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If you are a fan of live music then The Bartlett is one place you simply cannot miss. Known to host talented performers, this club is a spot to mingle with like-minded patrons and make new friends while enjoying good music. To complement your evening, The Bartlett has a scrumptious food menu on offer, and their happy hours last for two and half hours starting 5p everyday. After the acts, patrons can chat with artists, and this amicable atmosphere makes The Bartlett a haunt for music aficionados and upcoming artists.
Set in a historical building dating back to 1909, Zola is one of the trendiest spots to be and for quite a few good reasons. This bi-level spot has a chic industrial design to it with quirky artworks made from salvages materials. Their cozy booths made of recycled tilt-a-whirls on the upper level is a hit and fills up fast. So if you want to enjoy a twirl while seated, reach early to catch one. Enjoy their delightful libations during their extremely popular happy hours. Tipple on craft concoctions or draft beer from their extensive draft system. Their technologically advanced sound system ensures you enjoy their nightly live music performances and shows. Sports fans can catch the latest games on any of their 60 television screens. Nosh on their creative tasty bites. No matter the reason for your visit, you can sure of a memorable experience.
Formerly the Spokane Opera House, the INB Performing Arts Center is one of the best performing arts venues in the area. It seats 2700 people and has good acoustics. This venue has been used by concerts and theater, including Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King.
Formerly the Metropolitan Performing Arts Center, the theater was renamed in 2006 to legendary performer Bing Crosby. The theater was built in 1915 with a neoclassic design and was renovated in 1988. The renovation preserved its historic elegance while providing the theater with modern technology. The theater can hold up to 750 people and boasts some of the best acoustics in the city.
Knitting Factory Concert House offers some of the best concerts in Spokane. You can hear local bands and even national acclaimed bands have performed at the Knitting Factory and you can rent the location for private events. The Knitting Factory Concert House also encompasses Alterknit Lounge; entrance on West 1st street. The lounge has Karaoke on Wednesday nights and the lounge has great DJs.
Built in 1931 as the Fox Theater, the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox got a new lease of life after a long renovation in 2007. An art deco beauty, it is now the base of the Spokane Symphony and hosts a myriad of performing arts events. Enjoy delightful performances at this historic venue.
Home to hockey's Spokane Chiefs, this venue seats over 10,000 and hosts events including concerts, stand-up comedy acts, basketball, and hockey. The Spokane Arena has featured performers as diverse as Elton John and Dolly Parton.
Located inside the Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Northern Quest Casino has a plethora of entertainment options for you. From slot games like Wolf Run MultiPlay, Buffalo Slots and Sea Goddess that are perfect for your entire family to Blackjack and Roulette for elders, the casino has lots to choose from. They also have a dedicated Poker Room, and they are also known for their high payoff game Keno. Apart from gambling, Northern Quest Casino has a busy events calender featuring concerts by eminent bands and artists.