Spokane Arena, Upcoming Concerts and Events in Spokane Washington

Audio Capabilities

The sound system at the Spokane Arena is a high powered, computer controlled voice and music system capable of multiple pre-programmed system configurations.

The system can be programmed for hockey, basketball, trade shows, concerts, emergencies, or any other uses, and the saved configurations can be recalled at any time. The system is driven by 54 Meyer Sound Lab speakers which provide even coverage throughout the Arena's 6.2 million cubic feet of space in the Arena bowl.

The system is driven by 23 Meyer Sound MSL-4 full range powered cabinets in an exploded cluster configuration. The upper delay ring consists of 19 Meyer UPA-1C full range cabinets. The entire system is augmented by 12 Meyer Sound HP700 subwoofer cabinets that drive the low end energy for the room.

The front of house is equipped with a Yamaha M7CL in the main control room, utilizing Dante technology for content distribution in the arena bowl with endpoints from Focusrite and Yamaha.

The concourse, dressing rooms, and backstage hallways are covered with Bose speakers throughout and the whole system is driven by QSControl.net with QSC Amplification on the back end. This has proven to be an outstanding combination for sound reinforcement needs in the Spokane Arena.

Audio, video, theatrical lights, MAC Vipers, Clay Paky Sharpys, house lights, and LED ribbon board are operated from the A/V Control room located above seating section 122.

This system has proven to be very versatile and is one of the best arena sound systems around!

Video Capabilities

The Spokane Arena Video System features a state-of-the-art OutFront Media 6.7mm LED Display. It demonstrates exceptional color reproduction and the best off-angle viewing available for any LED format. The modular display is 19'6" x 53'.

Please call Casey Booey at 509.279.7000 with any questions that you may have about our Videowall.

  • Video is operated from the A/V Control room located above seating Section 122.
  • We feature comprehensive in-house A/V Hi-Def Production services.
  • Available complete support packages include: supplying, broadcast experienced direction, graphics & logos, camera crews, equipment and accessories.
  • (2) Broadcast Pix Granite Switchers, Spyder, Christie Digital X20 16x8 Video Processor / Matrix Switcher, Panasonic, JVC, Click Effects.
  • Playback only formats include: DVCAM/Mini DV, Betacam-SP, DVD & Blu-Ray for Hi-Def content.

TV production trucks are able to park within the loading dock marshaling area. Easy access to 50 AMP single phase receptacles and 200 AMP 3 ph service panels with lugs for bare wire tie-in. Satellite trucks have clear southern exposure.

We feature the ability to connect by fiber-optic cable to and from Ku band & C band uplink and downlink facilities to reach other broadcast outlets within Spokane, the region and the world.

There are eight camera positions at mid-arena level with easy access cabling. A complete cable tray system exists throughout the event level and connects up to the concourse level.

Our CCTV system provides up to 4 channels of in-house programming and 52 Cable TV channels including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, PAC-12, NHL, CBS College Sports, KHQ-SWX, Fox Sports, College Sports Network, Root Sports, GOLF Network & NBC Sports to over 100 TV monitors throughout the Arena.

General Info

In order to present your event in a professional manner, please send all logos, graphics and video tape material to the Arena at least 5 days prior to your event. Please feel free to contact the Casey Booey at 509.279.7000 if you have any questions or need additional information or suggestions as to how the Arena's Technical Department can best benefit your event.

Outdoor Marquees

Included in a Spokane Arena rental is a highly visible, color LED located on the corner of Boone Avenue and Washington Street to help identify your event.

350° LCD Ribbon Board

The 350° color LCD ribbon board, which is mounted on the fascia of the Spokane Arena bowl, is capable of displaying text messages, video animation, logos, scores and statistics.