We love our sponsors! They help to make this event possible. Please click on each one to go visit their wonderful websites. If you are interested in becoming a Festival Sponsor, visit our Festival Sponsorships page for more information.
Thanks to our Spring 2017 Festival Sponsors:
Alternative Aire is a full service heating and air conditioning company in Durham and serving the Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and West Raleigh. We look at your house as a system and offer fair pricing, outstanding service, and the best warranties you can find on any equipment with the Amana Product line. We service all brands and work on both residential and commercial projects. We offer creative robust, and common sense solutions to your HVAC needs. We are Smart Heating and AC.
Celebrating 20 years in 2015, Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine is the definitive guide to outdoor sports, adventure travel and mountain culture in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Distributed every month from Baltimore to Atlanta, BRO has spent the past two decades establishing itself as the nation’s top regional outdoor publications.
For more than 30 years, INDY Week has been publishing some of the nation’s best alternative journalism and worked to help build a just community in the Triangle. Your go-to source for news, music, arts and food coverage. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and check us out online www.indyweek.com.
At Life 103.1 WLHC-FM we’re dedicated to serving our community and its families and businesses, focusing on that which makes Life special in the Heart of Carolina. Life 103.1 is committed to filtering out the noise and bringing to our listeners the sounds that speak to the heart and to the mind. Our priority therefore is accurate news reporting, quality entertainment, a variety of music, and information that defines and affirms all that is good about Life in the Heart of Carolina.
WCOM-FM 103.5 creates music and talk hand made in Carrboro for the Triangle and the world. Now in its 12th year, WCOM is an all-volunteer community radio station serving Carrboro and Chapel Hill over the air and every place else through live streaming. We have no format; each of WCOM’s shows reflect the interests and knowledge of our volunteer hosts.
WHUP's vision is consistent with that of excellent community stations around the country – present a high-quality, eclectic, host-driven mix of music and conversation that collectively reflects the community we serve, with an emphasis on local and regional talent. That space has largely been abandoned by large commercial and public broadcasters, so we have plenty of room in which to operate without fear of overlap!
YES! Weekly began as a concept in December 2004, and was on the streets of Greensboro by Jan. 4, 2005. Our mission was to bring hard and fair news, insightful commentary and comprehensive cultural writing. Since then we have expanded our coverage to include High Point, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Jamestown, Archdale, Thomasville, Clemmons, Oak Ridge, Summerfield and the other cities and towns of the North Carolina Piedmont Triad. With a commitment to honest coverage, common-sense editorial policy and great writing, YES! Weekly has become a vital part of the Triad media scene, breaking stories, uncovering hidden cultural gems and winning both statewide and regional awards.