Music

Live music of all genres and styles, from classical to avant garde. Looking to book a musician or band for a gig? Check out our Artist Roster to find their information or contact the local musician’s union for recommendations. 

Event: February 2
“Love is the Drug” pop up art and music exhibit

Off-Sprague Art Salon presents Love is the Drug: a pop up art show featuring visual art and music.
Spokane, February 2, 2024 –exhibit featuring work by Amy Feldt, Carrie Scozzaro, Kelsey Grafton, Valerie Hoomissen and Chelsea Cordova. The venue is a 1911 home in East Central Spokane and sure to enchant art enthusiasts with an intimate exhibition showcasing art that touches on the themes of love and beauty. Musician/composer Tana Bachman-Bland will be playing violin for a portion of the event. *Accepting donations for entry, proceeds go to local drug recovery organization. Venue has steep stairs, NO restroom. Parking available on Lee Street.

Event: January 11
Tablao Flamenco Spokane

Quiero Flamenco is honored to present an amazing lineup of guest artists in its next production, Tablao Flamenco. Tablao Flamenco is a powerful experience where dancers and musicians come together for an evening of Flamenco magic. Highlighting the improvisational communication between dancers and musicians in the ever changing art of Flamenco, each Tablao show is a unique and never to be repeated experience. Joining Quiero Flamenco will be Jose Moreno, Jed Miley, Amelia Moore and Daniel Azcarate.
Join us Jan. 11th at 8pm at Overbluff Cellars to experience this incredible collection of guest artists.

Event: Opens November 11
28th Annual Fall Folk Festival

The Spokane Fall Folk Festival is the premier annual multicultural event in the Inland Northwest. Since 1996 the Folk Festival, sponsored by the Spokane Folklore Society, has been bringing music and dance from many different traditions to the two-day event each November. This Festival showcases regional musical artists and performing groups who represent cultures from around the globe and has inspired similarly styled festivals. What makes this festival shine is that we advertise our schedules and highlight performers in advance to encourage attendance. In 2023 the festival received the Inlander’s Best Of poll award for 3rd for the Best Arts Festival. Spokane Folklore Society is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to fostering American and International cultures in Spokane.

Artist
Trevon Walton

My name is Trevon Walton. I am an artist who has been spending my entire life finding ways to express myself and what I feel. I am a creative, finding love and passion in any and every medium that I touch, but I also find the ability to speak in a manner that can be difficult for me to do otherwise, it allows me to express myself in a raw, unfiltered manner. It also allows me to project part of me or my spirit into every thing I create, every detail of every painting, song, and body of work. My goal is to ultimately change the world, and give a platform for people like me, who may have been discouraged to be creative, and show them that being creative and expressive can ultimately heal in such a beautiful way. With these songs and these images, I tell you my story.