Concerts


 

 

Concerts @ Indie Air Radio features some of the finest artists in the indie music scene!

 

Considered one of the best listening rooms in Spokane our venue provides an intimate live performance experience and the opportunity to meet with the artist. Seating is limited to 45.

Admission is by fixed donation and the artist receives all admission proceeds. Members, associates and underwriters of Indie Air Radio receive a 20% discount with information available here.

To see who has performed on our concert stage click/tap here.

Musical artists can find booking and more information here.


Raygun Carver: Friday & Saturday, March 29th & 30th, 7:30 – 9:30 pm.

Last year Raygun Carver performed to a nearly sold out house and is thrilled to return to our concert stage! Since his appearance he has released his EP debut MOON FIELDS YAWNING. Supporting Raygun will be bassist Brendan Van Blair. The duos music is heavy on melody and harmony with comparisons drawn between artists such as Beck, Neil Young, Chris Isaak, David Bowie and Elvis Costello. As popular as Raygun’s last appearance was we expect both shows to be well attended!, (read more about Raygun Carver here).

“… a wistful manifestation of a tried and true form of traditional folk art.” (Santa Rosa Records).

“… has easily created a niche for unique and novel music…his artistic fuel puts him in gear to deliver some high concept music.” (Gas Mask Magazine).

“… sounds like a Night in the Desert.” (Salute Magazine).

Seating: Limited to (45). Reserve your seats today. Our concerts do sell out quickly!

Admission: $20 general. Members of Indie Air Radio receive a 20% discount and pay $16, (membership information can be found here).

March 29th Concert: RESERVE YOUR SEAT(S) ON-LINE HERE, (members must be logged-in to receive discount).

March 30th Concert: RESERVE YOUR SEAT(S) ON-LINE HERE, (members must be logged-in to receive discount).

To arrange a different payment option email concerts@indieairradiocom or call 509-879-1871.


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