Celebrate traditional and ethnic art in all its many forms during the 24th annual Spokane Fall Folk Festival. Taking over the Spokane Community College’s Lair, the annual event attracts several thousand spectators and performers who come together to share their love for all genres of regional folk music: Celtic, bluegrass, blues, African, Asian, Middle Eastern and then some. Attendees can enjoy more than 100 performers of music, dance and other art forms on eight stages throughout the venue, which also hosts a live radio show taping for KPBX (91.1 FM) on Saturday and a traditional New England-style contra dance to close out festivities on both evenings.
Sat, Nov. 9 from 11 am-10 pm and Sun, Nov. 10 from 11 am-5 pm • Free • All ages • Spokane Community College Lair • 1810 N. Greene St. • spokanefolkfestival.org
— Chey Scott