KMUW – Wichita Public Radio is celebrating its move to Old Town with a free concert series in the Farm and Art Market Plaza. Wichita’s NPR station is a connoisseur of interesting and excellent music, and this is your chance to see some of it performed live.
- The series kicks off on Saturday, September 26, featuring jazz/experimental music from the William Flynn Trio followed by WSU Student Jazz combos before the concert wraps up with Brazilian choro jazz from A Terra Plana.
- October 3 features Texas soul with the band Roxy Roca, the electrified honky-tonk surf duo of Crushed Out, blues/country/jazz-inspired music from Feral Foster and the country/soul/rock of The Comfort Revue.
- Then, the blues will finish out the season as the Nick Schnebelan Band and The Macy Brothers perform on October 10
Join KMUW and fellow listeners for each performance at 7pm. Plus, following each show, there will be after parties at Barleycorns. Get to know your public radio station by having some free fun this fall.
Host: Your NPR Station, KMUW
What: Old Town Concert Series
Where: Farm and Art Market Plaza in Old Town
When: Saturday, September 26, October 3 and October 10 at 7pm