Seth Brand, currently Asheville, North Carolina's #1 Americana artist, has been recognized and praised all over the country for his mesmerizing vocals, heartfelt tunes, and raw talent on the strings. His passionate performance, aided by his wife on percussion, is hitting the road for their 2019 Desert Mountain Tour and bringing the sound to Third Place Brewing. If you enjoy a night filled with love, humor, heartbreak, dancing, and a rootsy kind of edge, then Seth Brand is a show not to be missed!
Music has been a crucial part of Kyle Killgore's life since before he can remember. His father, David Killgore was a bass player for all of Kyle's life. However, Kyle didn't begin writing and performing until he was in college. Killgore has made major strides towards his music career, from performing for his empty dorm room and local college bar to opening for acts such as studio single, “Shoulda Kissed You There,” as well as fan favorite, “Hit it in the Morning.” The 5 song EP “Shoulda Kissed You There” was written by Killgore and studio work was done at Magnitude Creative in Wichita, KS.
TPB welcomes Matt Sanders, Folk/Rock Singer/Songwriter out of Tulsa, Oklahoma who has been touring the region for the last two years. Matt is currently promoting his 2017 album TulsAmericana which features Matt and three other very talented musicians (Jake Flint, Chris Blevins & The Great American Wolf). Matt’s musical style is influenced by many different genres: Classic Rock, Grunge Rock and Folk Rock sounds of the Oklahoma/Texas scene.
TPB welcomes the smooth sounds by Raleigh. Raleigh Hinman has lived and played in the Wichita area for over 20 years. He has also played in Lawrence, Canon City, Las Vegas and Seattle, along with regular performances on Stage 5 at Winfield each September. His musical style is a mix of Blues, Folk, Country and American Roots.
Wichita-based engineer, singer and painter Paula Andrea brings ‘Faces of Latin America’, a series of portraits depicting various ethnic groups from Latin America. Originally from New York City and the daughter of Colombian immigrants, cultural diversity and pride in one’s heritage have always played important roles in shaping her life experiences and have become key elements in her art. From familiar faces like Frida Kahlo to lesser known Colombian communities like the Wayuu indigenous people, the collection celebrates the richness of Latin American heritage.
A well-known and much-loved tradition is back! Chili and Cinnamon Rolls, together, at Third Place Brewing. Paired with a TPB craft beer and the music of The Jennifer Byers Project…..PERFECT!!
Chili and Rolls 5:30-8:30 Music 7-10
Third Place Brewing welcomes Aubrey Olson for her first Final Friday showing. When Aubrey takes time out from caring for her 10-month old son and training for the Chisholm Trail Marathon, she enjoys making art. Come enjoy the fruits of her life-long love of art.
“Although ink pen is my favorite, I love all art and do not limit myself to one media. I use colored pencils, charcoal, pastels, water colors and ink pens.” Aubrey Olson
Join us for an evening of jazz and celebration with the McConnell Air Force Base’s 344th Air Refueling Squadron, the Ravens. Help us bring in the New Year with a new beer, CORVUS Black Lager and free pizza.
Third Place Brewing is not only excited, but extremely honored, to celebrate the Ravens from McConnell Air Force Base’s 344th Air Refueling Squadron! On Friday, January 11, Third Place Brewing and the Ravens will be tapping the Corvus Black Lager. The unit has a long, storied history within the Air Force. Initially established as a WWII bombardment squadron, they began their brotherhood under the name “Black Birds” while flying the B-24 Liberator over North Africa and Italy. Toward the end of the war, they transitioned from the B-24 to the B-29 Superfortress, the first bomber to be entirely manufactured in Wichita. In 1986, the “Black Birds” had been officially deemed the “Ravens” as they transitioned to an aerial refueling unit, first flying the KC-10 Extenders then the KC-135 Stratotankers. When choosing a name for the lager, it was unquestionably going to be called “Corvus” – Latin for “Raven.” McConnell AFB’s “Ravens” continue the traditions rooted in rich history and brotherhood, and their stories will carry on as the Unkindness; a gathering of ravens. Come celebrate with us and the Ravens as we welcome in the New Year and a fresh off the ramp, new craft beer in honor of the Ravens – the Corvus Black Lager! Tapping will be January 11 at 6 p.m., with complimentary Knolla’s Pizza with a purchase of beer, and live music that’s sure to keep the party going!
Let the elves at Third Place Brewing wrap your Christmas gifts while you enjoy a nice, cold beer OR a hot apple cider with/without spirits. Wrapping costs $1/package. Bring in a toy to donate to Toys for Tots and receive 2 packages wrapped FREE along with $1 off first pint of beer. Dec 15 & 22; 1-5
Big Read Wichita Brew Tour is coming to Third Place Brewing. Savor the special beer crafted just for the Big Read event (Luli Blonde Ale) and share your thoughts about the featured book, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. Check it out at www.bigreadwichita.org
NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest designed to revitalize the role of literature in American culture and bring the transformative power of literature into the lives of citizens. The Big Read brings together partners across the country to encourage citizens to read for pleasure and enlightenment.
Mara Howes is an aspiring artist who attends Wichita East High School. Creative photography has been her passion for the past six years. This collection of photographs is all about how beautiful it is to be a girl. It will include many portraits of her friends who all have individual stories.