December 27–29 | Spokane Convention Center
February 8–15 | Eastern Washington University
March 13–15 | Spokane Convention Center
January 18–19 | Mt. Spokane Nordic Ski Park
March 4–7 | Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
January 24–25 | Spokane Convention Center
What makes a sporting event the talk of the town; the priority of the press; the buzz of the boardroom; the darling of the accounting department? In the Spokane, Washington area, it’s record-breaking statistics. Passionate planning. Breathtaking locales. Enthusiastic fans. Character-infused community. Versatile venues. Crowd-drawing details. Simple-as-pie access. And a brilliantly creative and intuitive team behind it all to make sure everyone wins, from the fans and local businesses to the athletes, teams, promoters, and sponsors. Ready to win? We’re ready to help make it happen.
USA Curling’s top event will head to Spokane, Wash., in 2020 marking the first time the Men’s and Women’s National Championships will take place in the Lilac City.
Spokane Sports Commission is dedicated to the long-term growth of sports in our region. With growth, comes the need for a new sports facility. Visit the new Spokane Sportsplex website, hosted in partnership with Spokane Public Facilities District, showing the progress on this important project.
Sports don't just entertain. They improve communities. They drive economies. And no other organization brings sports events to the Inland Northwest like the Spokane Sports Commission. We are a nonprofit coalition of regional government; business and volunteers committed to recruiting and developing sports events. With these events come tourism dollars, entertainment and media attention attracting sports fans from around the world. Business wins. Kids win. Fans win, our region wins.
714 N Iron Bridge Way, Suite 202 | Spokane, WA 99202
509.456.5812 | www.spokanesports.org