June in Spokane all leads up to Hoopfest, the world’s premier 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Over 250,000 people gather in the city to ball out, pig out and enjoy Spokane. Hoopfest has been an annual event since 1990 and has grown from a small community event to a grand celebration of basketball, athleticism, competition and the Spokane community. This event thrives because of the hardworking event staff, volunteers, shopkeepers and of course, the hoopers throwing down in the paint. Hoopfest is on June 30 and July 1.
During the course of the weekend, over 6,000 teams will compete in 14,000 basketball games will be played on 450 basketball courts over the span of 45 city blocks. Through the weekend over $40 million dollars will be funneled through local businesses. Hoopfest provides a fun and competitive atmosphere for people to enjoy and a vital boost for Spokane’s economy. Hoopfest profits also help build youth basketball courts around the city, fund the AAU youth basketball league, and Ignite Basketball community outreach program.
“Paired with a dynamic downtown festival, Spokane Hoopfest transcends basketball through the celebration of athleticism, fair play and community involvement” SpokaneHoopfest.net
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