Thrown-Out Bones
Sun Mar 24

Thrown-Out Bones

with Melissa & McKinney

DATE: Sunday, March 24, 2024
Live on the Indoor Stage
Genre: Blues / Rock
Age Limit: Must be 18 or Older
Free Parking; No Refunds
Price: $10 ADV / $12 DOS
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Thrown-Out Bones is coming to the Indoor Stage at Salvage Station on Sunday, March 24th, 2024, with Melissa & McKinney opening the show! Doors open at 6PM and the music starts at 7PM. This is a General Admission, 18+ show. FREE PARKING!

Root Down will be serving their delicious twist on Southern Soul food! 

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About Thrown-Out Bones:

With seven cross-country tours under their belt, it’s no wonder every song and performance by SF-based trio Thrown-Out Bones invokes a spirit of adventure. Lead singer/drummer powerhouse Liliana Urbain fronts the band with explosive and infectious joy, supported by her middle school bestie Nick Chang on gritty blues rock guitar and fellow high school band nerd Sam Miller on psychedelic and jam-centric bass. After 15+ years of playing together, the group has honed a unique, multi-genre musical language that slides from rock to jazz to funk topped with contemplative improvisation and soaring three-part harmonies. The lyrics themselves traverse surreal whirlwinds of fantasy, insanity, passion, and chaos rooted in a driving search for the truth of being human.

On stage, the synergy between the band is electric, manifesting their signature spontaneity. Whether it be improvising songs about a member of the audience or inviting them onstage to sing for live band karaoke, Thrown-Out Bones rides the power of a live crowd and encourages fans to drive what each show looks and sounds like.

About Melissa & McKinney:

Melissa & McKinney are a local mother/daughter duo passionate about community. They are resident artists with LEAF Global Arts, co-founder of Women to the Front Music Festival, and The One Voice Project.

Melissa is the lead singer of Mama & The Ruckus, a board member of AVLFest, and a small business owner. Recently she advanced to the finals of the International Blues competition in Memphis and was awarded the opportunity to sing at the historic Orpheum Theatre. Melissa just released a new album that will be available on streaming services the first of April.

McKinney fronts her band and also plays bass for local favorites, Andrew Scotchie and Whitney Mongé. McKinney plays Rugby in her spare time and works at The Orange Peel. She teaches guitar and bass and works with youth through LEAF Global. She has new music coming out on March 22.

Melissa & McKinney will be joined by multi-instrumentalist Hinton Edgerton, drummer for Mama & the Ruckus and The Boatmen.


PARKING: DO NOT park along the railroad tracks, bike lanes, or at other businesses along Riverside Drive! YOU WILL BE TOWED! FREE ON-SITE parking is available for this event. 

AGE LIMIT: 18+ only (no exceptions!)

REQUIRED: Shirts + shoes are required at all times while on property (this used to be a salvage yard and can be very dangerous for bare feet). 

FOOD/BEVERAGE: We will have Root Down Kitchen open with options for everyone, so come hungry! Please, no outside food, drinks are allowed into the venue. Multiple full bars will be open with an incredible selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic options. EMPTY water bottles are allowed in an effort to cut down on waste. Remember to reduce, reuse and recycle and LEAVE NO TRACE (aka- put your used items in the proper bins when done). 

BAG POLICY: ALL guests are subject to being searched prior to entry. No large bags or backpacks allowed into the venue. For fastest entry, bring a small, clear bag for your personal belongings. 


-No Pets or Animals

-No camping chairs or blankets

-No firearms, knives, weapons, pepper spray, fireworks, or projectiles of any kind

-No drugs, drug paraphernalia, or illegal substances of any kind

-No personal video cameras, Go-Pros, drones, or lasers

-No professional audio, video, or audio recording equipment – (including detachable lenses, tripods, zooms, or commercial use rigs) without proper credentials

-No inflatables

-No tents or easy-ups

-No frisbees, hula hoops, or balls

Check out our FAQ page here to learn more.

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