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Slam Special: Concerts

The Slam does concerts right. (Chloe Rambo)
The Slam does concerts right. (Chloe Rambo)

We've got live music up the wa-zoo here in Spokane, (gotta take advantage of the great venues, right?!) So here's an update on the shows hitting our area as (photo taken outside Brused Books...)

Carnifex - Tues. March 24
Performing with The Skies Burn Black, We Are Devastation, If We Live, and more at The Empyrean Coffeehouse. The show starts at 6 pm...but at the Empyrean the par-TAY never stops. :).

Plain White T's - Wed. March 25
These guys are ready to bust the roof off of Spokane's Knitting Factory. Kicking with openers' Vedera and Danger Radio, the shows starts at 6 pm.  (Check out the PWT's website here, Plainwhitet' )

Burning Twilight - Wed. March 25
Now I'm pretty sure that this show doesn't have anything to do with Bella, Edward, or vampires...but it IS Burning Twilight's first AllAges show. So show some love at The Empyrean at 6 pm.

AND - a little sidenote. Seeing as TODAY is the 24th, do you know what that means? 1 MONTH UNTIL DEATH CAB FOR CUTE @ McCarthey!! Just had to share my excitement...

What concert are YOU most likely to hit? Any additions to the list for this week? *(Anyone know where I can get some Death Cab tickets?!)* ha..

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