Bronco-iRadio’s Second Annual iMUSIC FESTIVAL
Bronco-iRadio presents its second Annual iMUSIC FESTIVAL on Saturday, September 21st, from 12-7 p.m. on the campus of Fayetteville State University at the Gazebo area and Hackley Honors Lawn. The iMUSIC FESTIVAL will feature the talents of global independent artists and FSU students, as well as celebrating two years of programming on Bronco-iRadio.com. It is a free, family friendly event that is open to the public. We are expecting 500+ (estimated) in attendance at this outdoor event.
The iMUSIC FESTIVAL will allow independent artists, including FSU student independent artists, a chance to showcase their musical talent in a positive community setting.
The 2nd Annual iMUSIC FESITVAL will feature global independent artist like The Beano Boyz and MARKIE, Emory Anderson, Fitness Diva Sonya D. McRoberts, Young Saint, William Johnson, Shadina, Lea Robinson, Ruth LaOntra, Gillie Da Kid, Zyon Gooden, Khyal, JayBless, G. Torres, Hayat Belly Dancers, Celebrity Photographer A. Duane Jones, Tamara Bubble, Ywada, Jay Pryse, Lotus Sun, Brandon “Rocketman” Willis, Mario Smith, Total Perspective, Marcus Cox, and Chris O. Brian. More artists will be announced.
Video clips from those who participated in the audition process will be posted on our website, www.bronco-iradio.com, where people may view them and vote on their favorite act. The acts with the most votes will get to perform at the 2nd Annual iMUSIC FESTIVAL.
Bronco-iRadio is currently seeking vendors to be a part of the 2nd Annual iMUSIC FESTIVAL. FSU students and on-campus organizations can be a vendor for $25, while off-campus organizations are $50. Perspective vendors must go to www.uncfsu.edu to fill out and submit the forms online.
Bronco-iRadio.com is a student ran internet-based radio station where FSU students learn about the radio broadcasting industry. We provide on-the-job training for students and volunteers interested in the field of radio broadcasting. Students are given access to state of the art equipment where they learn programming, production, sales, marketing, photography, videography, music, and media design. Contributions from the iMUSIC FESTIVAL will allow the station to acquire much needed equipment and upgrade computer applications that will allow us to train and educate students in the Broadcasting field.