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What We Do!
Listener-supported KRCC is proud to be part of the Ivywild School Project, new home to Bristol Brewery, the Old School Bakery, gardens, art, and more! We’ve brought you Meadowgrass, the World Music Series and Blues Under the Bridge. The Ivywild event space will give KRCC the venue we need to host even more great music year-round, which we’ll broadcast to our main studio at 912 North Weber and record through our state-of-the-art remote broadcast studio at Ivywild.

Why We’re Great!
At Ivywild, we’ll have the space we’ve always dreamed of: space for performances, lectures, book signings, and more to be incorporated in our on-air programming. Imagine an intimate box lunch performance and interview with musical artists featured on KRCC’s music mix; a meet-and-greet with one of NPR’s acclaimed newscasters or syndicated show hosts, or even an exclusive taping of a nationally-broadcast radio show. We’ll bring the world to Ivywild and take Ivywild to the airwaves!

Our Needs.
Acoustic engineer and treatments
Lighting grid
Movie screen
High-end A/V equipment

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