1584days since 2012 World Trophy Accordion Championship
Built in 1915 by August Paulsen, originally used as a silent film movie house
In 1988 Metropolitan Mortgage & Securities, owner of The Met has restored this elegantly defined neo-classical theater
Dazzling restoration is meticulous in every detail and incorporates today's highest technical standards without compromising historic integrity
The Bing Crosby Theater seats 744 people with an additional 12 seats that are wheelchair accessible
Completely equipped for all types of performing arts events
Stage, custom stage floor and dressing rooms are available
The Metropolitan Performing Arts Center received the Spokane Arts Commission Annual Arts Award - Business Benefactor Award - 1996
Voted the "Best Live Music Venue" in the Inland Northwest (1998 - 2000) according to polled readers of The Inlander
Theater manager, Michael Smith, received the Spokane Arts Commission Annual Arts Award - Arts Community Leadership Award - 2000
Mitch and Cindy Silver, owners of Silver Collector Car Auctions purchase the Met Theater in the Fall of 2004.
In 2006 a citizens group received Silvers permission to rename the theater to The Bing Crosby Theater.
Senior Classical - 1st Place: $6000 2nd Place: $2000 3rd Place: $1000Junior Classical - 1st Place: $1000 2nd Place: $800 3rd Place: $500Senior Variety - 1st Place: $2000 2nd Place: $1000 3rd Place: $600Junior Variety - 1st Place: $1000 2nd Place: $800 3rd Place: $500National Trophy - 1st Place: $1000 2nd Place: $800 3rd Place: $500Senior Diatonic - 1st Place: $500Junior Diatonic - TBADigital Diatonic - 1st Place: Digital Diatonic Accordion Roland FR - 18 dLivestream Winner: $500
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