Local indie rock band American Basswood started when the members were in high school, but now have their second album out, toured over state lines and held a release show at the Aquadome. American Basswood […]
It was another busy week in Barnett Hall and Kirksville in general. Things were bustling in the KTRM offices, local business owners were leaving, some physical plant workers swept up a pile of sticks at […]
After three years of Filmmaker’s Club trying to complete a project, the members finally produced a movie and hope to continue making a movie every semester. The Filmmaker’s Club will be showing its original short […]
Event: Tom Thumb Art Festival When: April 15-16, 2016 Location: The Aquadome, 120 S Main St., Kirksville, MO 63501 Who: Art enthusiasts Cost: Free Take part is a longstanding tradition by attending the Tom Thumb […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kirksville’s music venue, the Aquadome, can now take the necessary steps toward becoming a nonprofit organization. With the help of a concert fundraiser Jan. 16, the Aquadome raised enough to pay the $400 fee to file a 501(c)3, which is […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Join Stephanie Best and Aerin Johnson for our first broadcast of the semester! Tonight we give you the latest on the Student Union Building fire, plus, see how future plans with Kraft Foods will affect […]
[easingsliderpro id=”23″] Although the Aquadome still is searching for a permanent venue, the organization has had high turnout for its events. Last semester, the Aquadome continued to host events for the community at various alternative […]
The Aquadome’s former venue was demolished last Thursday. The building, located at the 100 block of N. Main St., was part of the Cochran Building. The building was condemned last summer after heavy rains caused […]
Restaurant co-owners started an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in order to raise money to stay in business. To stay in business, the Downtown Cafe created an Indiegogo campaign Sept. 11 that will last until October with […]
The Aquadome will spend the fall semester organizing house shows in local residences and events at local businesses after its former venue at 121 N. Main St. was condemned.
The Aquadome first notified the community of the venue change June 22. Aquadome Webmaster senior Jake Hurst says members of the Aquadome’s executive board first noticed insulation was coming down after a period of heavy rain. The problem was worsened by more rain throughout the following days, which Hurst says eventually led to the venue being condemned.
“We looked for a place to start up this fall but we couldn’t find anywhere that worked,” Hurst says. “So this semester we’re trying to hash out work with other businesses to see if we can have shows there. Basically, anywhere that we can [we’ll try to] have a house show, anywhere that will take us.”
Hurst says the search for a new venue will allow Aquadome volunteers to work in ways they have not thought of before. Hurst says rather than the Aquadome being a physical place, it has become an idea to build community and bring art to Kirksville. […]