Join WTJU’s Music Radio Trivia Night on Friday, April 16

Join us on Friday, April 16 at 8 p.m. EDT for the best game in town:

WTJU’s first-ever Trivia Night!

Emceed by Bob Nastanovich, WTJU alum & member of Pavement

As we prepare for the 2021 Rock Marathon, we invite WTJU alumni & friends for a spirited night of rock-themed, brain-bending fun. Join a team in the virtual pub and put your screens together to answer rounds of questions with themes that relate to rock, radio, and local lore.

There will be merriment! There will be prizes! And most importantly you’ll see friends from near & far as we join together around our favorite community radio station.

Prizes include gift cards from Crutchfield, Potter’s Craft Cider, and Sidetracks Music, plus fabulous WTJU swag.

How it works:

  • Organize a team or indicate that you’re looking for a team when you register. (Sign up here.)
  • On Friday, April 16 at 8 p.m., all players will meet in the Zoom room to play trivia, guided by the emcee. Zoom address provided later.
  • Teams will deliberate off-Zoom. You will need to pre-arrange a separate chat platform for your team (e.g. Facetime, Messenger, conference call, etc).
  • Answers will be submitted on a Google Form that WTJU will provide.

Cost is $20 per player, and funds raised for Music Radio Trivia Night will be added to the 2021 Rock Marathon totals — supporting WTJU operations as a whole. Sign up today!

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