THURS 8/11 // Also Good

Welcome to Indian Country

THURS. 8/11 7:30 PM. $15-20.

In a celebration of Native culture, a five-piece musical ensemble and Washington State Poet Laureate, Rena Priest, combine music and poetry to honor their elders and ancestors.

This Show is Cheaper than Gas: America on Empty at Brave New Workshop

THURS. Starts 8/11 various times. $20-40.

For less money than it takes to fill up your tank, catch a showing of This Show is Cheaper than Gas – America on Empty and take a break from the political horrors of the modern world.

The Shackletons, Saint Small and The Mood Swings at the Turf Club

THURS. 8/11 7:45 PM. $10-12. 21+.

A triple whammy of local bands. The Shackletons, Saint Small and The Mood Swings will bring a mix of indie rock, 70s tunes and fuzzpop to the Turf Club.

Zaq Baker, Getting By and Big Salt at 7th St. Entry

THURS. 8/11 8:30 PM. $10-15. 18+.

The innovative Zaq Baker and his rock/pop pit orchestra, the reverb-filled pop-punk Getting By, and the garage rock/post-punk Big Salt take on 7th St. Entry.

Road House (1989) with pre-movie music set by Trevor McSpadden & Mary Cutrufello

THURS. 8/11 7 PM. $9-12.

Continuing with the Crazy for Swayze retrospective, Road House shows Swayze as a bouncer hired to clean up a rowdy bar. Honky-tonkers Trevor McSpadden and Mary Cutrufello set the mood before the film with some pre-show music.

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