When it comes to good music, we know you’ve got lots of options.
And so to thank you for keeping your dial tuned in to 104.5 the U, Aubrey promises to keep you plugged in to all the hottest events and activities going on around town.
Gift cards to local restaurants, tickets to concerts and plays, registrations to far-off getaways – whether you’re looking for a fun way to spend a weekend with the family or just need a good excuse to enjoy a weeknight out with friends, you’re always bound to score something sweet just by being a part of our listening family.
And while she has giveaways all throughout the week, both on-air as well as through our Facebook page, Aubrey sets aside Monday as a very special day. It’s called the Picnic Party, and she saves her biggest prizes and giveaways for that day.
And what’s a party without jams, right? Well, between all the fun announcements and giveaways Aubrey will also use this hour to unveil all the new tracks introduced to the U lineup.
Prizes, events, new music – all in one hour. It’s the 104.5 the U Picnic Party – every weekday during the 11 am hour, sponsored by Kobe Seafood & Steak.
TUNE IN MONDAY TO WIN:
TICKETS TO RÜFÜS DU SOL
104.5 the U is excited to get a couple listeners and their plus ones in to see an amazing evening of music with RÜFÜS DU SOL at the Wilma Theater Wednesday September 25th! Find tickets and learn more HERE!
“RÜFÜS DU SOL have emerged as one of the world’s preeminent live electronic acts. TheAustralian three-piece, comprised of members Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt, have released two platinum-certified albums, ATLAS and Bloom, with their newly unveiled third album Solace ushering in a new chapter for the trio.
Solace finds RÜFÜS DU SOL charting new territory, exploring deeper sub genres and more potent lyricism for an entirely new side to the group. “It’s about finding a sense of hope in a darker time,” the trio says. The album was born out of a particularly poignant period for the band and thus tackles heavier themes such as the pain of loss and the persistence of memory.
“We’ve been through a big process,” the group says. “Almost a year and a half of our lives. We put all our hearts into making this record.”
Check out the video for their latest release: