2024 Music with Reindeer House Concert Series

All performances are Wednesday evening 7-8pm.

We have very little parking, so space is limited and reservations are required. No parking space available? Then walk, run, or bike out and pay when you get here. Please carpool with others.

May 15 – Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis(opens in a new tab) is a group of talented local Fairbanks musicians performing a mix of originals and covers in the styles of Americana, Folk, Pop, and Blues.

May 22 – Alderwall

Alderwall is a band of three longtime Fairbanksans. We play a mix of new and older American roots music including folk,country, blues and rock and roll along with some original tunes.

May 29 – Honeybucket String Band

Hailing from the hills and bogs of Fairbanks, with players from a myriad of musical backgrounds the Honeybucket Stringband focuses on high-mountain harmonies, spirited old-time dance tunes, and a good smattering of songs about dogs. We love the joy that playing music creates, and strive to use our music to foster education and connection in the community around us.

June 5 – West Side Jazz Band

Westside Jazz digs deep into the American Songbook to unearth a mix of Swing, Latin, and Blues.

June 12 – Serevende Marimba Band

Serevende performs energetic music from Zimbabwe in the Shona style, with melodic themes layered in polyrhythmic patterns.

June 19 – Headbolt Heaters

Songwriters, Jeff, Suzanne and TJ make up the Headbolt Heaters. They have been performing in the area for ten years and offer an eclectic blend of original songs with possibly a couple covers tossed in for good measure.

June 26 – The Adlee Demientieff Oracle

The Adlee Demientieff jazz combo is a fusion group designed to bring out the joy of hearing and playing music in Alaska Fairbanks.

July 3 – Carey Seward

Carey Seward is a Fairbanks-based singer-songwriter and rock musician. She lends her jazzy voice to her original songs and cool covers. Seward’s song are about Alaska, love, and the changing seasons. You can also find her working statewide as playwright, stage director, fire dancer and film producer.

July 10 – No Concert (our 20th Anniversary!)

July 17 – Emily Anderson

Like stumbling into a rose garden on a trek through the arctic, listeners of Emily Anderson’s music find themselves helplessly lifted into a world so hauntingly familiar, and yet so enchantingly curious. Alaska grown and LA based, Anderson has recently released a sophomore record, “Salt & Water”. Her single “Gold” was featured in a national Miller Lite campaign and a number of her works have been featured in video games (Calico, The Stars Between Us). Her poignant lyrics and intimate indie soundscapes are akin to Regina Spektor ruminating over coffee with Phoebe Bridgers.

July 24 – Fairbanks Flutist Sextet

The Fairbanks Flutists Sextet will be performing at Running Reindeer in July. Personnel include: Anne Weaver, Bobbi Janiro, Kurt Hunter, Therese Schneider, Dorli McWayne and Rachel Willis.
Their music covers a wide range of styles from classical to swing to folk to flute rap.
The group has been selected to perform at the National Flute Association’s convention in San Antonio in August

July 31 – Carl Addington

Longtime Alaskan Carl Addington plays  an eclectic mix of blues, ragtime, jazz, standards and even some rock and roll.  He’s a fingerstyle picker bringing you everything from Big Mama Thornton to Pink Floyd.

August 7 – Susan Grace

Susan Grace singing some of her homemade songs and favorite folk songs!

August 14 – South Cushman Social Club

South Cushman Social Club was established 20 years ago in a small warehouse on the far fringes of South Cushman street in Fairbanks, Alaska. The club members come from all walks of life and musical backgrounds, but the love of a good groove is central to the club charter. The meetings focus on songs from a wide variety of traditions including, but not limited to blues, folk, latin, jazz, rock, reggae, and metal. Spontaneous dancing and foot tapping routinely breaks out at meetings and a fun time is had by all who love to groove.