Attention local nonprofits! The deadline for submitting your application for the remaining 2014 cycle of KEXP’s Community Partnership Program is today, Friday, February 7th. Started in 2006, KEXP’s Community Partnership Program provides small Puget Sound charitable organizations with the exposure they need to continue helping people in and around Seattle. We are currently accepting proposals from qualified non-profits with an annual operating budget of $2 million or less.
If chosen, your non-profit will receive on-air and online promotion from KEXP throughout the month and, best of all, an exclusive benefit concert featuring local KEXP artists, with a portion of proceeds from the show going to help your charity’s mission.
Visit KEXP.ORG today for more information — and good luck!
This Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14th, show your love for KEXP’s Community Partnerships Initiative by attending our benefit show for Jumpstart Seattle, featuring XVIII Eyes, Fox and the Law, and SEACATS.
If Waxwing broke up in 2003, then what are they doing playing live at KEXP? Let’s put this query aside for now –- for, why question the good fortune of hearing the Seattle band, which first got together in 1996, play again? Waxwing, who last released an album in 2002 (but whose members have relea...
Tomorrow night at Barboza, Audioasis presents Gibraltar, Dust Moth, and Wishbeard as part of KEXP’s Community Partnerships Initiative, a concert series that highlights and raises money for a local non-profit. This concert also marks the release of Wishbeard EP.