The Freight is Temporarily Closed

last updated: October 16, 2020

[note: this notice supersedes our previous communications about Coronavirus/Covid-19, which are archived herehere and here]

The Freight & Salvage is temporarily closed, we look forward to enjoying many great concerts with you when we reopen. We hope you check out our Freight At Home Live Stream Concerts ( We will keep this page ( updated with the latest information.


When this crisis passes, the need to gather together for outstanding live music will return, stronger than ever. And, when that happens, we want to be ready. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Freight & Salvage today.


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We are working hard to reschedule every show to a new date. Some have already been rescheduled, some will remain postponed until we can secure a new date, and unfortunately some will simply need to be canceled. If you are a ticketholder for one of these shows, we are emailing you with the status of your show.  We hope that ticketholders will come to the rescheduled shows, but when this is not possible, we encourage you to consider an option that helps our non-profit organization continue to thrive and pay artists, such as:

  1. holding on to your ticket until we have a new date scheduled
  2. converting your ticket to a tax-deductible donation to The Freight

Since 3/12/20, 250 people have donated $13,905 in tickets & class registrations back to The Freight. 


At this time, The Freight is not holding any classes onsite. Classes, including Freight Singers, are now available online – visit our Learn to Play page for upcoming classes.

Freighter Tots is available online weekly via Contact Director of Education and Community Engagement PC Muñoz with any questions about classes during this time:

The Freight has long been a haven during challenging times, and now is no exception. We hope to see you when we reopen.

-Freight & Salvage