Free Labor Day Spokane Symphony Concert at Riverfront Pavilion

Media: Fianna Dickson, 625.6297. Spokane Symphony: 624.1200.

Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 3:06 p.m.

The Spokane Symphony’s traditional free Labor Day Weekend Concerts in the parks are back this year after being canceled during the pandemic in 2020.

These two concerts are the symphony’s gift to the community. They mark the end of summer and the start of the new classical music season. Music Director James Lowe conducts a lineup of light classics, patriotic tunes and music from movies and Broadway. The concerts run about 90 minutes with one 20-minute intermission.  Both concerts start at 6:00 p.m.

The public is welcome to bring food, blankets, beach towels and low-backed beach-style chairs (28” max. height). No alcohol or glass bottles. No remote controlled flying devices or drones allowed. Animals are prohibited unless they are service animals.

This year’s Labor Day Monday concert, traditionally held in Comstock Park on Spokane’s South Hill, will be in downtown Spokane at the Riverfront Park Pavilion because Comstock Park is under construction for irrigation repairs necessitated by the January 2021 windstorm. The Riverfront Pavilion concert coincides with the last evening of Pig Out in the Park.



Riverfront Park Pavilion

Monday, September 6

6:00 p.m.

Sponsored by Jennifer and Dr. Phillip Ogden, Gerry and Bill Sperling, and the Innovia Foundation




An additional concert is held outside of Spokane City parks, in Liberty Lake:

20th Annual Ludlow Kramer Memorial Spokane Symphony Concert in Pavillion Park in Liberty Lake, Sat., September 4 at 6:00 p.m., sponsored by the City of Liberty Lake, Kiwanis International and STCU.