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Bartlett owners announce plans for a larger concert venue

Five years after Karli and Caleb Ingersoll opened the Bartlett, which quickly became a local favorite amongst fans of live music, the pair has announced plans to open a second, larger venue in Spokane.

As per an email, the Ingersolls have signed a lease on a 10,000-square-foot space.

“We’ve seen a need in the music community for a larger, high quality space and we are ready to make it happen,” the email said.

The main room of the Bartlett is 1200 square feet with a capacity of 150.

At “Kickstart the Bartlett 2.0,” June 28 at the Bartlett, more information about the new venue will be revealed. During the fundraising event, the folks at the Bartlett hope to raise the full $40,000 needed to complete the project.

Bartlett supporters will also have the opportunity to pre-buy future live music experiences, lifetime passes and exclusive mug club offerings.

If you can’t make it to “Kickstart the Bartlett 2.0” but still want to support the new venue, email

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