The Bonnaroo Experience

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Going to a concert in the summer is one thing, but going to Bonnaroo is one experience you’ll never forget. 92-3 WTTS and The Alexander are teaming up to give one lucky listener the Bonnaroo Experience. You’ll be set with four-day festival passes, prime camping and premium seating at the nation’s number one music festival!

Thank you to everyone who registered.

This year’s line up includes:

Pearl JamDead & Company • LCD SoundsystemTame Impala • Death Cab for CutieM83 Haim HalseyWeen Jason IsbellCHVRCHESChris StapletonSuperJamBig Grams  • Band of HorsesLeon BridgesGrace PotterFather John MistyPurity RingThe Claypool Lennon DeliriumTwo Door Cinema ClubNathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats • Kurt Vile & The ViolatorsLord HuronThe Bluegrass Situation SuperJam Featuring Ed Helms and FriendsX AmbassadorsSt. Lucia and so many more.


Nestled in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, The Plat99_Logo_1CAlexander features outstanding business amenities, 157 stunning guest rooms, 52 extended stay suites, and an emphasis on art and design.
Their mixology lounge, Plat 99 was designed by the internationally acclaimed artist Jorge Pardo and his Los Angeles-based studio. Plat 99 is both a lounge and a work of art. Mixologists blend fresh local ingredients into irresistible concoctions, while you can snack on artisanal charcuterie and regional cheeses. You and your friends can recline on contemporary couches or gather around high-top tables while you sip your inventive cocktails, international wines or regional beers.

For complete rules to the Financial Center Bonnaroo Experience CLICK HERE.

The Bonnaroo Experience, from The Alexander and 92-3 WTTS!

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The WTTS Hangout Hookup

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Summer is around the corner and we are sending one lucky listener and a guest to the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama. WTTS and Karma Records teamed up with Meyer Vacation Rentals for the Hangout Hookup. Congratulations to our winner Roy Partida! Roy just won three-day festival passes and condo accommodations to Hangout Music Festival. Thanks to everyone who registered.

This year’s line up includes:

The Weekend  • Calvin Harris  • Florence + The Machine • Alabama Shakes • Ellie Goulding • Lenny Kravitz • Haim Cage The Elephant • Grimes Jason Isbell • Walk The Moon • Miike Snow • Leon Bridges • Big Grams • Foals The Neighbourhood • Portugal. The Man • Moon Taxi • Courtney Barnett • Silversun Pickups • X Ambassadors • Kurt Vile & The Violators • Borns Coleman Hell • Mayer Hawthorne • Brett Dennen • The Struts • Atlas Genius • The Revivalist • Kaleo And MORE!

Visit Karma Records at any of their three locations:

  • 21 N Post Road, Indianapolis, IN 46219
  • 3532 W 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46268
  • 3802 N High School Road, Indianapolis, IN 46254

 

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For complete rules to the Hangout Hookup CLICK HERE.

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World Class Rock Week-In-Review: 9/28/16

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  • The Rolling Stones will release live album from their historic Cuba performance (Paste)
  • Hear Jim James’ soulful protest song “Same Old Lie” (Rolling Stone)
  • Green Day are “Still Breathing” on new song (CoS)
  • Listen to Bon Iver’s new song “8 (circle)” (Pitchfork)
  • Beck’s new album has reportedly been pushed back to November (NME)
  • Don Henley says an Eagles reunion could happen (UCR)
  • Eddie Vedder and Chris Martin sang Pearl Jam and Patti Smith (Spin)
  • MGMT comeback pushed back to 2017 (Stereogum)
  • Bob Dylan to release new 1966 live recordings as 36-disc set (Paste)
  • Moby previews upcoming LP with New Wave song (Rolling Stone)
  • Temple of the Dog share alternate mix of “Say Hello 2 Heaven” (CoS)
  • Dirty Projectors return with video for new song “Keep Your Name” (Pitchfork)
  • Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie: We’ve got seven tracks for a new album (NME)
  • Watch Nirvana’s Nevermind baby grow up via anniversary photo shoots (Spin)
  • Van Morrison says he has so many unreleased songs it makes my head spin (UCR)
  • Watch Green Day play Revolution Radio songs live for the first time (Stereogum)
  • Andrew Bird & Fiona Apple debut a new song they wrote with a five-year-old (Paste)
  • See Jackson Browne’s moving Bruce Springsteen cover (Rolling Stone)
  • Beck’s entire discography is getting reissued on vinyl (CoS)
  • Ryan Adams pens 15th anniversary tribute to Gold (Pitchfork)
  • Former Bushmills Brand ambassador Bon Iver wishes Beyoncé wouldn’t sell out (Spin)
  • Robin Pecknold calls Justin Vernon a hypocrite over Beyonce sponsorship diss (NME)
  • Joe Perry’s new solo record is in the can (UCR)
  • R.I.P. Buckwheat Zydeco (AV Club)
  • American Wrestlers debut new song “Amazing Grace,” announce tour dates (Paste)
  • Watch Stevie Wonder recall nickname The Temptations gave him (Rolling Stone)
  • Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions share “Let Me Get There” (CoS)
  • Adele says that quitting smoking has made her voice weaker (NME)
  • Bon Iver and the National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner perform in Paris (Pitchfork)
  • Bruce Springsteen names his five favorite Springsteen songs (Spin)
  • Musicians band together for first-ever concert across america to end gun violence (Paste)
  • U2 rocks the vote in Las Vegas with Donald Trump sample (AV Club)
  • Regina Spektor shares new single “Older and Taller” (CoS)
  • See Morrissey’s earnest Ramones cover at Brooklyn concert (Rolling Stone)
  • Father John Misty is no longer on Twitter or Instagram (Pitchfork)
  • Robert Plant joins concerts for Refugees tour (UCR)
  • Jack Garratt shares the letter he received from Barack Obama (NME)

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The Pretenders – “Holy Commotion” (Official Video)

Band Of Horses – “Casual Party” (Fallon)

Empire Of The Sun – “High And Low”

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