Blizzard Bash 2013 Official Press Release

University Heights, OH—WJCU is proud to announce the return of Blizzard Bash! an annual benefit concert supporting The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland. This year’s Blizzard Bash will be hosted by the Happy Dog on Friday, November 22. Doors open at 9:00 pm, and the show will begin at 9:30 pm.

The musical acts Welshly Arms, So Long, Albatross & We The People will provide the night’s entertainment. A $5 donation to the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland will be collected at the door.

Press coverage is requested at WJCU’s annual holiday fight against hunger, Blizzard Bash 2013!

WJCU would like to thank its promotional partners: The Cleveland Cavaliers; Cleveland Metroparks Zoo; and the Greater Cleveland Aquarium.

WJCU is a noncommercial FM broadcast station owned and operated by John Carroll University, a faith-based institution of higher learning.  With both studio and transmitter facilities located on the JCU campus in University Heights, Ohio, WJCU operates on a 24-hour schedule with an effective radiated power of 2,500 watts at 88.7 MHz.  WJCU’s mission is characterized by delivering unique and diverse radio programming that serves community interests and tastes, while offering an eclectic mix of music, sports, poetry, ethnic, informational, and public service programming not found elsewhere on the dial.  For more information about WJCU contact General Manager Mark Krieger or Station Manager Howard Regal at 216-397-4437. 

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