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3:56 pm
Mon August 12, 2013

Win a trip to 2013 Austin City Limits Music Festival

One lucky donor in KSUT's fall membership drive will receive win a trip for two to the Austin City Limits Music Festival, including a pair of festival passes, air travel from Durango, four nights lodging in Austin and festival schwag.

One lucky donor in KSUT's fall membership drive will win the grand prize of a trip for two to the 2013 Austin City Limits Music Festival.

The Austin City Limits Music Festival grand prize includes a pair of festival passes, air travel from Durango and four nights lodging in Austin, plus festival schwag.

From October 11-13, you could catch a varied lineup that includes Wilco, the Cure, Vampire Weekend, Depeche Mode, Neko Case, Greensky Bluegrass and many more.  Pledge online, by calling (970) 563-0255 or by mailing us your completed pledge form.

As part of our "Hit It and Quit" campaign, we'll stop pitching the fund drive once we reach our goal of $75,000 and draw for the grand prize immediately. KSUT listeners will then be spared the on-air pitch and we'll immediately return to the programming you love: our Music Blend, NPR mainstays like Morning Edition, World Cafe and All Things Considered and local favorites like Barrelhouse Blues and The Grass Is Bluer.

The on-air portion of the fund drive is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 8 through Saturday, Sept. 14. A pre-fund drive mailer was delivered to current and past KSUT members in early August. Pledge early and you'll automatically be entered into the grand prize drawing, earlybird drawings like the Four Corners Folk Festival (drawing at noon on Friday, Aug. 23) and Telluride Blues & Brews (drawing at noon on Friday, Sept. 6).

You don't need to make a pledge to be entered into these drawings, but your support certainly will help us hit it and quit. If you are a current member and don't want to make an additional pledge - but still want to be entered into the drawings - simply write that on the pledge card in the membership mailing you received and return it to KSUT.