The Oklahoma Broadcasting Education Association (OBEA) chapter at Rogers State University will sponsor an April 15 concert to support local and campus organizations.
The concert will begin at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 15, at the Will Rogers Auditorium on RSU’s Claremore campus. Admission to the show is $5 per person, and proceeds will benefit the Claremore Head Start program and the OBEA. efreshments and t-shirts will be available for sale, and door prizes will be given away.
The concert is scheduled to run for five hours and will feature 10 local hip-hop and rap artists from the Tulsa area. Scheduled to perform are: Big Ric, 4 Blocc, Sidewayz Entertainment, The Burglar, C-Note, Kayka Momma, YNG Banks (Young Banks), Young Huss of Feetwet Entertainment, Chozen Figgaz and Wabahacha.
The latest concert is the third installment of the OBEA’s Jam Band series, which has provided community support to area and campus organizations, said Ryan Prewitt, OBEA president. The local Head Start program provides preschool education for children ages three to five in the area. The OBEA hopes the funds will offset some of its expenses for seminars, contests, trips and equipment for RSU’s television and radio stations.
RSU is the only public university in Oklahoma with a full-powered television station and a radio station. RSU-TV broadcasts under the call letters KRSC on UHF channel 35, Claremore and Tulsa cable channel 19, and more than 70 cable systems in northeastern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. RSU Radio, broadcasting at 91.3 FM, is the Tulsa metropolitan area’s only source for commercial-free college radio. The station also broadcasts many specialty shows supporting a diverse range of musical interests, and the station’s content is streamed live over the internet at www.rsuradio.com.
For more information, call RSU Radio at (918) 343-7669.