March 16, Post Defiance and The Warehouse are delighted to host a house show that shouldn’t be missed, a fitting expression of our mutual love of Tacoma culture and our desire to share and promote it.Read article
There are a lot of fractured reflections in Grace Sullivan’s debut EP as Apartment Lights. “The White River” is an album composed of three songs that emerged from restorative moments in the natural world.Read article
Tacoma’s summer stage was set—fathomless blue sky slowly melting toward the West into a cocktail of red and orange. The perfect backdrop for a live performance.
Earlier this month, locals gathered in the historic lobby of the Pantages Theater, downing libations and little bites before being breezed away via shuttle to two different house shows presented by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts.Read article
I have my fingers crossed that the rest of the world will, like me, uncover and immediately love singer/songwriter/Valhalla coffee-roaster Colin Scott Reynolds.
The unassuming bearer of an unexpectedly mellifluous and powerful voice, Colin’s performances are local treats that must be experienced.Read article
Five nights, three venues, and over thirty bands – all for you at the Squeak and Squawk Festival, Tacoma!
Sunday’s show at The Space (729 Court C) features Peter Wolf Crier, Birds + Batteries, and Goldfinch.Read article