Trying to decide what to do in Spokane this weekend? Find the best live music events, shows and concerts in Spokane, WA? Summer 2023 is going to be filled with concerts all over the city of Spokane, so whether you want to find tickets, discover new music, or simply stay up to date with Spokane's best shows and concerts in 2023, Visit Spokane has you covered!
This summer, the Spokane Symphony will be putting on a free concert series taking place all over Spokane during the month of May. If you are a lover of classical music, or maybe just want to give it a try outside of a concert hall, then give the Out and About concert series a shot! No tickets are required for the Out and About Series Concerts.
From mid-summer to winter this year, the Symphony's Masterworks series begins, featuring numerous amazing musicians from across the country.
The Spokane Symphony's James, Zuill & Mozart Masterworks series features our favorite masterpieces, from classical symphonies to exciting concerts happening all fall in Spokane. See breathtaking performances from established master conductors to emerging local musicians. Nothing beats the live music and visceral experience of an orchestra performing right before your eyes.
Masterworks 3: Morihiko
October 21 -22, 2023
"Morihiko Nakahara, conductor Zhu Wang, piano Beloved by Spokane, conductor Morihiko Nakahara returns with a program of romantic passions. Amy Beach is the composer of the first published symphony by an American woman, weaving old-world folk songs into symphonic form." The Masterwork series of the Spokane Symphony have come to be treasured events in the community and should not be missed!
Masterworks 4: Behold, The Sea
November 4 - 5th, 2023
Created by famed conductor Dr. Meg Stohlmann, this Masterwork series takes you on a journey through the seas, weaving beautiful whale song recordings seamlessly into their orchestra to capture the epic vibrance of our planet's largest creatures.
New Year's Eve: Beethoven’s 9th
December 31st, 2023
If you still haven't decided on your NYE plans in Spokane, then the Spokane Symphony has you covered. Playing their take on the world-renowned 9th symphony from Beethoven, New Years Eve in Spokane has never sounded better!
Upcoming Concerts at the Spokane Arena
PARKER MCCOLLUM: BURN IT DOWN TOUR
January 19th, 2024Parker McCollum is bringing the Burn It Down Tour with Special Guest Larry Fleet & King Calaway to Spokane Arena on Thursday, January 18!
NATE BARGATZE: THE BE FUNNY TOUR
January 25, 2024.
Grammy-nominated comedian and famed podcaster Nate Bargatze is selling out shows across the world and now is bringing his new tour to the Spokane Arena on Thursday, January 25, 2024. Bargate's unique comedy style of refreshingly clean and relatable jokes makes this a perfect option for a night out with the family.
JONAS BROTHERS: FIVE ALBUMS. ONE NIGHT.
Tuesday, November 7th
The Jonas Brothers will be performing their five most popular albums, all in one night, at the Spokane Arena on November 7. If you and the family are looking for the perfect concert this winter in Spokane, The Jonas Brothers at the Spokane Arena could be the perfect choice!
Upcoming Music Events at the Riverfront Park Pavilion
Incubus at the Spokane Pavilion
July 22, 2023
Don't miss out on Incubus and Badflower performing live at Spokane's famed Riverfront Park Pavilion on Saturday, July 22nd. If you love Incubus' classic hits like 'Wish You Were Here' then don't miss out on this spectacular live music event happening this summer in Spokane!
Noah Kahan at the Pavilion
On Tuesday, August 8th, Noah Kahan will be performing alongside Joy Oladokun at the Spokane Pavilion in Riverfront Park. If you are a fan of melodic indie rock with a folk-flair, then this one is one of Spokane's best live outdoor music events happening in 2023!
Modest Mouse and Pixies at the Pavilion
Modest Mouse and the Pixies will be coming to Spokane on September 6th, bringing their iconic rock acts to the Riverfront Park Pavilion this summer. If you grew up in the early 2000s, the Pixies and Modest Mouse will need no introduction. The show starts at 6:30 pm with tickets currently starting at $60.