20 Gay Street
Rockland , ME 04841
Phone: 5940721

WRFR's Mission Statement
WRFR is community radio in the most basic sense.

Our station is locally owned and operated, and all of our volunteers live, work and produce their shows in Knox County. We strive to enrich the local and online communities we serve by providing access to the airwaves, thoughtful programming and forums for expression and connection.

We represent a slice of Midcoast life, and a wide variety of experiences and viewpoints. We are unified in our effort to serve the community.

We appreciate, and attempt to live up to our responsibility as a public broadcast medium, with humility and integrity. We work to continue evolving and growing through our experience as a group and as individuals.

Our success is fueled by community involvement.
We're a hive of activity! Stop in and find out why!  WRFR 20 Gay St. Rockland.

Blues Festival Ticket give away !!!!!

Bonnie of Farmer's Got The Blues and the Bonnie Farmer Show, will give away a two-day pass for the North Atlantic Blues Festival on Friday's show, (July 11). Listen to Bonnie 4:30 - 6:00 PM. for details on how to win the ticket, worth $70.
Free Blues Festival Ticket Giveaway on WRFR 93.3 & 99.3

Through the generosity of a WRFR patron we will be giving away a Blues Festival Ticket for the two day event, July 12 & 13th. Tune in to WRFR 93.3 & 99.3 for more information on how to win and when!
Sooth your summer evenings on WRFR 93.3 & 99.3 ...

Listen to us to chill out on these hot day and nights
Watch Phish drummer Jon Fishman's interview on WRFR ...

Maine Coast TV along with WRFR Recorded Joe Steinberger's interview with the drummer from Phish, Jon Fishman. Here is the link...
New Show on WRFR 93.3 & 99.3 Streaming WRFR.ORGHigh ...

The host of this show is Gary Wheeler who has studied ufology extensively and is interested in talking with those who have had experiences in what the UFO community calls ‘high strangeness’ . These experiences, not always UFO related, go beyond what is termed ‘normal’ and often leave the ...
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