Turning Up Volume 

Thousands turn out for the Inlander's two-day music festival

Music. Community. Downtown. The Inlander has been putting on Volume in one form or another for five years now, and we're proud of how it's grown, and also what it seeks to do: Building community through music and art, supporting local…

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