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A DIY Event All About the Music

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Sweatfest is a DIY event tomorrow that brings bands from Fayetteville and Little Rock to fans.

Leigh Wood became General Manager of KUAF in August, 2019. Previously she was Membership Director of KUAF, Monthly Giving Manager at Heifer International in Little Rock and Development Specialist at KUT in Austin. She produces and hosts the weekly music program The KUAF Vinyl Hour.
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