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Spokane, WA 99202
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Whether you're young or young at heart, the Laser Quest welcomes you. Ages 5 to 85 can come and enjoy a combination of tag and hide and seek, where you use your "laser tag gun" to light up an opponent's body sensor and score points. At the end of the game whoever has the most points win. You can play in a multi-level arena with music and a fog machine can even be used.
The Magic Lantern is a non-profit art-house cinema supported by people who love foreign films, art films, independent films, and documentaries.
Interplayers Theater is a professional theater in Spokane. The theater was founded in 1980 and showcases interesting plays. The actors are usually talented locals and the theater has produced around 50 Pacific Northwest premieres. The theater has produced such plays as Waiting for Godot, Woman in Black and Driving Miss Daisy.
Formerly the Spokane Opera House, the INB Performing Arts Center is one of the best performing arts venues in the area. It seats 2700 people and has good acoustics. This venue has been used by concerts and theater, including Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King.
The Spokane Convention Center hosts numerous events throughout the year, including public conventions such as wine tasting events, and many professional trade shows. Located right in Downtown, the Center is directly across from the INB Performing Arts Center, and within walking distance from the major area attractions and restaurants. Also nearby are fantastic views of the river and Spokane Falls.
Nike Center Court is located in downtown Spokane. This outdoor court plays host to several tournaments and local sporting events. The big draw here is the annual festival, Hoopfest. One of the largest gatherings for three-on-three basketball, it is a great platform for emerging talent. Grab a court-side seat and witness all the action, and spot a national champion or two.
The Spokane Symphony is a 70-piece professional orchestra that performs for more than 150,000 listeners each season and provides a wide variety of exceptional educational experiences. The orchestra presents critically acclaimed performances featuring some of the world's most respected soloists.
Formerly the Metropolitan Performing Arts Center, the theater was renamed in 2006 to legendary performer Bing Crosby. The theater was built in 1915 with a neoclassic design and was renovated in 1988. The renovation preserved its historic elegance while providing the theater with modern technology. The theater can hold up to 750 people and boasts some of the best acoustics in the city. See their website for a calendar of events and showtimes.
Knitting Factory Concert House offers some of the best concerts in Spokane. You can hear local bands and even national acclaimed bands have performed at the Knitting Factory and you can rent the location for private events. The Knitting Factory Concert House also encompasses Alterknit Lounge; entrance on West 1st street. The lounge has Karaoke on Wednesday nights and the lounge has great DJs.
Twenty theaters pack the top floors of Riverpark Square, a newly remodeled downtown mall. The brand new theaters have all the modern conveniences,stadium seating, armrests that either hold cups or fold up for snuggling with your date, SDDS sound systems and most importantly, leg room. Even when every seat is filled, it doesn't feel claustrophobic. The main disappointment here is the parking price even with the AMC discount offer. If you can overlook that, it's fun to go downtown, wander around and then see a film in a clean, comfortable environment.
Near the always popular Riverfront Park, River Park Square is a local hot spot for shopping and entertainment. In addition to department stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, check out some of the more unique stores like Made in Washington, where you can find many locally made products. If you're in the mood for some cinematic entertainment, AMC Riverpark Square 20 plays all of the newest blockbusters.
Originally opened in 1931, the Martin Woldson Theater has recently been restored to its historic beauty. The theater's decor is simple with a hint of art deco. The theater seats around 1600 people and has a wide range of programing.