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BayFM President Ange Kent. Photo Mia Armitage.

Tomorrow over 20 BayFM presenters will head to the Bangalow Bowlo to ‘Share the Air’ with locals and listeners with a two-hour live broadcast.

President BayFM Community Radio Ange Kent, says listeners can tune into 99.9FM or stream via bayfm.org and hear short interviews, and track selections with many of the diverse and varied show presenters who contribute weekly to make BayFM the community radio station it is today.

Ms Kent says a crew of BayFM DJs will host the ‘Studio Funkraiser’ on Saturday July 9 at Trawlers Bar and Kitchen in Brunswick Heads, from 3pm to 8pm.

‘The DJ lineup has a lot of depth and talent, featuring Eric Downer, Pob, Lippo, Si Clone and Gez. The goal of the event is to raise money to replace BayFM’s studio equipment.’

You can tune in to the fun tomorrow, Friday July 8, from 4pm to 6pm.


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