Valleyfest Events

Valleyfest, Spokane Valley’s premier community festival, celebrates three decades of bringing fun, entertainment, and a vibrant community spirit to Spokane Valley. Valleyfest is a community of volunteers hosting Spokane Valley events yearly. Please help us by becoming a sponsored business partner or volunteering at one of the many events.

Saturday, September 23rd — Featured Valleyfest Events

Located at Mirabeau Point Park

Christopher Lee Anderson.

Christopher Lee Anderson is a very talented 11-year-old and is an accomplished violinist and
pianist. He started to play the violin shortly before his 3rd birthday and began to play the piano a
year later. People recognized him for his performances for large crowds at festivals, events, fairs,
Spokane Indians, and many corporate events. He has been featured on television, radio station,
and newspapers. He will treat you to incredible, lively music to enjoy!

Quiero Flamenco.

Founded in 2017, Quiero Flamenco was created to bring Flamenco to the Inland Northwest.  To date, Quiero has produced a theater performance annually with 2019’s show (Flamenco Aire) receiving a Spokane Arts grant and taking place at the Bing Crosby Theater.  The theater shows include both local performers and some of the top Flamenco musicians and dancers from around the world.
At Valleyfest you will be able to see excerpts from their upcoming show Rising Tide featuring five local female choreographers. We look forward to seeing you at Valleyfest and at The Bing Theater on September 28th and 29th.

Seterra Bell.

Seterra is a singer-songwriter and spoken word artist native to Spokane. They have performed at various local events and venues and are excited to perform at Valleyfest for the 6th year.

Natanam School of Dance.

Natanam Dance School teaches South Indian dancing, called Bharatanatyam as well as Bollywood. Devika Gates (founder of Natanam Dance School) has studied Kalakshetra style Bharatanatyam and was one of the first Bharatanatyam students to successfully complete her Arangetram in the Pacific Northwest. Natanam Dance School is an all-inclusive school that invites people of all ages and backgrounds to dance. You can learn more about our classes by visiting our website


Sidetrack is a five-piece multi-instrumental dance and listening band with a great beat. They play country rock, western, blues, rock-n-roll, and many original tunes.  The features Dave MvRae on acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals. Michael Robinson on electric guitar and vocals. Phil Kleinman on pedal steel, lap steel, and electric guitars. Ron Green and bass and vocals, and Rick Singer on drums.  The band has been together since 2002 and has played at numerous festivals, concerts, and clubs.

La Hau La performs the very popular Vietnamese Lion Dance.  The Lion Dance is a style of traditional Vietnamese performance. The dance mimics a lion’s movement with the hope to bring good luck and fortune. Lions are sacred animals that represent power. 

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Porch Rockers.

Front Porch Rockers play music you remember from the lexicon of recorded music including folk, jazz, rock, novelty, seasonal, and songs for kids.  Music makers include Steve Simmons, guitar and vocals; Rick Singer, percussion instruments; Steven Sackett,  bass and vocals plus multi-instrumentalist Phil Kleinman.

Located at Mirabeau Point Park
Sponsored by: Modern Electric

Inland Northwest Dance Association.

​Inland Northwest Dance Association believes dance is a positive component of life and an enlightening source of energy and joy for communities. INDA strives to unite dance artists with the community through education, festivals, master classes, social gatherings, public performances, and more.

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Inland Northwest Dance Association.

​Inland Northwest Dance Association believes dance is a positive component of life and an enlightening source of energy and joy for communities. INDA strives to unite dance artists with the community through education, festivals, master classes, social gatherings, public performances, and more.

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Spokane Taiko, is a dynamic drum and percussion ensemble performing traditional Japanese Taiko songs and originals! After their performance, they will invite children for a hands-on experience, showing them how to play the big drums! 

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Filipino-American Association of the Inland Empire.

“Silangan” is derived from the Tagalog word for “East” or “the direction of the rising sun.” Similarly, the Filipino-American Association of the Inland Empire takes great pride in introducing the “Silangan Dancers.” These dancers infuse brightness into people’s lives through their captivating performances, exuding charm and grace in every step they take. They take joy in showcasing a variety of Philippine folk dances that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines.

Integrity Martial Arts Demonstration Team.

Integrity Martial Arts is a martial arts school in central Spokane. The demonstration team is composed of students and instructors, with experience ranging from 3 months to over 30 years. Our demonstrations showcase techniques from Taekwondo, Judo, and Hapkido with routines, dives, and board breaks. More information can be found at:

Bon Odori Dancers.
Come & join our dance circle of Joy!
Experience the beauty of Japanese Festival Folk Dance called Bon Odori.
The dances are fun & lively & easy to learn led by Izumi J Pierce Instructor for the Spokane Buddhist Temple Bon Odori Dancers.

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Dancers from the Korean Language School will provide a performance to popular K-Pop songs. K-Pop’s popularity has grown around the world and is now a big part of Korean youth culture. SWF has performed at Winterfest at Northtown Mall and at various libraries and other events around Spokane.

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Sponsored by: City of Spokane Valley

Randy Campbell.

The Randy Campbell Band is an Americana rock cover band known for their captivating performances of classic rock hits alongside original compositions.

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rusty jackson.

Rusty Jackson’s performances are a nostalgic journey through classic singer-songwriter influences like Johnny Cash, James Taylor, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams. Fusing covers of iconic country and pop/rock hits with his own originals, Rusty’s shows evoke a timeless musical experience.

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Kari marguerite.

With shades of old, water-colored soul, pop stood upside down, and smoky, jazz-infused grooves, Kari Marguerite is sure to wow you with her powerful vocals.

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City of Spokane Valley 20th.

Join us for a more formal celebration of the city’s 20th anniversary at about 5 p.m. on the West Lawn at Centerplace. Recognition of our current and former elected officials, 20th Anniversary Committee members, birthday cake, and other festivities! The city is sponsoring two bands to keep the party rolling: The Kevin Shay Band at 5:30 p.m. and Nu Jack City at 8:00 p.m. Come and celebrate with us!

kevin shay band.

The Kevin Shay Band is primarily a Rock-n-Roll band and we have found a passion for picking just the right songs for the right audience.  Our ever-expanding repertoire includes the 50s-60s iconic rockers, jukebox classics, super hits of the 70s, those awesome eighties, and everything else in between.

Nu Jack CIty.

We are your #1 Americana Party band. We perform all your greatest hits – MOTOWN SOUL RNB n country.

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Sunday, September 24th— Featured Valleyfest Events

Located at Mirabeau Point Park

Spokane All City Jazz.

Spokane All-City Jazz Ensembles is a local educational organization led by jazz educators and performers to teach the joy of jazz to high school and middle school students.  SAJE was established in 2003 and has helped hundreds of students to develop their skills as jazz soloists.  Students perform in small group jazz combos with the help of their coaches and receive seasonal workshops from out-of-town, sometimes famous or iconic guest artists through Imagine Jazz.

Indian Dancers.

Come watch and learn Bollywood Dance demo by the Indian Youth Club of Spokane at 12:00 PM on Sunday, Sept 24th

Cheryl Branz.

Cheryl was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has paid her musical dues through years in school choirs, community choirs, church choirs, a cappella choirs, musicals, performing for weddings and funerals, and even singing backup in a band. She holds a Vocal Performance Music Minor from the University of Northern Colorado.

Filipino American NW Association.

We’re a community of Filipino Americans in the Northwest, dedicated to better communication and connection to fellow Asian Americans. Join us to celebrate Filipino culture, engage in discussions, network, and support one another. Let’s build a strong and united community together!

Mariachi las arguilas.

Mariachi Las Águilas is an EWU music program of students who dedicate their time to learning and performing mariachi music. They provide a cultural home for all those who love mariachi music, by performing on campus and connecting with the broader Hispanic community through performances in Spokane and beyond

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Located at Mirabeau Point Park
Sponsored by: Modern Electric


Jazzercise is a fitness company dedicated to helping people live healthier, happier lives. We believe that working out is about more than looking great—it’s about feeling great! The program fuses dance cardio and strength training into one heart-pounding sweat session. Located at 321 S. Dishman Mica Rd.

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Pamela Benton.

Pamela  Benton is dynamic, versatile, and one of the finest soloists in the Inland Northwest. She is a singer/songwriter, producer, recording engineer, and multi-talented instrumentalist. She will be playing electric violin, lead and rhythm electric guitar, and singing a variety of Pop, Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, and Original music.  Pamela delights audiences wherever she performs.

Spokane Chinese Dance Group.

The Spokane Chinese Dance Group (SCDG) was established more than 20 years ago under the auspices of the Spokane Chinese Association (SCA). The primary objective of the SCDG is to showcase and promote the immense richness, depth, and diversity of Chinese culture through the medium of classical folk dance.


This Coeur d’Alene marimba group has been performing since the 1980s. Although some Coeurimba faces have changed along the way, they play the traditional, upbeat music as the masters taught them and have added some Western pieces that will get your toes tapping and feet moving with the intriguing rhythms.

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Dance Unlimited.

Dance Unlimited has been serving the community for over 40 years. We provide a joyful dance experience and are happy to be a part of this fabulous Spokane Valley artistic collaboration!

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Sponsored by: City of Spokane Valley

Tim Snodgrass.

Tim Snodgrass on guitar; vocals featuring Dave Olson on congas. Performing hit songs we think you’ll really like!

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Tamarack Ridge Band.

Best Band & Best Artist CDA Press 2023
A Canadian music group, that finds its inspiration in traditional themes.

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