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919 W. Sprague Ave - Spokane, WA

Shakey Graves, Atta Boy
Knitting Factory - Spokane
919 W. Sprague Avenue - Spokane, WA 99201
Sat August 10 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm)
All Ages
$35.00 - $65.00 Tickets
Please note: There is a delivery delay in place for this event. Tickets will be emailed 5 days prior to the show.

Introducing 21 + Reserved Table Seating!
Knitting Factory is excited to offer 21+ Reserved Table Seating. As Table Seating is new to all of us, we wanted to make sure that ticket holders understand that seats are sold individually. Each table seats 4 and will be shared with all other individual ticket holders. Must be 21+. Includes dedicated cocktail server.
Knitting Factory Reserved Table Seating Chart 



Shakey Graves

Across his career, Shakey Graves — a.k.a. the performance moniker of Austin, Texas-born Alejandro Rose-
Garcia — has intentionally created thrilling musical adventures tailored to each fan: burning CDs and putting
them in personalized decorated bags; building intricate scavenger hunts that send fans in search of unique
tapes; and Bandcamp-exclusive releases.

"The fans and musicians that really resonate with me — and the inexplicable ways that I find things that I like
— are usually entirely through randomness and chaos and accident," Rose-Garcia says. "I've always been on
this quest to make people feel like my own music is a choose your own adventure."

As Rose-Garcia releases his new Shakey Graves album Movie of the Week — a collection of songs whittled
down from epic-length recording sessions — he has devised one of his most innovative musical adventures
yet. "For the album release, I'm setting up a website," he says. "On this website, there will be a way to shuffle a
collection of alternate tracks and unique songs from the sessions in seemingly infinite combinations to create
new albums." Thanks to this cutting-edge technology, fans will be able to own this alternate version and do
whatever they want with it — giving them control over the destiny of the music.

"Imagination really is the tool," Rose-Garcia says. "The point is to make and create something yourself. Any
way that I can allow people to apply their imagination over my music — and allow them to sculpt it using their
own prompts — will let them create something new."

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