A concert could pop up in a dumpster at this point and I’d be the first to dive in (if the dumpster was big enough to socially distance, of course). The fact that we have the opportunity to see one of Spokane’s best musicians play a show while eating food from one of Spokane’s best chefs? Unbelievable given the past year. But here we are. Blake Braley, he of the soulful tunes and hardworking nature, is playing at the historic Zephyr Lodge in Liberty Lake, and everyone is invited to what they’re calling Zephyr Lodge Dinner Theater. This is the first show of this kind we’ve heard of at the sweet spot by the lake, and you’ll have dinner by chef Tony Brown and a couple of drink tickets included with the show by Braley, as well as an opening set by the house band. Masks and social distancing are required, but should hardly dampen the good cheer.
Tue, April 20 at 6:30 pm (doors at 6 pm) • All ages • $75 • Zephyr Lodge • 1900 S. Zephyr, Liberty Lake • thezephyrdinnertheater.com
— Dan Nailen