve Bash at Northern Quest

The celebration kicks off with cash and Reward Play giveaways, live music, dancing, drinks and more. Gaming giveaways start at 8pm, Party in the Pend Oreille Pavilion runs from 7pm-1am with The Sara Brown Band and Soul Proprietor. Ring in the new year with a champagne toast and balloon drop.

For tickets and more information, visit northernquest.com.

Spokane Chiefs games this Friday & Saturday



Cheer on the Spokane Chiefs this Friday, December 31 as they play against the Seattle Thunderbirds, and on Saturday, January 1, it's the Chiefs vs Tri-City Americans. Both game times are at 7:05pm.

Tickets are www.spokanearena.com.


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