Riverwest Radio (104.1 FM) is a Milwaukee treasure. Born out of the Occupy movement back in 2011, the 24-hour freeform station is home to dozens of interesting, creative, and often bizarre programs helmed by Milwaukeeans from all walks of life. Want to hear Mark Borchardt and Gabe Van Handel talk about film? How about Ald. Nik Kovac talk about the Green Bay Packers? There’s all that and much, much more. (You can find our collection of PackerVerse shows HERE, by the way.)

Riverwest Radio is currently in the midst of its annual December fund drive, and, in true Riverwest Radio fashion, there are a number of unique ways to show your support. Among the most unique: joining in on a live, 13-hour “chant for prosperity.” On Saturday, December 28, beginning at 10 a.m., producer Atma Hari Kaur will lead a HAR Chant for Prosperity at the Riverwest Radio studio, 824 E. Center St. The chant will continue, on-air, until 11 p.m.

And you’re invited! You can sign up for an hour-long block (or more) by stopping in at Riverwest Radio. Donate $13 or more and you’ll receive a “personalized chant on air.” There’s more information HERE.

Here’s a press release. Oh, and “HAR” is pronounced “HUD.”

13 Hour Chant for Prosperity
Marathon Chant in Support of Riverwest Radio!

Where: 824 East Center Street, Milwaukee
When: December 28, 10 am – 11 pm
LIVE on Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM and streaming on riverwestradio.com

Riverwest Radio producer Atma Hari Kaur will lead the famous “HAR” Chant for Prosperity along with many special guests.

Come chant with us during our 13-hour live broadcast at the Riverwest Radio studios (824 E Center Street). Musicians and media are all invited to help keep the chant flowing.

The Ancient Sikh Dharma’s word for “creative infinity” is “HAR” (pronounced “HUD”). HAR is a seed mantra, one plants it and lets it blossom to open creative channels. When we are in our most creative state, we prosper.

Donors of $13 will receive a personalized chant on air. Riverwest Radio month-long goal is $10,410. That’s a lot of prosperity!

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