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First Interstate Center for the Arts - Spokane, WA
Located in Spokane, Washington, The First Interstate Center for the Arts is an entertainment venue. It can house around 2700 people. Currently, the Spokane Public Facilities District owns this center. On May 1, 1974, the center opened to the public after two years of construction. A gala took place which included performances by New York City Ballet's Edward Villella, Lucette Aldous, and Roberta Peters of the Metropolitan Opera.
It has hosted world-class events such as "The Lion King" and Jerry Seinfeld to "Phantom of the Opera." Apart from that many ballets, symphony concerts, grand opera, country, and rock music spectaculars, roadshows, musical stage productions, conventions and lectures, travelogues, the impressive modernization are also hosted at the First Interstate Center for the Arts.
Being connected to the convention center, this facility is perfect for large gatherings and convention general sessions. Its lobby can house 700 people. Moreover, it is spread over 2700 Sq-Ft with a seating capacity of 2700 in the largest rooms. It has a reception capacity of 912 seats, theatre capacity 212 seats, banquet capacity of 150 seats, 3 rooms and classroom capacity of 120 seats. This place is the home of the Spokane Symphony's and Pops series, WestCoast Entertainment's Best of Broadway series, and a variety of community events.
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