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This event is General Admission Standing Room Only on the Floor, and Reserved Seated in the Balcony.


Built to Spill is an indie rock band from Boise, ID, formed in 1992 by guitarist/vocalist Doug Martsch.

In 2024 they celebrate 30 years of "There's’ Nothing Wrong with Love, their second full-length album, performing it in its entirely. 

For this celebration tour the band also brings the recording’s original cello player, John McMahon.

Known as well for their rotating line up, Built to Spill currently counts with Melanie Radford on bass and Teresa Esguerra on drums.

Links: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify


Kicking Giant is a minimalist indie punk band comprised of guitarist Tae Won Yu and drummer Rachel Carns. Formed in 1990 in New York City, they relocated to Olympia, Washington in 1992 after playing the International Pop Underground Convention the previous year. DIY hardliners, they released three cassette-only albums between 1990 and 1992, followed by a full-length album, Alien i.D. on K Records in 1994. Kicking Giant’s sound was characterized by the pairs’ minimal instrumentation and impassioned live performances. Practicing a collage-like aesthetic, their style remained open-ended throughout their career, borrowing from a range of influences that included avant-garde noise, abstract power pop, girl groups, garage rock and spoken word. After an extended hiatus they have reformed intermittently since 2013. In 2017 Drawing Room Records issued Halo, a 2-record set compilation culled from the band’s cassette albums to wide acclaim.

Links: Official Website | Spotify