KPOV Non-Profit Partner in 4 Peaks Music Festival; Will Broadcast Live From The Main Stage on June 18.

KPOV High Desert Community Radio, 88.9 FM, is a non-profit partner for the 4 Peaks Music Festival June 16-19, 2016.  KPOV will also be broadcasting live from the festival’s main stage performances.

KPOV’s broadcast will air Saturday June 18 from 10am to 10pm and can be heard at 88.9 FM or by live streaming at  “We are pleased to partner with 4 Peaks.  KPOV believes in supporting a diversity of music in Central Oregon and broadcasting from 4 Peaks is a great opportunity to showcase a unique Central Oregon festival.” says Station Manager Jill Mahler.

KPOV will also be broadcasting live from other local music festivals this summer and fall, including Bend Summer Festival, July 9 and 10, Bend Roots Revival, September 24 and 25, and Bend Fall Festival, October 1. KPOV will also simulcast the Oregon Food Bank’s Waterfront Blues Festival on July 1st through 4th. Sponsorships for these broadcasts are available. For more information, call 541-322-0863 or email

KPOV is a listener-supported, volunteer-powered, nonprofit community radio station that broadcasts at 88.9 FM and live on the web at  KPOV is radio by the people and for the people of Central Oregon; strengthening community and democracy through grassroots participation in independent, non-commercial radio. KPOV offers locally produced programs not heard on any other radio stations in the region, including civic affairs, election coverage, and the most diverse music programming in Central Oregon.

The 4 Peaks Music Festival is a multi-day music event in at Rockin’ A Ranch in the Central Oregon town of Tumalo. The festival features an array of eclectic, national, regional and local bands for music enthusiasts, community members and families. This year’s bands include Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Jackie Greene, Jeff Austin Band, Robben Ford, Poor Man’s Whiskey, The Stone Foxes, Della Mae, Grant Farm, Jelly Bread, The Sam Chase, Crow and the Canyon, World’s Finest, Rabbit Wilde, Sean Lehe and the Family Practice, The Student Loan Stringband, The Good Time Travelers, Painted Horses, The Old Folks, Honey Don’t, JED, Elektrapod, Moon Mountain Ramblers and the Students of String Theory. There is more information about the festival at

Underwriting with KPOV High Desert Community is available and affordable for nonprofit organizations and local businesses. For a program schedule, underwriting information, to donate or to volunteer, call 541-322-0863 or visit the website at



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