KSUT partners with The Point, 99X, for C.E.R.F The Airwaves & On-Air Music Festival benefit
KSUT in partnership with American General Media Presents: C.E.R.F. The Airwaves Online & On-Air Music Festival, April 19-20. This event will benefit the Community Emergency Relief Fund (C.E.R.F) and Four Corners Performing Artist Relief Fund, while providing local entertainment that listeners can enjoy at home.
Rob Webster 6p - 6:30p
Birds of Play 6:30p - 7:30p
Stillhouse Junkies 7:30p - 8p
Caitlin Cannon 8p - 9p
The Ground Beneath 6p - 6:30p
Robby Overfield 6:30p - 7:30p
PJ Moon & The Swappers 7:30p - 8:30p
Devin Scott 8:30p - 9:30p
More about our beneficiaries:
The Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado has activated the Community Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) in response to the COVID-19 virus. CERF, Designated for broad-based community emergencies in Southwest Colorado, was established in 2008 in response to the Season’s Restaurant Fire. CERF has Also been activated for the Gold King Mine spill in 2015, the Adobe Building Fire in Pagosa Springs in 2016, and the 416 Fire in 2018.
The iAM MUSIC Institution has started the Four Corners Performing Artist Relief because of the widespread cancellation of events has had a disproportionate impact on the performing arts community – especially those who rely on gigs to pay their bills. Performing artists’ very existence relies on what they create and people being able to access their work. All money raised will be allocated to qualifying musicians/bands operating within a 100 mile radius of Durango based on overall financial losses from cancelled gigs and events. Funds will be disbursed according to each individual’s level of need as determined by an online application.
Please donate at the following sites:
Thanks to KSUT's sponsor: Durango Mesa Park Foundation