Says the IPRC:

We kind of can’t believe it but the one and only Amanda Palmer will play an intimate solo show at the IPRC, with ALL proceeds benefiting the Center’s mission to promote creative expression, identity and community.

Part performer, part poet, part political raconteur, Amanda Palmer rocks a live show like no other. General Admission gets you a hand pulled letterpress poster commemorating the event and our “Patron Package” includes an informal catered reception with Ms. Palmer and a 3-month membership to the IPRC.

I refuse to budge from my position of profound indifference re: Amanda Palmer. (Plenty of other people have strong feelings about the former Dresden Dolls frontwoman.) I hope the IPRC makes lots of money off of this, the IPRC is great. Tickets are $50; there's a very limited number and they're available here, or you can donate to the IPRC via the Willamette Week's give guide to be entered in a drawing to win tickets.