Performing arts center grand reopening with "Rock the First Interstate Center" concert Nov. 5

click to enlarge Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist ZZ Ward. - ZZ WARD WEBSITE
ZZ Ward website
Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist ZZ Ward.

Last week, Spokane got a new name for its performing arts center (First Interstate Center for the Arts), and this week the Spokane Public Facilities District revealed plans for a grand reopening concert in November.

The free community concert on Nov. 5 at 6:30 pm, "Rock the First Interstate Center," will feature performances by Northwest favorite indie group Pickwick and blues-rock sensation ZZ Ward (not to be confused with rock group ZZ Top).

Reserve your free tickets online (up to four per person) and catch a glimpse of the newly renovated performing arts center. Tickets are up for grabs starting Friday, Sept. 28, at 10 am with limited availability.


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