Spring Fund Drive Thank You Gift Guide

posted by Cassie Betten on 04/10/2019

A Guide to Gift Levels for Spring Fund Drive 2019


$12 or more: Community Media Center Membership with basic privileges

  • Ticket Discounts, Beverages at Wealthy Theatre
  • Receive CMC Member mailings
  • Vote in CMC Elections
  • Club Privileges


 A pair of tickets to ONE show of your choice at any ONE of these venues: Pyramid Scheme, Tip Top Deluxe Bar and Grill, or any of the venues at The Intersection. Some restrictions apply on sell outs and high-ticket items.


 A pair of tickets to one show all THREE of these venues. That’s 50 bucks for a pair of tickets to each The Scheme, Tip Top Deluxe and The Intersection. Again, some show restrictions apply.
















LEMON: $150 Personal Day Sponsor OR NPO Shoutout:

Be a WYCE Personal Day Sponsor!
Have your message read on the air on the day of your choice at the top of every hour! Perfect for anniversaries, birthdays, memorials and more! You may also donate your day to your favorite nonprofit.

LIME: $200 Dinner & A Show Package

Where to get Dinner?:

Gilmore Collection:

Blue Water Grill  @ 5180 Northland Drive NE
The B.O.B. @ 20 Monroe Ave NW
Bostwick Lake Inn  @ 8521 Belding Road NE
Flat River Grill  @ 201 East Main Street
The Grill Room, The Kriby House, K2 @ 2 Washington     
Nick Fink’s @ 3965 West River Drive NE
Rose’s @ 550 Lakeside Drive SE

All-In Hospitality Group :
Donkey, Winchester, What the Truck, Jonny B'z, and Hancock 

One Trick Pony Grill & Taproom @ 136 Fulton St E

Beltline Bar @ 16 28th St SE



*4/18 THURSDAY:  Leo Kottke @ St Cecilia Music Center

An inventive and highly talented American country-blues-inspired 12-string guitarist.
Recommended if you like: John Fahey, Chris Smither

St. Cecilia Music Center 24 Ransom Ave NE *WILL CALL* 7:30PM

4/25 THURSDAY:  The Accidentals @ Bell’s

Live EP release Show with local support from Jammie Winners Earth Radio and Lipstick Jodi!

*Low ticket warning from the venue

Bell’s Eccentric Café & Back Room: 355 E. Kalamazoo Ave.* PICK UP 711 Bridge ST NW 10AM-6PM*

5/8 FRIDAY: Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and Shovels & Rope @ The Intersection

Frank Turner: Bahrain-born, Eton-educated alt-folk singer/songwriter who began his solo career in 2006.
Sounds Like: Conor Oberst, Billy Bragg

Shovels & Rope: South Carolina duo channeled country, bluegrass, and blues through a nervy indie rock prism.
Sounds Like: Lera Lynn, The Civil Wars, Brandi Carlisle

The Intersection @ 133 Grandville Ave SW * WILL CALL* 7PM

5/15 WEDNESDAY: MGMT with WARPAINT @ 20 Monroe Live

MGMT is an alternative indie-rock band from Middletown, Connecticut. In 2009, they were Grammy nominated for their radio hit song “Kids”. MGMT has released four albums, most recently in 2018 called Little Dark Age. Warpaint opens the show

20 Monroe Live: 11 Ottawa Avenue NW  .* WILL CALL* 7:30PM

5/18 SATURDAY: Donna The Buffalo @ Bell’s

Long-running folk-influenced jam band that also runs an annual music festival in their central New York hometown.

Sounds Like: Steep Canyon Rangers, Jim Lauderdale, String Cheese Incident

Bell’s Eccentric Café: 355 E. Kalamazoo Ave- 9PM* PICK UP 711 Bridge ST NW 10AM-6PM*

5/29  WEDNESDAY: HOZIER @ 20 Monroe Live

A moody, eclectic singer/songwriter who scored an international hit in the mid-2010s with "Take Me to Church."
This show is SOLD OUT at the venue.
Sounds Like: Leonard Cohen, Sting, Lorde

20 Monroe Live: 11 Ottawa Avenue NW  *WILL CALL* 8PM


After nearly two decades and more than 3,000 live shows, Gaelic Storm's mix of traditional Irish music with modern influences, continues to delight with a sound that's as wide-ranging as the band's own audience. From bluegrass fans and country cowboys to Deadheads, rock & rollers and Celtic fanatics, Gaelic Storm has built one of the most diverse fan bases in modern music.

Bell’s Eccentric Café & Back Room: 355 E. Kalamazoo Ave.* PICK UP 711 Bridge ST NW 10AM-6PM*



$250 Founders Fest
Receive a pair of passes to this year’s Founders Fest Saturday June 22nd

Line-up: Toots & The Maytals, Macy Gray, Gov’t Mule, The War & Treaty, and Lady Ace Boogie


$250 Mo-Pop
July 27 & 28 West Riverfront Park, located along West Jefferson Avenue between Rosa Parks Boulevard and Joe Louis Arena. Line-up: Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Lizzo, Kali Uchis, Noname, and many more! 








$300 Business Day Sponsor

13 mentions on air for your business any day of your choosing.


$360 or more Music of The Month

WYCE’s Album of the month includes a new handpicked album delivered to your door every month for  1 full year! Previous albums: Ibibio Sound Machine, Tedeschi Trucks, Nick Waterhouse – April: Todd Snider – “Cabin Sessions Vol. 3” May: Andrew Bird – “My Finest Work Yet”


$881 WYCE VIP Member
Build a playlist on The Guest List with Ben Davey – airs Sunday nights at 11PM
Redeem one front row in-studio visit of your choice
Get a tour of the station and be first on the list for ticket giveaways!


$1000 Business Week
Your business sponsors a full 5 days of WYCE programming, 65 total on-air mentions.


Click here to donate and make your picks online! or call (616) 742-9923



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