First Interstate Center For The Arts Announces Free Concert For Grand Reopening
The Spokane Public Facilities District recently unveiled the new name and logo (First Interstate Center for the Arts) for the iconic downtown Performing Arts Center and now has some exciting news on the reopening of the venue in early November 2018.
"The incredible community we live in is what makes this venue so special," said Stephanie Curran, Chief Executive Officer for the SPFD. "The people who support this venue and the arts are really what it's all about. We wanted to find a way to celebrate the reopening while also saying 'thank you' to the people who make it possible to do what we do."
The District will offer a free community concert, 'Rock the First Interstate Center', on Monday, November 5, 2018 at 6:30pm at the newly renovated First Interstate Center for the Arts (formerly the INB Performing Arts Center). The show will feature blues-rock sensation ZZ Ward and Northwest indie favorites Pickwick.
The public can claim up to four free general admission tickets starting this Friday, September 28th at 10am local. Tickets will be in digital format (print-at-home or mobile) and only available online from TicketsWest.com. Tickets are limited to availability and some restrictions apply.
For more information about ZZ Ward visit: www.zzward.com
For additional information about Pickwick visit www.pickwickmusic.com
About the First Interstate Center for the Arts
The First Interstate Center for the Arts is part of the Spokane Public Facilities District, which includes the Spokane Convention Center and the Spokane Arena. It has hosted a myriad of cultural events, Broadway engagements, and concerts. Formerly known as the Spokane Opera House and INB Performing Arts Center, the elegant 2,525-seat venue is adaptable for symphony concerts, ballet, grand opera, comedy, country and rock music spectaculars, musical stage productions, conventions, community events and lectures. The First Interstate Center for the Arts will reopen in early November 2018, following the completion of its current $22 million renovation.