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CLUB HOPPING A GUIDE TO VOLUME’S 11 VENUES THE BARTLETT

228 W. Sprague An intimate all-ages venue next door to nYne with a dialed-in sound system that showcases the best of every performer who takes the stage. Can get a little sweaty when the room’s packed, but there’s a small patio out front if you need to cool off. DURING VOLUME: The schedule features killer singer-songwriters both nights, while Saturday includes Photo Ops, who remind us a lot of Band of Horses in the best of ways.

NYNE BAR & BISTRO

232 W. Sprague An always popular, welcoming venue — calling itself “Spokane’s equality bar” — with high ceilings, efficient staff, big windows and a garage-style glass door that opens to an inviting patio. A nice place to post up for a while or to get some food. Turns into a dance party at the end of the night. DURING VOLUME: Friday’s the place to be for R&B fans with Parisalexa, MistaDC and Allen Stone sitting in with Blake Braley, and Saturday includes local super group Super Sparkle.

MOOTSY’S

406 W. Sprague Spokane’s quintessential dive bar with great beer, devoted regulars and a small stage area that allows you to get up close and personal with performers. Gets packed during the festival, but it’s always the backup to some of the weekend’s most epic moments. Pro tip: Get there early enough and you can set up in the upstairs lounge with a great view of the mayhem below. DURING VOLUME: Friday features some heavier rock and metal, while Saturday closes out with dark electronic music from BITWLF and BLVK CEILING.

THE PIN

412 W. Sprague An expansive second-floor, all-ages venue with a main stage big enough to host some of Volume’s hardest rocking bands and a big bar to keep everyone properly hydrated. DURING VOLUME: Friday is all about rock (starting with Deer, Oh, Rose and closing out with local faves Indian Goat), and Saturday is the place to be for punks and metalheads (with the likes of Gag and The Body).

WASHINGTON CRACKER BUILDING

304 W. Pacific The uber-cool renovated commercial building is home to Overbluff Cellars wine and transforms into one of the hottest all-ages stages come Volume time. An airy patio looks out on the elevated BNSF tracks, and in the basement, when wine and beer aren’t quite enough, there’s Hogwash Whiskey Den. DURING VOLUME: Both nights are stacked with can’t-miss stuff; Friday closes out with headliner electronic act Black Marble (though Froth is going to kill it earlier); Saturday, meanwhile, is the place for hip-hop, start to finish, with Jango closing things out.

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