Pedal Power to the People VI
A gravel grinder benefit for Royalton Community Radio/WFVR-LP: All-volunteer, non-commercial Radio serving the communities of the Upper White River Watershed...and Beyond! Learn more ...
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About WFVR Royalton Community Radio
Welcome to the internet home of WFVR-LP, Royalton Community Radio. Also located at 96.5 on your FM dial.
To stream our programming, click on the "Listen Live!" button to the right. To hear a replay of any of our local programs for up to a week, visit the Replay page. To see playlists from our shows, head over to this page at Spinitron.
WFVR is also available on TuneIn Radio. TuneIn is available on the web as well as through an app for you mobile device.
The station’s musical diversity in programming is unmatched in the state with locally produced shows featuring Scandinavian, Big Band, psychedelia, Blues, punk, Bluegrass, alt. country, jazz, global roots, classic rock, Celtic , African, Americana, alternative rock , reggae, Grateful Dead, hip-hop, soul, Old time and many sonic stops along the way!
Local public affairs/talk programs include shows covering the environment, poetry, local community news and outdoor recreation.
Thank you for being a part of the WFVR community! Peace through music.
FVR at the Chelsea Farmer's Market
Final Fridays at the Chelsea Farmer's Market 5/31, 6/28, 7/26, 8/30, and 9/27. FVR will produce live and recorded Market entertainment from 4-6 pm on the Final Friday of each month, May-September in Chelsea, VT.
The Braintree Bluegrass Brunch
Sundays... June 16th, July 21st and August 18th: The Braintree Bluegrass Brunch at the Braintree Meetinghouse from 10am - 3pm.
This Family Fun friendly gathering includes local food, local beer, kids activities and live bluegrass music performed from the WFVR Mobile stage! For avid cyclists...each BBB offers a choice of gravel or single track rides leaving the Meetinghouse at 8:30AM.
Royalton Sesquicentennial - August 15th
WFVR's Mobile studio joins Royalton's Sesquicentennial Celebration on Thursday August 15, 2019. Be there, starting at 3pm on the Green in South Royalton as part of Old Home Days. Both live and recorded music provided by unique radio personalities on tap!
Community Radio Volunteer Appreciation!
6th Annual Pedal Power to the People
. . a mellow community bike event to benefit Royalton Community Radio. Our 6th Annual Pedal Power to the People pushes off on Saturday, August 17th, 2019.
This unique gravel grinder starts from Antique Hill at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds and will lead diverse ridership levels along the beautiful backroads and trails of the contiguous 4 towns of Tunbridge, Royalton, Sharon and Strafford.
The ride is followed by the 4th Annual Vermont NanoFest from noon - 6pm. Our Mobile stage will host 2 great local bands outside Floral Hall.
Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival
Saturday and Sunday, October 5th and 6th - The 31st Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds. In addition to providing a crack team of parking volunteers, Free VT Radio will feature performances by local musicians at the Floral Hall Gazebo from 11am - 3pm.
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