The Campaign For KEXP's New Home

Breaking New Ground Together

Hundreds of new artists like Macklemore were heard first on KEXP. More people will discover more music in KEXP’s New Home.


More Music, More Discoveries

KEXP’s New Home is designed specifically to reach more music lovers, break down barriers between listeners and their favorite artists, and make it even easier to share new music and experiences with KEXP Community members all over the world.

Shovels and Rope by Matthew ThompsonMore music = more discovery. Music lovers heard artists from Nirvana and Death Cab for Cutie to Shovels & Rope and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis on KEXP first. KEXP’s new facility will showcase more new music and more firsts.

Fathers Day photobooth Brittney BollayMore interaction between music lovers and KEXP programming staff via a DJ Booth right in the Gathering Space.

Fathers Day 2014 by Brady HarveyMore access to live music. KEXP’s 400+ in-studio performances will be open to the public for the first time. Flexible indoor and outdoor spaces will accommodate more live music and community activities.

Charles Bradley green room by Morgen SchulerVisiting musicians who feel and sound better than ever after visiting our Artists Oasis.

Kid Koala Michele Myers by Dave LichtermanNew opportunities to learn. Our 4,500 square-foot Gathering Space offers a centrally-located venue to host educational programs for partner organization.

Duff Library by Dagmar Sieglinde PattersonMore fabulous sounds of the Pacific Northwest, thanks to an expanded library with room for all our physical and digital assets, including KEXP’s one-of-a-kind local music collection.

Kaylee Cole Free Yr Radio by Jill Rachel EvansMore collaboration. New partnerships and education opportunities with Seattle Center neighbors like Vera Project, EMP, and Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).

CATM crowd by Christopher NelsonA revitalized Lower Queen Anne neighborhood with a new pedestrian thruway between 1st Avenue North and Seattle Center.

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(Photos: Matthew Thompson, Brady Harvey, David Lichterman, Jill Rachel Evans, Brittney Bollay, Morgen Schuler, Dagmar Sieglinde Patterson, Christopher Nelson)