Spokane Chiefs hockey and Spokane Shock football fans take in games at the Spokane Arena, better known as the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, located in the heart of Spokane, Washington. The high-capacity and state-of-the-art arena is wired for sound and video and can accommodate more than 10,000 fans for arena football and more than 12,000 fans for concerts and center-stage shows. It was built in 1995 to replace an aging stadium in the city of Spokane, WA. The performances, concerts, and sports events held at the Spokane Arena are diverse.
Recent Musical Events at the Spokane Arena
Recent events include performances by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Eric Church, the Doobie Brothers, and TobyMac. The Weeknd recently canceled an April 30, 2022 event, but there are rumors it will be rescheduled for a future date. Future events include For King & Country, New Kids on the Block, and The Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour.
Sports Events at the Spokane Arena
Recent sports events at the Spokane Arena include the Spokane Chiefs vs. the Seattle Thunderbirds, the Spokane Chiefs vs. the Kelowna Rockets, and the Spokane Chiefs vs. the Vancouver Giants. Look for the Spokane Chiefs vs. the Prince George Cougars, the Portland Winterhawks, and the Seattle Thunderbirds in the coming months.
Events Planned at Spokane Arena in 2022
There are already events planned well into August of 2022 at the Spokane Arena. You can find the current event calendar here. Whether you’re looking to hear great music or enjoy hockey and football, the arena hosts events year-round for entertainment purposes.
Parking for the Spokane Arena
Parking in all Spokane Arena parking lots is approximately $15. When there is a popular game or performer, the parking space fills up quickly, so taking an Uber or Lyft to the arena is advised. The Uber & Lyft drop-off and pick-up zone is located at the southeast corner of the Spokane Arena.