KOCF 2nd Annual Halloween Hullabaloo Benefit with Terrapin Flyer & Real Gone Trio

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, November 1, 2019 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
7:00PM
Cost: 
Sliding scale at the door

92.7 KOCF and the Oregon Country Fair Bring You the 2nd Annual Costume Hullabaloo Benefit For Community Radio and The Jill Heiman Vision Fund

“Buy the ticket, take the ride” Hunter S. Thompson, American Philosopher

Eugene, Oregon July 29, 2019 – November 1, 2019 will be 50 years to the day that the first Oregon Country Fair was held. What started out as a benefit for an alternative school has become one of the premiere philanthropic organizations in the state. Through the years the Oregon Country Fair has established a rich and varied history providing a venue for alternative arts, educational opportunities and land stewardship throughout Lane County. The Oregon Country Fair provides events and experiences that cultivate the spirit, explores living authentically on Earth, and transforming culture in magical, festive and healthy ways.

Clearly, a celebration is in order, a big celebration. 92.7 KOCF (The Fair’s Official Radio Station) and The Oregon County Fair are throwing a party. What better way to celebrate the Fair’s original autumnal event than with a Costume Ball and concert. KOCF Program Director Andy Goldfinger will emcee and preside over the festivities and he will be joined by a bevy of deejays, city officials and other dignitaries.

This event could not be complete without ample entertainment. The evening’s musical sustenance will be provided by Eugene favorite Terrapin Flyer, celebrating 20 years of touring. There will also be an opening set by The Real Gone Trio. These musicians are masters at their craft and are sure to provide a musical experience that all will enjoy.

Join us for this celebration of family, fun and folly November 1st, starting at 7pm at the W.O.W. Hall, located at 8th and Lincoln, in Eugene. There will be a raffle to benefit KOCF and the Fair’s philanthropic Jill Heiman Vision Fund, great music and entertainment. What better way to show your support for community radio with your sliding scale donation at the door. And don’t forget costumes are a must and there are door prizes too!

About the Oregon Country Fair

The Oregon Country Fair is a nonprofit, year-round philanthropic organization. Each year, the Oregon Country Fair holds a 3-day fundraiser on 300 acres along the Long Tom River featuring some of the finest music, crafts and artisans in the country. The Oregon Country Fair provides grants, sponsors events and supports numerous local non-profits, as well as offering its own youth camp, Culture Jam. The Oregon Country Fair strives to honor community diversity, care for the earth, art and performance, as well as create participatory experiences for youth and elders, and develop a healthy spirit of volunteerism. More information is always available at OregonCountryFair.org.

About 92.7 KOCF

KOCF is a low power FM radio station serving the Fern Ride Communities of Veneta, Noti, Elmira, Western Eugene and surrounding areas. On the air since July, 2015, KOCF provides local programming 24 hours a day 372 days a year. As an integral part of the community KOCF gives local organizations and communities an opportunity to offer information relevant to their neighbors. The station has forged a relationship with community leaders and organizations that help foster the growth and connections in these local areas. KOCF also streams globally from kocf.org and can be heard on any type of device anywhere on the planet, and beyond.

For more information contact Andy Goldfinger (818) 917-5183 E-mail: andy@kocf.org | Website: http://kocf.org

About the WOW Hall

The W.O.W. Hall is owned and operated by the Community Center for the Performing Arts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to: Providing cultural arts and educational opportunities for all ages and income levels, Preserving and operating the historic Woodmen of the World Hall as a multipurpose community arts center, and Maintaining a supportive environment for local artists and their creative efforts.

The CCPA is a democratic organization where members elect and may serve on the volunteer board of directors. Members are kept informed with the monthly WOW Hall Notes (available by mail or e-mail) and are invited to celebrate each December at the annual WOW Hall Membership Party -- which features food and beverages donated by many of Lane County’s best restaurants and suppliers.

The W.O.W. Hall is a safe and friendly meeting place for the community, a place for appreciation of the arts for everyone, and a training ground for new generations. Local, regional, national and international acts frequently grace the stage, and the Hall prides itself on its diversity. The Hall is also used for classes, workshops, lectures, meetings, rehearsals and recording sessions. Each month the Lobby Art Gallery displays the work of a different local artist.

About Terrapin Flyer

This is the 20th Anniversary of Terrapin Flyer. Terrapin Flyer is a Chicago based Grateful Dead band that has performed in Eugene annually since 2015 at Wow Hall with Melvin Seals from the Jerry Garcia Band and have been joined by original Merry Pranksters Ken Babbs and George Walker. No two Terrapin Flyer shows will ever be the same and you never know who might show up to jam at a show, but you can always count on a great time with some of the most recognized artists in the music community. At this show they will be joined by keyboardist Scott Guberman from Phil Lesh and Friends and Josh Olken on lead guitar.

About Real Gone Trio

Real Gone Trio is Eugene's new Psychobilly/Rockabilly band. They play a wide variety of Psycho-Rockabilly, Rock and Roll, Surf, Blues, Jump and Swing and everything in between. Think of this band as a well-constructed, three- legged stool. Always rock-steady and it will NEVER wobble! Real Gone Trio features Manny Plascencia Guitar/Vocals, Greg Gallup Upright Bass/Vocals, Stephen Mattes Drums/ Vocals.