KOCF & Oregon Country Fair present 1st Annual Halloween Hullabaloo with Sol Seed, Steel Wool, Henry Holden, Costume Contest, Prizes

October 27, 2018 - 7:00pm

By Andy Goldfinger

It’s hard to believe 50 years will have passed since the very first Oregon Country Fair in 1969.  What started out as a benefit for an alternative school has, through the years, established a rich and varied history of alternative arts, educational opportunities, land stewardship and philanthropy throughout Lane County.  The Oregon Country Fair creates events and experiences that nourish the spirit, explore living artfully and authentically on Earth, and transform culture in magical, joyous and healthy ways.

That being said, an anniversary celebration is in order, a big celebration.  92.5 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 Halloween Ball and concert.  KOCF Program Director Andy Goldfinger will emcee and preside over the festivities.  He will be joined by a crack panel of judges for the costume contest, including KOCF deejays, community leaders and other dignitaries.

Ample entertainment will be provided by area favorites Sol Seed with an opening set by Steel Wool, and introducing Henry Holden.  These musicians are masters at their craft and are sure to provide a musical experience that everyone will enjoy.

Join us for this celebration of family, fun and folly Saturday, October 27, starting at 7:00 pm at the W.O.W. Hall.  There will be a raffle to benefit the Fair’s philanthropic Jill Heiman Vision Fund, plus great music and entertainment. There’s no better way to show your support for community radio than with your sliding scale donation at the door.  And don’t forget the costume contest and door prizes!

Sliding scale admission $5 to $25 at the door or at the WOW Hall Box Office.

 

 

Cost: 
$5 to $25 Sliding Scale