Wednesday, May 29, 2013

VOLUME: How we're giving back this year

Posted By on Wed, May 29, 2013 at 11:28 AM


It's go time, people.

Today and tomorrow are your last days to get passes to the festival on the cheap. Wristbands for both Friday and Saturday are $17 and single-day wristbands are $10. But starting Friday, two-day wristbands won't be available and single day passes will be $15, plus you won't be able to buy online. It just makes sense to snag a pass now. You can do so here or in person at Inlander HQ (9 S. Washington St., 4th floor). If you've purchased a wristband or you buy one today or tomorrow, we won't have them available for pickup until Friday. You must get your wristband(s) Friday or Saturday between 4 and 8 pm in the lobby of the Hutton Building (9 S. Washington). We wouldn't want you to drive over here and plug a meter today or tomorrow just to leave our office empty handed.

And when you shell out that cash for your wristbands, know that you're not only getting access to 76 acts at eight awesome venues over two nights. You're also helping Habitat for Humanity-Spokane, which will receive a portion of the festival's proceeds. Since 1987, Habitat for Humanity-Spokane has served more than 630 families through new construction, empowerment and other housing solutions. The organization is an ecumenical Christian ministry that brings the community together to build safe, healthy affordable housing for people in need. To learn more about Habitat for Humanity-Spokane or to donate to the cause, find them online here.

Once you've got your passes, check out all the bands here, our Bands to Watch winners here and start planning out your weekend with the schedule-maker right here

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Heidi Groover is a staff writer at the Inlander, where she covers city government and drug policy. On the job, she's spent time with prostitutes, "street kids," marriage equality advocates and the family of a 16-year-old organ donor...