Can’t get enough basketball over Hoopfest weekend? Even if you’re not a champion on the 3on3 courts, our contests give you an opportunity to compete against other Hoopfesters to be crowned champion. Whether you are a high flyer, elite shooter or Granny Shot extroadinare, the Hoopfest contests have a spot just for you!
Only the most talented (or luckiest) long-range shooter will make it through the qualifying rounds to the Toyota Shootoff at Hoopfest. Must be 18 years of age to participate. Complete rules and regulations will be available at the Toyota Shootoff courts.
$10 for 3 shots
The Rodda Paint Contest Zone will now be on Spokane Falls Blvd & Wall (the Skate Ribbon). Hoopfest 2023 has three different challenges for hoopers to show off their skills: Free Throw, Three Point and a Hot Shot Competition. Contestants will be split up into three different age groups: Adult, High School and Youth. You could have a shot at winning an Xbox One, an iPad, an official Hoopfest 2023 game ball and gift cards to the Hoopfest Store!
$5 to participate
The Slam Dunk Competition presented by MultiCare Health System takes place at Northern Quest Center Court. You don’t want to miss some of Hoopfest’s best athletes fly! If you’re wanting to participate in the Slam Dunk Competition, sign up at Northern Quest Center Court before the qualifying round begins on Saturday.
$10 to participate
Our Gesa Credit Union High School Elite Center Court and Northern Quest Center Court are home to impressive hoops! Competition on these courts rises to an elite level that is entertaining for all Hoopfesters. If you’re wanting to watch a competitive game or catch another exciting element during Hoopfest weekend, head to one of these center courts!
Located at the Central Plaza in Riverfront Park, the Gesa Credit Union Elite Center Court is the place to watch rising stars from the region compete. Stick around between games for fun contests and prizes!
Northern Quest Center Court is the place to be for a true taste of Hoopfest action. This is where some of the worl’ds most talented hoopers come to show what makes them the best. Northern Quest Center Court is where you go to catch former college stars, local legends, National Champions, and slam dunk extraordinaires. You can find the Northern Quest Center Court located in teh U.S. Pavillion in Riverfront Park.
Charlie Butts has been playing the National Anthem on saxophone at sporting events since 1996. He is best known for the R&B dance band Charlie Butts and the Filter Tips, for which he was elected to the Inland Empire Blues Society Hall of Fame.
From singing in a motorcycle ministry geared toward outlaws within her family’s home church as a child, Angela continues to sing on worship teams. Currently she is serving at Spokane First Church of the Nazarene. Angela spent 7 years singing in a Christian Rock band known as, “The Stand”, and for the last year and a half she has co-lead within a working band performing classic rock around the Spokane and North Idaho area known as, “Haze”. Angela’s preferred style of music is Gospel Blues. She has even written a few originals. Some favorite music artists of hers is Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Lauren Daigle, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Elevation Worship, and We The Kingdom.