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March 31, 2016

Rapid City Music Scene Revitalized By New Venues

New venues of various sizes are making it possible for Rapid City to bring back a thriving music scene, reports the Rapid City Journal.

Local venue owners are trying to cultivate the music scene in Rapid City, providing a selection of spaces where up and coming bands can always find an audience. Black Hills Vinyl, The Seed Theater and The Garage can provide spaces for anywhere from 50 to 150 people to enjoy music from local bands and those traveling from the surrounding areas.  From folk music to hip-hop, the venues make sure the music is the attraction, which appeals to musicians more than playing at a bar.

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