For two nights, Volume, the Inlander's annual music festival, transformed downtown Spokane

Another Volume Music Festival is in the books, and it sure was a wild weekend. Our ears are still ringing and our necks sore from all that headbanging.

Hundreds of music fans of all stripes flocked to downtown Spokane for back-to-back nights of live shows last week, and more than 80 bands — some touring, others local — hit the stages of venues large and small. If you've never attended, you don't know what you're missing, and hopefully these snapshots of the Volume that was motivate you to join us next year.

Photos By Young Kwak, Erick Doxey And Alicia Hauff

click to enlarge Nat Park & the Tunnels of Love
Nat Park & the Tunnels of Love
click to enlarge Silver Treason
Silver Treason
click to enlarge Meat Sweats
Meat Sweats
click to enlarge Flee the Century
Flee the Century
click to enlarge Maps & Atlases
Maps & Atlases
click to enlarge Super Sparkle
Super Sparkle
click to enlarge Brotha Nature
Brotha Nature

Festival at Sandpoint: Shakey Graves, Tre Burt @ War Memorial Field

Sat., July 31, 7:30 p.m.
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Nathan Weinbender

Nathan Weinbender is the Inlander's Music & Film editor. He is also a film critic for Spokane Public Radio, where he has co-hosted the weekly film review show Movies 101 since 2011.