24 Hours Of Radio Hell!


This year, CiTR is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Live From Thunderbird Radio Hell, by hosting 24 hours of live local music – one band on the hour, every hour. Listen on FM, online or after the event via podcast.

Beginning at 6pm on Thursday, October 1st, and continuing till 6pm on Friday, October 2nd, The Thunderbird Radio Hell marathon includes psychedelic rockers, The Orpheans, Vancouver’s favourite party kids You Say Party! We Say Die!, Channels 3×4, Rude City Riot, The Tranzmitors, Fine Mist, a very special performance by Japandroids playing live in Montreal, and many others! For a full list, see below:

October 1st
6 PM: The Orpheans (D.B. Buxton & members of The Green Hour Band (with host Darren Gawle)
7 PM: Collapsing Opposites
8 PM: What’s Wrong Tohei?
9 PM: You Say Party! We Say Die!
10 PM: Twin Crystals / Reflektionss

October 2nd
12 AM: Fine Mist
12:45 AM: 42
1:45 AM: Dr. Dad’s Sound Lab
3 AM: The Nihilist Party
5 AM: Shipyards
6 AM: Don L’Orange
7 AM: Joel Tong
8 AM: Chrisariffic
9 AM: Elise Surya (with host Marie Benard)
10 AM: The Valuables (with host SKA-T)
11 AM: Rude City Riot (with host SKA-T)
12 PM: The Rain and the Sidewalk
12:45 PM: The Abramson Singers
1:30 PM: Burnside
2:15 PM: Adrian Teacher
3 PM: The Tranzmitors
4 PM: Thee AHs (with host Nardwuar the Human Serviette)
5 PM: The Greenbelt Collective

After 24 hours of non-stop live music, the party continues! To celebrate the successful marathon and everybody’s hard work, CiTR would like to invite you to join the wrap-up party that same Friday night, (October 2nd), at the Ukrainian Hall, 805 E Pender St., Vancouver. The party will feature Twin Crystals, Dylan Thomas and What’s Wrong Tohei?. And the best part- the party is free. Doors will be open at 8pm, and the bands start playing at 9pm.

Live From Thunderbird Radio Hell features live in-studio performances every Thursday night from 9-11:00 PM on CiTR 101.9FM, streamed and podcast. The weekly show broadcasts from the station lounge at UBC, hosted by Ben Lai.