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Spring Radiothon 2017: Event Schedule

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Monday, May 1, 2017 5:00:00 PM

  

When:Saturday, June 3, 11:00 AM to Midnight
Where:   Alley's Alehouse -- 13825 Britton Park Rd, Fishers, IN 46038 (Map)
What:
  • 12 Hour Live Radio Broadcast
  • 18 Live Acts on Two Stages
  • Great Food and Drink Specials
  • Contests and Prizes
How Much:   Name your price by making a contribution to the donation jar at the event or using the on-line payment form below.

Spring Radiothon 2017

Event Schedule

The actual scehdule is somewhat fluid and is likely to continually shift, even on the day of the marathon -- this isn't our first cat rodeo. If you're hoping to catch a particular guest, we definitely recommend that you check this page regularly and consider it the official source for what's going on.

Return to the Radiothon main page ...

10:00 AM Broadcast Kickoff and Pre-Game!
10:30 AM Pres Maxson (Acoustic Stage)
11:00 AM Ben Myers (Acoustic Stage)
11:30 AM Jeff DeHerdt (Acoustic Stage)
12:30 PM Whoa!Tiger (Main Stage)
1:15 AM Chad Mills (Acoustic Stage)
1:45 PM Autumn Androids (Main Stage)
2:30 PM Chris Wilson (Acoustic Stage)
3:00 PM The Sliding Glass (Main Stage)
3:45 PM Alex Franc (Acoustic Stage)
4:15 PM Jason Andrew Brown (Main Stage)
5:00 PM Mark Proctor (Acoustic Stage)
5:30 PM Tied to Tigers (Main Stage)
6:15 PM Brittny Kasprzyk (Acoustic Stage)
6:45 PM The Jeremy Vogt Band (Main Stage)
7:30 PM Jeff Byrd (Acoustic Stage)
8:00 PM The Bobbie Morrone Trio (Main Stage)
8:45 PM Zene (Acoustic Stage)
9:15 PM Awake the Wilde (Main Stage)
10:00 PM Cole Woodruff (Acoustic Stage)
10:30 PM Minute Details (Main Stage)


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