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Monday, November 5, 2012

Tonight, WHY? will Play the Final Show at the Luminary's Current Location

Posted By on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 1:48 PM

click to enlarge WE'VE HAD SOME GOOD TIMES.
  • We've had some good times.

The Luminary Center for the Arts is moving to Cherokee Street and will thereby expand its size and services to the art community greatly. There's still plenty of work before the McAnallys will be opening their new doors, but tonight they and the rest of the Luminary crew will send off the old space in style with a show by vaunted California hip-hop/rock act WHY? Tickets are $12 (buy 'em here) and this thing starts at 8 p.m.

We'd like to send you to tonight's show. To win, tell us your favorite memory from the Luminary's Rebar Place location, whether it's a show, an art exhibit, a good conversation you had with James or Brea or both or whatever else. You have two hours and, as always, are welcome to enter via Facebook, Twitter or the comments section below. Here are a few of ours, to get you started:

Additional Reading on the Luminary Center for the Arts -The Luminary Signs a Lease for a Trio of Buildings on Cherokee Street -James & Brea McAnally: 2011 Riverfront Times MasterMind Award Winners -Oh, My Landlord! The Luminary Center of the Arts is not a religious organization. -Van Dyke Parks at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 4/5/2012: Review and Setlist -Moonface at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 6/24/12: Review and Setlist -Cloud Nothings at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 7/16/12: Review, Photos and Setlist -Lightning Bolt at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 4/23/11: Review -Zola Jesus at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 2/23/12; Reviews, Photos, Setlist -Of Montreal at the Luminary Center for the Arts, 7/4/11: Review, Photos, Setlist


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