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The Intersection to host 15th annual WYCE Jammies Awards

WYCE and Bell's Brewery presents the 15th Annual Jammies awards at The Intersection in downtown Grand Rapids. The event is free and includes live performances from a long list of area musicians.
2013 Jammies

2013 Jammies /Eric Tank

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Location and contact

The Intersection

133 Grandville Avenue SW


Delilah DeWylde 2013 Jammies

Delilah DeWylde 2013 Jammies /Eric Tank

The Wealthy Orphans 2013 Jammies

The Wealthy Orphans 2013 Jammies /Eric Tank

On Friday, February 21 the Intersection will host the 15th annual WCYE Jammies awards presented by Bell's Brewery.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the awards celebration lasts until 11 p.m. The event is all ages and free to the public. Donations are being accepted. Attendees are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items and clothing items for a local charity. Wear your pajamas and receive a free CD.

This year WYCE is offering a new option for people to buy tickets for limited and guaranteed VIP seating for $20 in advance.

This year's music roster includes:

  • Afro Zuma
  • B-Sides
  • Bangups
  • Brad Fritcher + Trois
  • Chain of Lakes
  • Dante Cope
  • DarlenYa
  • Filmloom
  • Hank Mowery
  • Jake Stilson
  • Jim Alfredson’s Dirty Fingers
  • Jim Shaneberger
  • Joel Mabus
  • Joshua Davis
  • Lasso
  • Red Tail Ring
  • Ribbons of Song
  • Rick Chyme
  • River Rogues Jazz Band
  • Root Doctor
  • Vincent Hayes
  • Wallace Collective
  • Who Hit John?

The Jammies is an annual event presented by independent community radio station WYCE to showcase and pay tribute to West Michigan musical talent.

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