Audiences aren’t yet welcome back at Lucky You Lounge in Browne’s Addition, but owners Karli and Caleb Ingersoll have figured out a way to bring live music back to the venue.
On Tuesday, the pair announced the lineup for the fall series of Live at Lucky You. The series features five virtual concerts, five hosts and 10 artists. Concerts air every other Friday at 8 p.m. beginning Oct. 9.
On Oct. 9, Americana band Trego and singer-songwriter Jenny Anne Mannan will perform. Musician and “Lilac City Live” host Ryan Dean Tucker will host. Viewers also will learn about Terrain, the local arts nonprofit run by Ginger Ewing.
On Oct. 23, soul singer Blake Braley and indie/folk/soul singer Tyler Alai will perform. Poet/comedienne Elissa Ball will host and tell audiences about a new nonprofit called Spectrum Center Spokane, which works to create a safe, intersectional, intergenerational, LGBTQIA2S+ community gathering space.
On Nov. 6, hip-hop artist Jango and soul/hip-hop band Kung Fu Vinyl will perform. Artist Sarah Torres will host the performance and introduce SCAR Spokane, which works to identify and address racial disparities through a variety of community efforts including education, advocacy, research, community engagement, policy impact and challenges to the existing organizations and structures.
On Nov. 20, ethereal/electronic/pop singer Carmen Jane, the subject of our 7 cover feature today, and garage/pop band BaLonely will perform. Steven Herevia, from Wonderfully Made and Out Spokane, will host and share information about a nonprofit that will be announced in the future.
On Dec. 4, soul/pop supergroup Super Sparkle and hip-hop artist T.S. the Solution will perform. Hip-hop enthusiast Yung Crown will perform and introduce audiences to a nonprofit that will be announced in the future.
Tickets are available at luckyyoulounge.veeps.com. Only one ticket is needed per household. Tickets are $10-$20 per show, or a series package costs $40 and includes all five rewatchable livestream concerts.
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