Waterfront Blues Festival Simulcast July 1-4

wbf_logowhitebackground_2016KPOV will be simulcasting live coverage of the Oregon Food Bank Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland. Tune in to 88.9 or stream kpov.org to hear the festival Saturday July 1 through Tuesday July 4.

The simulcast is a project of Oregon Community Media, a coalition of nonprofit radio stations across Oregon.  KBOO in Portland is producing the broadcast and will have DJs live at the event. The broadcast will be carried by community stations all over Oregon!  Stay tuned for our broadcast schedule.

More about the festival and Oregon Food Bank:

About Oregon Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank’s mission

To eliminate hunger and its root causes … because no one should be hungry.

What is Oregon Food Bank?

Oregon Food Bank is a nonprofit, charitable organization. Oregon Food Bank believes no one should be hungry. With sufficient public will and support of the entire community, we believe it is possible to eliminate hunger and its root causes.

Oregon Food Bank collects and distributes food through a network of four OFB branches and 16 independent regional food banks serving Oregon and southwest Washington.

The OFB Network helps nearly 1 in 5 households in Oregon and southwest Washington fend off hunger.
OFB also leads statewide efforts to increase resources for hungry families and to eliminate the root causes of hunger through advocacy, nutrition education, garden education and helping communities strengthen local food systems.

Festival Schedule: More details to come soon!


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