Spokane Doesn't Suck

People think Spokane sucks. They're wrong.

Hey guys.

Thanks to all of you who entered to win a Spokane Doesn’t Suck print. We really appreciate your interest and your willingness to spread the word.

Watch the video to see who won. If you’re the lucky winner, message us by “asking” or “submitting” or whatever and we’ll be in touch with how to get you your print of choice.

If you didn’t win, but you still want one, send an email to spokanedoesntsuck@gmail.com and you can purchase a single print for $25, or two prints for $40. These make great gifts for yourself or your friends.

Thanks again for everyone who participated.

- SDS

If you were at Terrain you probably caught a glimpse of these beauties. Or maybe you saw them on social media the next morning. Either way, they exist, some survived Terrain, and now you can win one.
Just reblog this photo, use the hashtag #spokanedoesntsuck, and you’ll automatically be entered to win the poster of your choice. Winner will be announced on Friday, October 17, 2014.
And if you just can’t wait, prints are available for sale! $25 for one or $40 for two. Get them while they last. Might be nice on your wall, or a nice gift for someone else’s wall. Email spokanedoesntsuck@gmail.com to place orders while they last.
Oh, and that blue ink… it glows in the dark.
Good luck!

If you were at Terrain you probably caught a glimpse of these beauties. Or maybe you saw them on social media the next morning. Either way, they exist, some survived Terrain, and now you can win one.

Just reblog this photo, use the hashtag #spokanedoesntsuck, and you’ll automatically be entered to win the poster of your choice. Winner will be announced on Friday, October 17, 2014.

And if you just can’t wait, prints are available for sale! $25 for one or $40 for two. Get them while they last. Might be nice on your wall, or a nice gift for someone else’s wall. Email spokanedoesntsuck@gmail.com to place orders while they last.

Oh, and that blue ink… it glows in the dark.

Good luck!

It’s finally here. Spokane’s best night. Terrain is this Friday!!!

Free? Yes.

All ages? Yes. 

255 pieces of art, 142 artists, 10 bands. 

This year’s event will be held in a (rad) new space, the Washington Cracker Co. Building downtown. 

Terrain is easily one of the least sucky events that Spokane puts on each year. Don’t miss it. You’ll be sad if you do. 

More info on facebook at http://bit.ly/Terrain7

It’s finally here. Spokane’s best night. Terrain is this Friday!!!

Free? Yes.

All ages? Yes.

255 pieces of art, 142 artists, 10 bands.

This year’s event will be held in a (rad) new space, the Washington Cracker Co. Building downtown.

Terrain is easily one of the least sucky events that Spokane puts on each year. Don’t miss it. You’ll be sad if you do.

More info on facebook at http://bit.ly/Terrain7

The number of amazing local artists Spokane boasts continues to amaze us. Tonight you’ll have an opportunity to get a glimpse at what we mean.

This evening, stop by The Bartlett sometime between 5pm-9pm to see the work that over 25 local artists put together for this weekend’s upcoming bonanza, Bartfest.

Free to look, $10 to buy posters, and all the benefits go to the Songs for Kids Foundation.

While you’re there you can buy both full-weekend and day passes to Bartfest, which will certainly not suck.

One of the reasons Spokane doesn’t suck is its remarkably good local music scene. One of the bands that plays a big role in that is Mama Doll, who is releasing their first album tonight at The Bartlett.
There are still some tickets available at the door, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the show sells out, so swing by and get your tickets this afternoon or show up early and grab a drink.
All ages, $12, supporting local artists, having a great night. Who’s in?

One of the reasons Spokane doesn’t suck is its remarkably good local music scene. One of the bands that plays a big role in that is Mama Doll, who is releasing their first album tonight at The Bartlett.

There are still some tickets available at the door, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the show sells out, so swing by and get your tickets this afternoon or show up early and grab a drink.

All ages, $12, supporting local artists, having a great night. Who’s in?

If we only had one night to convince a Spokane nay-sayer that Spokane doesn’t suck, we’d take them to Terrain. It is the least sucky, single-night event Spokane offers each year. It’s a top-notch multimedia art and music event whose submissions come entirely from local artists.
If you want to have your work featured in Spokane’s best art show, you have exactly 24 hours as of the time of this posting to submit you work for consideration.
You can submit up to 10 pieces of art, and they’re due at midnight. Don’t act like we never told you.
http://submit.terrainspokane.com

If we only had one night to convince a Spokane nay-sayer that Spokane doesn’t suck, we’d take them to Terrain. It is the least sucky, single-night event Spokane offers each year. It’s a top-notch multimedia art and music event whose submissions come entirely from local artists.

If you want to have your work featured in Spokane’s best art show, you have exactly 24 hours as of the time of this posting to submit you work for consideration.

You can submit up to 10 pieces of art, and they’re due at midnight. Don’t act like we never told you.

http://submit.terrainspokane.com

Last night we posted about how awesome Spokane summers are, and tonight has to capacity to be one of your best night of the summer. Start out at the Perry Street Fair, then shoot downtown for the Songs for Kids benefit show at The Bartlett.
Songs for Kids is a non profit that doesn’t suck and, in their words, “work[s] year-round to bring music to children’s hospitals and special needs camps through live interactive concerts, hospital bedside performances and our Songs For Kids Records songwriting & recording program.”
Between the Perry Street Fair and this Songs for Kids show you can see most of our favorite local bands in one night, all while paying merely what you want, and if you do pay, you’ll be supporting a great cause, which doesn’t suck.

Last night we posted about how awesome Spokane summers are, and tonight has to capacity to be one of your best night of the summer. Start out at the Perry Street Fair, then shoot downtown for the Songs for Kids benefit show at The Bartlett.

Songs for Kids is a non profit that doesn’t suck and, in their words, “work[s] year-round to bring music to children’s hospitals and special needs camps through live interactive concerts, hospital bedside performances and our Songs For Kids Records songwriting & recording program.”

Between the Perry Street Fair and this Songs for Kids show you can see most of our favorite local bands in one night, all while paying merely what you want, and if you do pay, you’ll be supporting a great cause, which doesn’t suck.

Summers in Spokane are the greatest. There is never a shortage of awesome things to do, and this weekend is no exception.
We love this neighborhood, and we loves these bands. This will most certainly not suck. See you there?

Summers in Spokane are the greatest. There is never a shortage of awesome things to do, and this weekend is no exception.

We love this neighborhood, and we loves these bands. This will most certainly not suck. See you there?

We’ll assume that you already know about Terrain, and how nothing about it sucks. Terrain is arguably the single best event Spokane has to offer each year. Well… the folks who have brought you Terrain for the past 6 years are bringing you a day-long event TODAY in the heart of downtown.

Over 50 booths of goods from local artists and artisans, with live music all day long, all ages, and free.

It’s on the corner of Main and Wall. Right across the street from Madeleine’s, which also doesn’t suck.

So stop by! Shop local. It’s going to be a great time. And while you’re down there stop by Huntington Park, because it really doesn’t suck.