What’s on at Radio Caley’s Summer Hangover?
Written by News on 17th September 2018
Radio Caley are here to help you say goodbye to summer and welcome in the new year with their freshers’ event Radio Caley’s Summer Hangover.
Held on September 19 in GCU’s very own Re:Union Bar, the event is designed to bring you good music, a good time, and a warm welcome to Glasgow Caledonian University.
The Summer Hangover starts at 7pm and will feature a number of live bands including Inverclyde-born indie band Black Dove.
Alex Rycroft, station manager, said: “It’s a great event to meet people and find out how to get involved with Radio Caley, while seeing some of the best bands/DJs in Glasgow.”
The event, which is free to attend, will highlight local, Scottish artists and a variety of up-and-coming bands.
As well as being a night of good music, it is the perfect time to come and find out more about the university’s radio station, Radio Caley, and get information on how to get involved.
Alex added: “[Come along to] find out what Radio Caley is all about.”
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The radio station, which is run entirely by GCU students, is free to join and open to anyone. Volunteers are given full presenter training and can produce and present their own radio shows live from the university’s studio.
Radio Caley have previously hosted a number of live music events, including their acoustic gig Radio Caley Unplugged, featuring artists such as Jack Anderson, James Patterson and Lou Smith, and 2017 freshers’ event SAASmass hosted by a number of the station’s own DJs.