Spokane Symphony plays a swan song for summer | Arts & Culture
Labor Day Weekend marks the unofficial end of summer and the Spokane Symphony will send off the long days with class. The Symphony will be putting on two free concerts in the park over the weekend featuring music from Strauss, Tchaikovsky and John Williams.
Both shows will allow concert goers to enjoy the music in an outdoor setting. Picnics, blankets and chairs are welcome and encouraged. The Friends of Pavillion Park in Liberty Lake are sponsoring Saturday's concert as part of the 16th Annual Summer Festival in Pavillion Park.
For the 28th year in a row, the Spokane Symphony will close out summer with a concert in Comstock Park. Sterling Bank is sponsoring the show, making it free so that everyone can enjoy as the strings, horns and reeds come together.
Spokane Symphony at Pavillion Park
- Saturday, August 31st, 6-7:30pm
- Concessions provided by Liberty Lake Kiwanis
Spokane Symphony at Comstock Park
- Monday, September 2nd, 6-7:30pm
Make sure to arrive early to secure a great viewing spot! For more information click HERE.