WTTS Rock of Ages

Flashback to the 1970s, 80s and 90s with WTTS. And not just for one or two songs, but for a whole day. We go retro on October 7, 8 and 9 with WTTS Rock of Ages. 

Monday, October 7thwe’re playing nothing but 70s music from 6am to 7pm.

Tuesday, October 8th, we’re playing nothing but 80s music from 6am to 7pm.

Wednesday, October 9th, we’re playing nothing but 90s from 6am to 7pm.

It’s an entire deep dive, each day beginning at 6am, Monday October 7th.

Listen EACH day for Rock of Ages trivia. Listen and answer the question on our Facebook page and register to win tickets to 70’s, 80’s and 90’s shows at the Vogue!

WTTS Rock of Ages, brought to you by The Vogue

WTTS Christmas Can Concert – 2017

It’s the return of the WTTS Christmas Can Concert! This year we brought Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness to the Bluebird in Bloomington to help families in need (see a re-cap here), and on December 21st WTTS is bringing another great benefit concert to The Vogue to make the holidays even happier. The 2nd Christmas Can Concert stars The War On Drugs, and their L.A. based electronic opening act Lo MoonTickets for that show have sold out but VIP’s have a chance at a free pair by registering in the VIP Room. This exclusive show is sponsored by Sun King Brewery, and City Barbeque.

To help out Food Rescue’s mission to help fight school food waste stop by City Barbeque through December 21st and drop off non-perishable and canned items at any of their five locations and while you are there sip a pint of Sun King’s Sunlight Cream Ale to donate a dollar to Food Rescue.

Then, when you come to the show, bring a sack of non-perishable canned goods. You’ll be helping out neighbors in need this holiday. A portion of proceeds will also benefit Food Rescue.


About Food Rescue: The K-12 Food Rescue Program in 350 schools addresses the estimated 1 billion Unwanted, Unpeeled, and Unwrapped food items wasted annually in America, and simultaneously engages students to lead us out of the mess through their Student Leader Entrepreneurial Initiative, or S.L.E.I. for short. (Pronounced SLAY). They are actively seeking High School student leaders to become the face of the school food waste issue, and subsequently lead our country into a new mindset.

WTTS Christmas Can Concert With Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

The WTTS Christmas Can Concert returned to the Bluebird in Bloomington on December 5th, sponsored by Sun King Brewery, and City Barbeque.

This was the first of two Can Concerts this year and it featured Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness.

A portion of ticket sale proceeds went to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, a charitable organization that envisions a community where everyone has equal access to nutritious food, waste is minimized, and all members are healthy, self-sufficient, and empowered to reach their full potential. In addition to ticket sale donations, concert goers also brought generous donations of non-perishable canned goods to share with Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.

Below you’ll find some of our favorite photos of the show with Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness and more information about Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard.

Mother Hubbards Cupboard

About Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard: Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard increases access to healthy food for all people in need in ways that cultivate dignity, self-sufficiency, and community. We envision a community where everyone has equal access to nutritious food, waste is minimized, and all members are healthy, self-sufficient, and empowered to reach their full potential. Our programs include a client-choice food pantry and free educational programs on nutrition and gardening. Our programs are largely powered by our volunteer-patrons. We welcome any community members who can benefit from our services.