Fourth of July Activities in Spokane, Washington

4th of July activities in Spokane, WA

Independence Day is right around the corner, so it’s time to start checking out activities to do during the holiday that will keep you having fun all day long. Here are some of the best Fourth of July activities in Spokane!

Festivals

Of course, the Fourth of July festival at Riverfront Park is a classic. Spend the day snacking on food from local vendors, watching live music from noon all the way up until the fireworks start at 10pm, and grab a beer form the No-Li Brewhouse beer garden. Then watch the fireworks go up over the Spokane River Gorge!

If a festival sounds good to you, there are plenty going on in surrounding towns and cities, like the Kendall Yards celebration at Olmsted Brother Green Park, where you can eat local ice cream from Brain Freeze Creamery.

You can also try the Liberty Lake Fourth of July Celebration with live music from Robbie Christmas, or the Coeur d’Alene Hometown Fourth of July Celebration, which features an American Heroes Parade in the morning and festivities throughout the day until the fireworks start.

Alternative Activities

If you’d prefer an alternative to a festival, check out the Spokane Indians baseball game, which will end in a fireworks display over the stadium, or visit Silverwood Theme Park and spend the day on roller coasters before their own fireworks.

If you require a vehicle to get you to all of these incredible Independence Day activities, be sure to stop by George Gee Buick GMC.

Spokane Spring Events You Shouldn’t Miss

Spring Event in Spokane

If you’re like our staff here at George Gee Buick GMC, then you look forward to the coming of spring all throughout the year. Not only is spring the perfect time to get out and enjoy a scenic drive, but it’s also a great time of year to experience all the Spokane area has to offer. Here are some of our top picks for Spokane spring events that you shouldn’t miss.

Sound of Music

You can experience the award-winning Sound of Music in a brand new production coming to the INB Performing Arts Center this March 22 – 25. Whether you’re a big musical fan, or just curious to find out what the production’s all about, be sure to catch this musical’s limited run.

National Geographic Live

 Visiting the INB Performing Arts Center on March 28, former International Space Station Commander Terry Virts offers stunning video and images of our planet and beyond, and interesting insights into a huge variety of subjects.

Spokane County Raceway

 From NASCAR to drag racing, the Spokane County Raceway has a particularly exciting schedule of events for the 2018 season. Things kick off April 7, so be sure to make plans to check out some incredible racing this spring.

Paw Patrol Live

 Kids and families of all ages will love this live-action performance of Paw Patrol, coming to the INB Performing Arts Center April 7 and 8. This wholesome production is the perfect way to spend an afternoon with the family, so be sure not to miss it.

With the arrival of spring, you’ll find that the Spokane community offers plenty of enjoyable activities.

Visit the Upcoming Spokane Great Outdoors and Bike Expo

Great Outdoors and Bike ExpoDo you love the outdoors? Then come check out the Spokane Great Outdoors and Bike Expo. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, virtually everyone can enjoy the upcoming Expo. This showcase will not only show you the latest products on the market, but there are also contests, giveaways, and much more. We at George Gee Buick GMC couldn’t be more excited for the upcoming show, which is just a short drive from Liberty Lake, WA.

According to Visit Spokane, the Great Outdoors and Bike Expo will be held on February 24 to 25 from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday and 10:00am to 4:00pm on Sunday. The event will be at the Spokane Convention Center, and there is a $10 admission charge at the door. This is a great activity for the family or even for a date.

The Expo will feature a variety of displays and activities. This two-day event will focus on outdoor recreation and travel, but it will also have things like free clinics, product demonstrations, and speakers. For those who love riding, you can test mountain bikes, road bikes, commuters, and even electric-assist models. There’s cornhole, horseshoes, and other outdoor games, and there will even be a rock climbing wall.

In short, this is one event you won’t want to miss. The Pacific North West is heaven for anyone who loves the outdoors, and the Bike Expo is one way to make the most of your experience in and around Spokane.