Hangout Radio by 92ZEW – Live at Hangout Music Festival
Radio Station 92ZEW has been partnered with the Hangout Beach Music and Arts Festival in Gulf Shores AL since its inception in 2010 and every year has transformed to Hangout Radio the week of the festival (3rd weekend of May). The station sets up portable broadcast studio backstage and broadcasts live and local all weekend taking with band interviews and performances, festival updates, exclusive unique contesting for ZEW listeners to be involved and more.
Congratulations to Hangout for winning Best Festival award from the concert industry awards of Pollstar magazine.
Keep it on 92.1 FM or stream online to hear some of the scheduled artists that you may not know of.
During Hangout Festival weekend, 92ZEW takes you backstage with interviews, performances, updates and more as we take the studio on the road to the Beach.
Hangout Radio – Powered by 92ZEW
Updates, Artist Interviews & Performances, Music
Got a Question for a Band or just a general question? Send it to us. Use #ZEWq for Twitter & ZEW App. Add artist handle, maybe they will answer.
X Ambassadors perform acoustically backstage Hangout Festival 2016 with 92ZEW and Hangout Radio.
Congratulations to the top six finalists of 92ZEW’s reach for the beach challenge to play Hangout Festival. Congratulations to Destin Florida’s Continuum. They’ll be playing Hangout Festival 2016 on Sunday afternoon. It was a close race to the beach
Congrats Jacob G of Mobile gets the weekend of a lifetime, woo hoo! He’ll be spending the weekend at Hangout Festival with free tickets, accommodations and daily trips backstage to meet some artists with 92ZEW.
Check out 92ZEW / Hangout Radio’s coverage backstage with interview/performance podcasts & videos: The Word, Elle King, Spoon, Dirty Heads, Drive By Truckers, Mayer Hawthorne, Father John Misty, My Morning Jacket and numerous more.
Jamell Richardson of Grand Bay, AL, aka “The Gulf Coast Blues Boy” was chosen to open Hangout Festival Friday morning as part of 92ZEW’s Reach for the Beach challenge to play Hangout Fest.
92ZEW’s six-week foray before the Fest starts Apr. 4 & features Reach for the Beach finalists plus national recording acts: The Revivalists, Civil Twilight, Black Cadillacs, US Royalty, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Milo Greene and more
92ZEW backstage with NeedtoBreathe, the 1975’s, Bastille, Avett Brothers, Valerie June, Jamestown Revival, Bombay Bicycle Club, Conor Oberst + spontaneous giveaways from Coca-Cola. Thanks Local 15 News for great video coverage.
From small villages to influences, our chat with two Bastillians turned out lively with surprise visitors and more. Watch the video where they reveal one of their idols is Rodney Rotten. Then hear RR’s interview from the previous day.
Interviews/pics Avett Bros., NeedtoBreathe, the 1975, Bastille, Matt & Kim, Ozomatli, Jamestown Revival, Fitz & the Tantrums, and more. 92ZEW Hangout Fest Radio backstage 2014
You could meet n greets with bands, sit in on an interview or private performance, get upgraded to VIP or side-stage seats… you never know what we’ll pull out for the winners.
The Mobile band orchestrated themselves onto the Hangout Festival lineup with 92ZEW’s Reach for the Beach Challenge. Look for them at the BMI Stage Friday afternoon around 4pm
Gulf Shores city council is deciding the fate of Hangout Festival’s request to continue for 4 more years this week. A petition is circulating for Baldwin County Beach area residents to voice their support. 1,000 signatures by May 11 are needed.
Hangout Festival headliners, The Black Keys, rolled out the hypnotizing title track off their forthcoming album Turn Blue today via Youtube. Hear it here.
Kaboom is one of the six finalists in 92ZEW’s Reach the Beach to Play Hangout Festival, opening for Majestico April 5 at the Hangout, an Indie-Pop band from the Biloxi, MS area..after being formed for a mere 3 months,
The Mowgli’s Brought the Love for 1st Night of 92ZEW’s Countdown to HangoutFest Free Concerts (Pics)
Pictures from launch of 92ZEW and Bud Light’s Countdown to Hangout Festival with South California band, The Mowgli’s. it was a little wet, but splendid nonetheless for us true music fans. The Mowgli’s brought the sunshine out with their positive vibes and bright sounds.