You can still listen and donate to WTJU’s 2015 Rock Marathon

WTJU’s Rock Marathon wrapped up on April 12th. Thanks to all who listened and donated!

You can still listen to Rock Marathon shows on our Archives page. Shows will remain available for two weeks past the original air date.

As you relive the glories of the Rock Marathon, know that you can also still donate and contribute to the Rock Marathon pledge total. Visit wtju.net/donate to make your contribution.

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As if all the great tunage weren’t enough, iconic artist and WTJU alum STEVE KEENE designed this year’s Rock Marathon t-shirts! That’s right, t-shirts plural, with two designs to pick from when you donate $75 or more to WTJU. Or pledge $120 and get both! That’s just $10/month when you set up a recurring donation at wtju.net.

Our goal for the marathon is $30,000 and we need your help to get there. You can donate now and show your support early.

Donate now!

Marathon program schedule and descriptions

Marathon program schedule – PDF Version

Directions & Parking info

Premiums / Thank-You Gifts

This year, we’re offering two different t-shirt designs, designed by Steve Keene, as thank you gifts. Click the link above for details on the shirts and all the premiums we’re offering.

Steve Keene generously donated a whole collection of paintings to us; you can see a gallery of them here.

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