Boiling Pot 2011Sponsors

Boiling Pot Music Festival is possible in part due to incredible community support we receive from local businesses. A full list of sponsors will be available soon. If you're interested in becoming a sponsor at Boiling Pot Music Festival email

Media Sponsors

  • WIDR
    WIDR FM is the student-run non-commerical radio station of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. We serve the campus and community of Kalamazoo by airing a WIDeR variety of music that is unlike any other radio station. WIDR serves as an escape from all evil that exists in mainstream media. We provide our listeners with every genre, along with up to the minute news, sorts, and community and campus information.

  • Kalamazoo Local Music
    Our mission is to provide you with timely, comprehensive news and event information about the Kalamazoo area local music scene. With growing support in the community from venue owners, local bands, and avid music fans, Kalamazoo Local Music will be the most comprehensive and timely source for music events.

  • Kzoo Music Scene
    Kzoo Music Scene, LLC was created in order to provide the musicians and music venues of Kalamazoo a substantial resource to gain recognition, gain exposure, collaborate and promote their music and events. In an effort to support the music community and continue to see that music thrives in Kalamazoo promotion, sponsoring, and creation of musician opportunities is our priority and our main objective.

  • Fusion Shows
    FusionShows is an independent concert promotions company based out of Howell and Lansing, Michigan, dedicated to bringing you intimate, fee-free concerts in the best venues in Michigan!

  • WKZO/The Edge 94.1
    WKZO (590 AM) is a radio station licensed to Kalamazoo, Michigan broadcasting a news-talk format. The station offers local shows The Lori Moore Show, The Richard Piet Show and The Jim McKinney Show to go along with syndicated programming in the evening.
    WVIC (94.1 The Edge) is a radio station broadcasting a modern rock format. Licensed to Jackson, Michigan, it first began broadcasting on July 14, 1958 as WMKZ-FM simulcasting WIBM-AM. The station broadcasts from a tower near Springport, Michigan. The station can be heard from Kalamazoo to Ypsilanti, and from Alma, Michigan to Angola, Indiana.

  • Mostly Midwest
    Mostly Midwest may be ‘stationed’ in the Upper Peninsula, but lets face it; there’s more to local music than the Keweenaw can ever dream to know. As Mostly Midwest grows, I hope our number of writers does as well. For now, we’re going to be seeing updates from not only Houghton, MI; but also Kalamazoo, MI; East Lansing, MI; Mt. Pleasant, MI; and Chicago, IL.