Music Walk 2018 kicks off in downtown Coeur d’Alene

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SHAWN GUST/Press file Eric Engerbretson performs classic rock cover songs at Cricket’s Downtown Bar and Grill during a past year’s Music Walk in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Cricket’s is one of 11 venues offering live entertainment Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. when another season of Music Walk begins.

Join the excitement of Music Walk on second Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. in January, February and March. This Friday will kick off the fun as downtown Coeur d’Alene rings with live performances from our talented local musicians, singers and songwriters at 11 venues in the downtown area. A great time to meet up with friends, visit supporting restaurants, businesses and galleries, and hear a diverse sampling of music.

January’s lineup includes: Angela Marie Project at the Human Rights Education Institute, Daniel Mills at Seasons of Coeur d’Alene, Hanna Rebecca at Taphouse Unchained, Ethereal in E at Tomlinson Sotheby’s, Blake Lopez at Coeur d’Alene Fresh, Megan Golden at Emerge, Jacob Maxwell at Arlon Rosenoff Fine Art, Nick Canger at the Doghouse, Kathy Colton and Keanu and Joey at Cricket’s, Mike Elliott at Angel Gallery of Fine Art and Antiques and Eric Henderson at Fine Brewed Cafe.

Supporting venues include the Blackwell Gallery, with a Photo Beijing exhibit by Beth Rich Brown, the works of the late Harold Balazs at The Art Spirit Gallery, and Fire Artisan Pizza.

Music Walk was voted Expedia’s best thing to do in Idaho in 2017. Music Walk is presented by the Coeur d’Alene Arts and Culture Alliance and is sponsored by the Idaho Central Credit Union and funded in part by the Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission.

For a complete listing of Music Walk venues and artists, visit artsandculturecda.org/music-walk.

For information contact the CDA Arts and Culture Alliance at 208-292-1629 or ali@artsandculturecda.org.

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