KAOS Brings the Party Downtown!
Event Dates: September 22, 2012 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM
OLYMPIA, Wash.-- KAOS 89.3fm Olympia’s Community Radio and the Olympia Film Society present: KAOS BLOCK PARTY LIVE, Sat. Sept 22, 1-5:30 pm, 5th Ave between Washington & Franklin, in front of the historic Capitol Theater. This event is Rain or Shine!! An afternoon-long drug/alcohol-free celebration of local, positive, conscious Hip-Hop!
KAOS Block Party LIVE is a great wrap-up to Orientation Week at The Evergreen State College; a welcome to incoming and returning students from KAOS - Olympia’s Listener-supported, Volunteer-powered Community Radio Station and the Olympia Film Society. The event will feature music, dance, art and food!
The event will feature: Xperience, J. Pinder, Craft of Distraction, Sista Hailstorm, AKA & The Heart Hurts Good, with Formula Boogie B-Boys & B-Girls and DJs Lord Nock, Boozie Collins, Kid One and BSQRD.
Locally sponsored by Washington State Employees Credit Union, Olympia Food Co-Op, InterCity Transit,, Squaxin Tribe, Mas Sol Collective, Rainy Day Records, Vic’s Pizzeria, Traditions Café, Last Word Books and Insanity Shack Printing.
Approaching 40 years of community service in 2013, KAOS is the South Sound’s only full-time, full-power commercial-free public radio service, offering a wide range of independent music, local and global news, and community information since 1973. The station streams its broadcasting live online at www.kaosradio.org, and can be heard on Comcast cable in Thurston County on Comcast Digital Cable channel 982.
One of Thurston County’s largest volunteer-based organizations, KAOS is programmed by a staff of nearly 100 student and community volunteers. Their varied perspectives and sensibilities make KAOS a unique resource for information and entertainment ignored by major media.
About Olympia Film Society
The Olympia Film Society (OFS) was founded in 1980 by a local group of film enthusiasts who sought to share their love of cinematic art with the community. More than thirty years later, OFS continues to strive to enliven and enrich our community by presenting and fostering the development of independent and underrepresented film, music, and allied arts. The historic Capitol Theater is home to OFS and many friends and fans. Their movie palace of 1924 is located in heart of downtown Olympia's Historic Theater District the hub of entertainment from great restaurants, peaceful parks, and shops. OFS takes pride in preserving the historic purpose of the Capitol Theater through multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary programming providing volunteer opportunities for those interested in giving back to their community, meeting new people, or just looking for something to do with friends and family. OFS fosters arts in the community with live and special events, weekly film series and the annual Olympia Film Festival celebrating 29 years this November 9-19. More information www.olympiafilmsociety.org