Northern Quest Resort & Casino Announces Summer Concerts
May 04, 2011
Northern Quest Resort & Casino is proud to announce the launch of the Pepsi
Outdoor Summer Concerts at Northern Quest Resort & Casino's outdoor pavilion, a
brand new intimate outdoor concert and event venue. The beautiful outdoor venue,
located directly behind Northern Quest Resort, boasts more than 11,000 square
feet of outdoor space which can hold over 5,000 people and is complete with
beverage and food vendors to accommodate guests. The new venue will be unveiled
in June for the opening of the Pepsi Outdoor Summer Concerts and can also be
rented for private outdoor events, such as parties, corporate events, weddings,
receptions and more.
The Pepsi Outdoor Summer Concerts at Northern Quest Resort & Casino kicks off
with seven exciting concerts featuring a variety of entertainment's most
As part of The Last Encore Tour, The Judds will perform on Saturday, June 25.
On Thursday, July 14, the Steve Miller Band takes the stage.
Willie Nelson and Family will perform Sunday, July 31.
The Beach Boys take the stage on Saturday, August 6 as a part of their 50th
2011 Country Hall of Fame Inductee Reba McEntire performs on Friday, August 12
with special guest Sunny Sweeney.
Toby Keith will perform with special guest Eric Church as part of his Locked and
Loaded Tour Presented by Ford F-Series on Thursday, August 18.
Santana, along with special guest Michael Franti, performs on Friday, August 26.
"The Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino are thrilled
to unveil our new outdoor venue and the Pepsi Outdoor Summer Concerts at
Northern Quest Resort & Casino," said Phil Haugen, General Manager of Northern
Quest. "This venue is unlike any other in the Spokane region and will bring in
big-name acts for people to enjoy. We saw a great opportunity for a unique
outdoor venue like this and hope it brings local and regional visitors alike
together for fantastic events and concerts. In many cases, people will be able
to see performers in Spokane they otherwise would have had to travel to Seattle
or Portland to see. We believe this is a wonderful opportunity to boost our
region's economy as well by attracting people to stay and play in Spokane."
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