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Concert photos: Pokey LaFarge at The Stage at KDHX, Saturday, January 18

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Having recently moved into a new state of the art building located in the heart of the Grand Center Arts District, KDHX hosted a welcoming gathering to share in the celebration of the station's landmark achievement.

Hometown songster Pokey LaFarge and his band supplied the entertainment for nearly 150 loyal supporters at The Stage. LaFarge and crew held the room's attention with a polished set of songs, intertwined with stories and anecdotes that made the crowd feel as though they were watching an old friend.

For those in attendance, the energy and enthusiasm of this exciting night was in full force. Supporters got a behind the scenes tour of the new radio station, saw the first live performance on the new Stage, mingled with friends and strangers in the Magnolia Café, talked with DJs and radio show hosts, and got to watch a well-known local band put on an intimate performance.

It certainly was a fitting evening to welcome KDHX to their new neighborhood.

Tickets to this exclusive first concert were awarded to Kickstarter backers of The Stage donating at a particular level.

Photos by Nate Burrell

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