SWOSU Fraternity Planning Twenty Four Hours of Music
A music fraternity at Southwestern Oklahoma State University is planning a “Twenty Four Hours of Music” event in April that will benefit music education programs in western Oklahoma and the music therapy program at the Children’s Center in Bethany.
Phi Mu Alpha is planning the first-ever event on April 15-16 and is now seeking musical groups to perform during the 24-hour period.
“We want a diverse program so we are looking for all types of music,” said Adam Frame, one of the organizers.
The deadline to enter is April 1, and there is no cost to enter. The talent chair of the event is Michael Tidwell and he can be reached at 580.678-1659. Other contacts include Frame at (405) 596-7764 or Eric Pennello at 580.78-3920.
Frame said the fraternity wanted to do a project that would benefit schools in western Oklahoma plus the Children’s Center in Bethany. Money will be raised by admission prices to the 24 hour concert along with donations.
The concert will be held in Room 102 of the Fine Arts Center on the SWOSU campus with a starting time of 11 a.m. on Friday, April 15, and continuing through 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 16.