Triple R 102.7 April Amnesty

The Melbourne independent station is calling on past subscribers to renew. 

It’s the time of year the station reminds listeners who have lapsed subscriptions, or that haven’t yet subscribed how important listener support is to its survival.
Those who subscribe during the month of April will go in the running to win a variety of prizes including:

  • a Tasmanian arts escape to Junction Arts Festival including accommodation, flights, tickets
  •  a Crumpler prize pack, containing two  bags from the Radiant Range;
  • a Malvern Star Porter 1 S1 Matt Black Steel Bicycle from Avanti Plus Collingwood; 
  • a handmade dining table made from recycled Australian hardwood timers from Andrew Gibbs Furniture Design; 
  • The Blues Train & Point Lonsdale Guest House Getaway Pack;
  • family passes from Zoos Victoria;
  • Mini Pass to the 2018 Melbourne International Film Festival.

Click here for the full list of prizes up for grabs.
Plus, to celebrate April Amnesty, Triple R ties together music, science and culture for a series of subscriber events live in the Performance Space across April. Subscribers can head to RRR.ORG.AU for a chance to be part of the audience.

April Amnesty Live series 2018 live from the Triple R Performance Space:

  • Superfluity – Tuesday April 17th 8-10pm 
    The team farewell host Scott Edgar for his final Superfluity show. 
  • POCNESS during Max Headroom – Thursday April 19th 7-8pm 
    Featuring Live sets from Ecca Vandal and Band of Brothaz.
  • Breaking and Entering 10th Birthday – Thursday April 26th 4-7pm 
    Featuring Live sets from NO ZU, REMI, JAALA and Tropical F**K Storm.
  • Einstein A Go Go – Sunday April 29th 11am-midday
    Dr Shane will be in-conversation with Ashley Bush (Professor of Neuroscience at Melbourne Uni – they will be discussing Alzheimer’s Disease and other areas of brain research).

To subscribe for the first time or renew a subscription online head here

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