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K-State Today

September 25, 2013

KSDB-FM local music spotlight Sept. 27-28

Submitted by Vern Wirka

KSDB-FM will broadcast local music this weekend, Sept. 27-28, to showcase Aggiefest, Manhattan's local music event. Aggiefest celebrates live music in Manhattan, combining the powers of local music and people from around the world.

On Friday, Sept. 27, and Saturday, Sept. 28, more than 60 bands and performers will perform at eight different venues throughout Aggieville. The shows range from bluegrass to death metal and dubstep.

KSDB-FM, The Wildcat 91.9, will invade Aggiefest to promote the station and the event. KSDB-FM will give out prizes and interview performers throughout the festival. The Wildcat 91.9 is on the radio at 91.9 FM, campus cable channel 25 and around the world through live streaming on www.wildcat919.com.