A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS / SCRAWL will headline STUDIO-A-RAMA 2011 on SATURDAY SEPT 10
WRUW's 30th annual Studio-A-Rama - Studio-A-Rama XXX - will be held on Saturday September 10th and will feature A Place To Bury Strangers (from NYC) w/ special guest Scrawl!
In addition to A Place To Bury Strangers (@10:30PM) and Scrawl (@ 9PM), Studio-A-Rama as presents the following local/regional support bands:
This Moment In Black History (@ 8PM)
Ohio Civil War
The Modulated Tones
SSBB (Screaming Smoldering Butt Bitches)
Lionel Jefferson Airplane
As always, the show is free and open to the public. The entire concert will be simulcast on 91.1FM, WRUW's 15,000 Watt air signal, and webcast at wruw.org. But of course we'd rather have you down here in person, so you can be part of the show. We encourage you to make a day of it - food, beverages, blankets, pets, are all allowed to be brought in (no glass bottles please!) and you may exit and re-enter as often as you like.
The event starts at 2:00PM on Saturday Sept 10, in the Mather Memorial Courtyard on the campus of Case Western Reserve University, with Scrawl playing at 9:00PM, and A Place To Bury Strangers headlining at 10:30PM. The Mather Memorial bldg is the home of WRUW 91.1FM, and is located at the corner of Ford and Bellflower Roads, one block north of the Mayfield/Euclid intersection, in University Circle. The address is 11220 Bellflower Rd
Studio-A-Rama is WRUW's annual free outdoor rock concert, designed to thank listeners for their ongoing support throughout the year, and especially during WRUW's annual telethon. An enthusiastic audience response during the annual on-air fundraiser enables WRUW to continue hosting Studio-A-Rama as well as support local music and live music. Studio-A-Rama is one part of WRUW-FM's commitment to broadcasting local bands live. The "Live From Cleveland" show broadcasts bands from the WRUW-FM studios every Thursday evening from 10 until 11pm, and WRUW also simulcasts the live music from the main stage of the annual Hessler St. Fair and the Cleveland Institude of Art's "Summer Solstice" event.