Welcome to North East Victoria and Southern NSW community radio station. We play many genres of music from old classics to today’s hit and promote local artists to give them the opportunity to be on the air.
OAK FM is also proud to bring you live local football & netball broadcasts. So whether it is tuning in for the Aussie Rules Footy, netball or local sports updates or listening to some of our amazing local muso’s, you are sure to be entertained at OAK FM.
This Saturday and Sunday starting at 1.15pm Oakfm will broadcast the Wangaratta and District A Grade Grand Final between Yarrawonga Mulwala and Beechworth live from the Norm Minns Oval. The commentary team are looking forward to our first ever broadcast of a Cricket Grand Final.
John Clohessy, Nat Gigliotti and Ian Gambold will be joined by various local Cricket people during our coverage.
Rutherglen stalwart Wayne Cooper, Yarra identity Terry Brear along with Benalla Legend Trevor Saker and Greta all rounder Matt Gathercole are 4 who have expressed interest in giving comments during our coverage.
On this page there is a step by step guide how to use the Tune In App which can be added to your Mobile Phone.
Our coverage on Saturday will also include score updates from other Cricket Grand Finals:
Wang A Reserve: Yarra Mul v Rov Bruck
B Grade Rov Bruck v Ovens Valley
Cricket Alb Wod Provincial Lav V Nth Alb
Gary Athanatis will give regular score updates from the Corowa v Yackandandah district Grand Final.
The Broadcast can also be heard via live streaming on the Oakfm website. www.oakfm.com.au
Thanks to those businesses showing interest in sponsoring OAK FM for 2018 Football & Netball season. All enquiries to OAK FM on 57221569 or John our sales rep 0405161814. Keep our sport in the community ….😜 …
40 years ago, Australia’s Skyhooks issued their "Guilty Until Proven Insane" album. Their new guitarist Bob Spencer added a tougher, hard rock edge, but their trademark naughtiness was still much in evidence with tracks such as "Why Don’t You All Get **cked" causing no end of conniptions. The first single was the instant classic "Women In Uniform", which was later covered by Iron Maiden of all bands! Another roof raiser was "Hotel Hell" which was used on the Fox reality TV show of the same name. After this album, Shirley Strachan followed Red Symons out the door and while the rest of the band soldiered on they couldn’t recapture the magic of their heyday and called it quits at the end of 1980. They reformed just three years later for a triumphant national tour with the original lineup, but that’s a story for another day.
Expression of interest for any businesses who would like to sponsor OAK FM for the 2018 Ovens & Murray Football/Netball season. Very competitive rates and high exposure. Please call the studio on 57221569. …
Down By The River + A Hitch To The Sticks Festival presents
March 17, 2018, 4:00pm – March 17, 2018, 10:00pm
The sixth annual Down By The River Festival is a free event offering a kaleidoscope of flavour, music, activity and culture. The part-music festival, part-twilight market has become a staple in Council’s event repertoire and as audiences continue to enjoy the combination it has become an offering not to be missed.
Rural City of Wangaratta is excited to announce they have joined forces with ‘A Hitch To The Sticks Festival’ with a line up sure to impress that takes place on March 17th from 4pm-10pm at Apex Park in Wangaratta.
Expect a hearty assortment of roots, folk & rock n’ roll from the some of best bands from the region has to offer and artists afar. The festivities will also include roving musicians, bungee trampolines, jumping castles, bongo drums and a little bike projector!
Dallas Frasca (ex-Wangaratta)
Monique Brumby (Tasmania)
Liv Cartledge (Wandiligong)
The Quick & The Dead (Wangaratta)
Tay Oskee (N.E Arnhem Land)
For those who haven’t heard of A Hitch To The Sticks Music Festival. It is a World-First of it’s kind festival started by ex-Wangaratta musician Dallas Frasca and her good buddy Renee Delahunty. The adventure starts on a coach that leaves from Melbourne on Friday evening and takes the audience on the road to a picture of 10 private (secret) and public events across North East Victoria over the weekend (one being the Down By The River) and arrives back in Melbourne on the Sunday evening.
Join the dissembarking passengers and meet the legendary bus at Down By The River!
Soak in the sounds of North East Victoria’s homegrown talent and artists afar. While the sun sets, you soak up the good vibes!
TWILIGHT MARKERS | BEER, FOOD, WINE & FOOD AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE | FAMILIES WELCOMED!