Seattle’s amazing radio station KEXP 90.3FM is doing their first ever remote broadcast from the Bay Area on Jan. 28, 29 and 30. This comes after the Bay Area won their “City-to-City Challenge” during their last fundraising drive. The DJs will be broadcasting from a studio in Berkeley, and bringing the Bay Area some great events and music in the process.
The first exciting event is a series of live in-studio sessions. These sessions are free and open to the public, but you must RSVP on their website and they’re already filling up fast! Sessions that remain available are:
Sessions with John Vanderslice, Amon Tobin, Chuck Prophet and Fruit Bats are already full. If you can’t make it out, definitely tune in to their live stream on their website during these times (full schedule is available here).
Also, KEXP DJs, staff and volunteers will be taking over the Make-Out Room on Thursday, Jan. 29, at 9pm. KEXP DJs Kevin Cole and Cheryl Waters will be spinning, and you’re sure to meet some great people. The show starts at 9pm and is free.
In case you aren’t familiar with this great radio station, check out their official bio:
KEXP Radio is an influential, innovative non-commercial music radio station based in Seattle, supported by its membership of contributing listeners. KEXP programs a wide and deep mix of music spanning multiple genres, including alternative rock, electronic, hip-hop, roots, country, world, blues and in-depth specialty programs. Listeners enjoy this non-commercial service at 90.3FM in Seattle, and throughout the world at kexp.org.