RTRFM Radiothon Party 2014

RTRFM Radiothon Party 2014

The 2014 Radiothon is taking over four Northbridge venues for an epic pledge drive kick-off.

Perth institution RTRFM is an entirely self-funded enterprise, and each year for 10 days the radio station calls on you, the listeners, to give a little back over the course of a 10-day Radiothon Pledge Drive. One of the many ways you can do it (check HERE for all the details) is simply by attending the 2014 Radiothon Party, going down Friday August 15 across four Northbridge venues - The Bakery, The Bird, Ya Ya's and Flyrite. Each venue hosts four unique line-ups, featuring some of Perth's best and brightest:

THE BAKERY Savoir, Rainy Day Women, Kuka, Davey Craddock & The Spectacles and The Weapon is Sound.

YA YA's - Dream Rimmy, Loners, HAMJAM and Hideous Sun Demon.

 

THE BIRD - Coin Banks, Marksman Lloyd, Kid Tsunami and Empty.

FLYRITE - Sable (woot!), SlumberjackLower Spectrum and RTRFM’s Cloud Waves DJs.

If you subscribe during Radiothon you go in the draw to win some huge prizes including a ten day Gecko Adventures trip for two to Borneo courtesy of Peregrine Travel Centre and Malaysia Airlines; a MacBook Air thanks to matesrates along with a set of AKG Headphones thanks to Headphonic; and the Feature 250 – the entire RTRFM feature album catalogue from the past year. In addition to the daily prizes on offer via the radio.

Head to the RTRFM Website for more details, along with tickets, which range from $15-$25 depending on subscription status, and get you in to all four events, and check out this sweet little video from Perth beat lord NAIK:

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