First Interstate Center for the Arts

The First Interstate Center for the Arts reopened in November 2018 after a $22 million renovation. The iconic building, a legacy from the 1974 World's Fair, is located downtown on the beautiful banks of the Spokane River adjacent to Riverfront Park. It has hosted everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to "Phantom of the Opera" and "The Lion King."

Adaptable for symphony concerts, ballet, grand opera, road shows, country and rock music spectaculars, musical stage productions, travelogues, conventions, and lectures, the impressive modernization will surely enhance the guest experience.

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First Interstate Center for the Arts

334 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201