Tickets on sale for KFSR Jazz and Wine Festival at University House

90.7 KFSR presents a Jazz and Wine Festival

~ Reprinted from FresnoStateNews.com

KFSR Radio, the nonprofit radio station housed on Fresno State’s campus, will host the KFSR Jazz and Wine Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at the University House (4411 N. Van Ness Blvd.) in Fresno’s Old Fig Garden neighborhood.

A limited number of tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at http://kfsr.org.

“This festival will be a celebration of jazz, featuring exceptional local jazz artists, and will showcase outstanding student-produced Fresno State wines and foods,” said Julie Logan Lindahl, general manager of KFSR Radio. “It’s also a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy the extraordinarily beautiful University House property in Old Fig.”

The festival will feature four jazz bands including the Joe Lenigan Band, the Rich Severson Quartet, Eva Scow and Espacio and the Fresno State Faculty Jazz Band.

The Fresno State Winery will provide wine tasting and sales. The Gibson Farm Market will also give out food samples. Other food and beverages will be available for purchase.

KFSR is a listener-supported, non-commercial public radio station licensed to and operated by Fresno State. The station broadcasts at 2,600 watts and can be heard throughout the Fresno/Clovis metropolitan area, with the potential to reach over 500,000 Valley residents at 90.7 on the FM dial, and unlimited listeners via streaming at http://www.kfsr.org. Contributions made to the station are tax deductible.

For more information, contact Julie Logan Lindahl at 559.278.4500 or jlindahl@csufresno.edu.

University Communications news intern Yesenia Candelaria contributed to this report.

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