The Q104 / Fees Kompany Pledge for Pets RadioThon raised over $80,000 over the weekend. Allan Fee, Glenn The Funny Song Man, Carley McCord and Woody The Producer hosted a live broadcast from 6am - 6pm on Friday and 10am -4pm on Saturday. Listeners called into the show with their donations.
This is the 9th year the show has hosted the fundraiser for The Cleveland Animal Protective League. "This is a very special event for everyone involved." Fee said. "The people here perform miracles every day. We need to do all we can to help."
Fees Kompany will host "TEQUILA FEST" this Saturday, May 10, 2014 at ZOCALO on East 4th Street in downtown Cleveland.
The event runs 1pm - 5pm and will feature several tequilas available for tasting.
This is the second fourth year the show has hosted the event.
2nd Annual Danny Parmertor Memorial Fundraiser
Date: Saturday, March 1, 2014
Location: LaVera Party Center, Willoughby Hills, Ohio
Tickets: 1 ticket per couple, includes 2 dinners is $125, or 1 ticket for a single person, includes 1 dinner is $75
You can support this event by:
• Offering a donation of your products or services
• Making a monetary contribution
• Placing a patron advertisement in our event program
CLICK HERE to view information about our 2nd Annual Danny Parmertor Memorial Fundraiser. Please note there will be an open bar, and therefore, the event is 21 and over only. Thank you.
The Chagrin Falls Park Community Center is bringing back Allan Fee to host its Monte Carlo Night on Saturday, February 8, 2014 from 6pm - midnight.
Try your luck at the blackjack table, or take a spin of the roulette wheel. Be a winner in your community at this fun packed benefit. An evening of casino-style gambling, raffle items, heavy appetizers and drinks with proceeds benefitting the Chagrin Falls Park Community Center.
Sun Valley Banquet Party Center
10000 Edwards Lane
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44020
Tickets are $50 per person pre-purchase and $60 at the door.
For more info call 440-279-8184 or www.chagrinfallspark.org
Allan Fee is set to host a Browns tailgate / clambake at Billys Martini Bar in Mentor, Ohio. The "Mini Muni" is coming up this Sunday, October 20th beginning at 10am.
The Browns play an away game at Green Bay.
"These people know how to throw a party!" Fee said. "With the Browns on a roll, it will be an awesome event!"
The $25 tickets must be purchased in advance of the event. For reservation and ticket info, call 440-585-8815.
Billys Martini Bar is loacated at 7338 Industrial Park Blvd, Mentor, Ohio.
BOO BASH 17 is coming up Saturday, October 26th at The BoneYard in Mayfield, Ohio.
The event will feature music from "The Breakfast Club" and a costume contest with $1,000 in prize money.
Tickets are available for $10 at the door and being given away on Q104.
Q104s Allan Fee will host the costume contest. "Year after year, this party proves to be the best of the year!" Fee said. "The costumes are always amazing and The Breakfast Club is the best party band in the land..."
The BoneYard is located at 5900 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, Ohio.
Q104 morning host Allan Fee has signed on to host the 8th annual 'LUAU on the LAKE' at Wendy Park at Whiskey Island. The benefit for SHOES and CLOTHES for KIDS will take place Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 4-9pm.
"I love Luau on the Lake!" Fee said. "The people who put this together are quite festive and know how to throw a party. Its a great cause and a great time."
Glenn Anderson and Allan Fee from Q104s FEES KOMPANY will host The 7th Annual Rollin on the River Friday, September 20th, 2013. The event will take place at Windows on the River in downtown Cleveland from 7:30-11:30pm.
The casino-themed event will benefit The Hunger Network. It will feature gaming, silent auction, music, cocktails and the infamous 'Boat load of BOOZE' raffle.
Tickets are $59 before September 6th. $69 September 7-19 and $75 at the door.
Q104s Allan Fee has signed on to host The 2nd Annual Chardon Beer Fest on September 14th. Fee will host along with Jenn Harcher from 19 Action News who lives in Chardon.
The event drew over 800 people last year and is expected to double that this year. There will be live music from noon to 5pm with over 20 beer vendors expected. Along with the beer, the event will also feature a "Taste of Chardon" that will showcase 8 restaurants from the area.
"I love beer, music and Jenn Harcher is a dear friend! We are gonn have a great time". Fee said.
The 8th Annual Q104 Pledge For Pets RadioThon raised more than $123,600 this week. The total topped the 2012 total.
The crew from the Fees Kompany morning show broadcast live over two days taking donations for The Cleveland Animal Protective League.
"This is my favorite event each year." Allan Fee said. "Its so exciting being around such passionate people who perform miracles each day."
This years total pushed the overall total over the one million dollar mark. "It was our goal to top a milliion dollars this year and we did it! These are tough times and every donation is so greatly appreciated." Fee said.
TOMO has announced its After Work Party schedule this upcoming spring and summer. Allan Fee has agreed to host the weekly Friday event.
Beginning April 26th, The After Work Party starts at 5pm every Friday and will run through the summer.
"I am thrilled to host The After Work Party at TOMO!" Fee said. "I love their sushi! Its the perfect place to kick off the weekend. We are gonna have a good time this spring and summer!"
TOMO Sushi & Hibachi is located at 1293 W 9th St
Cleveland, Ohio in the Warehouse District.
The schedule is set for Sundays St. Patricks Day pre-party and parade.
Allan Fee, Glenn Anderson and Woody The Producer will be at The Clevelander in downtown Cleveland on Sunday from 11am -1pm.
The crew from Fees Kompany will then participate in The St. Patricks Day parade shortly after 2pm on Sunday.
The parade after-party will take place at The Clevelander.
The Clevelander is located at 834 Huron Road in downtown Cleveland. For more information call 216-771-3723.
Allan Fee to host ÂCelebration Under the StarsÂ live auction fundraiser to benefit the children of St. Joan of Arc school in Chagrin Falls, a National Blue Ribbon School promoting excellence in education. The date is set for Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
Live music RUN AVRIL RUN, Open bar/food
St. Joan of Arc, 496 E. Washington Street , Chagrin Falls 44022
The 4th Annual Lorain Cancer Crushers Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction
is set for Saturday May 11th, 2013 at Rosewood Place in Lorain, Ohio.
Q104 morning host Allan Fee returns as host of the event. "These people have raised a lot of money in the fight against cancer and they know how to have a good time!" Fee said of the event. "Im honored to host and look forward to a great night."
Tickets are $25, semi- formal attire, all you can eat and drink beer and wine with complimentary hors doeuvres
Doors open 6:00 pm, Auction starts at 7:30 pm
4493 Oberlin Ave.
Lorain, OH 44053
SPONSORED BY: MORRIS CADILLAC PONTIAC GMC INC
Ryan Davis, 8 years old, was diagnosed with an AVM near his brain
stem on November 3, 2013. Since that time he has had numerous surgeries due to the AVM and complications surrounding the condition. He spent seven weeks in Rainbow Babies and Childrens Hospital and several weeks in Cleveland Clinic Childrens Pediatric Rehabilitation Hospital.
After being sent home for only three days, he was back at Rainbowâs
for yet, another surgery. In an effort to help the familys evergrowing
medical expenses, Willoughby-Eastlake Schools staff will be
hosting a night of volleyball fun. Come watch staff from several
different schools compete against each other in a friendly, fun night
of volleyball. There will also be a bake sale and raffle items for
All proceeds from the event will go directly to the Davis family.
Friday, Feb. 8th
Willoughby South High School
Admission Cost: Adults $5.00, Children $2.00
Max. per Family $10.00
Allan Fee has agreed to host The Ryan Leighty Benefit on January 26th, 2013 at St. Clarence Hall, North Olmsted. The event will take place between 6pm-midnight.
Ryan Leighty is a 14 year veteran of the Cleveland Fire Department, life-long resident of Cleveland, Ohio, a St. Edward High School graduate and a friend to many. On November 16, 2012 Ryan suffered from a severe brain trauma consequently requiring surgery and intensive rehabilitation. The purpose of the benefit will help raise funds to support his medical expenses. The Ryan Leighty Fund is established at The Firefighters Community Credit Union (Tax ID: 61-1699359).
The event will feature Chinese, 50/50, and side board raffles along with beer, wine, food and music.
Tickets can be purchased at P.J. McIntyres, The Public House, Backstage or Cleveland Firehouse #33
From The Angels For Kids website:
Allan Fee will host a wine tasting at Corks in Amherst, Ohio on Saturday, February 23, 2013....
Wine tasting and beer, assorted cheeses and fruits, music, amazing items to raffle all for only $25 a ticket to benefit Angels For Kids Foundation, a non profit dedicated to improving the lives and self esteem of homeless and underprivileged children.
So happy to have the support of Q104 morning radio show host Allan Fee who will be hosting this fun filled event!
Free valet parking
Only 100 tickets will be sold!
Call or text 440-225-0554 or
Shanyn@angelsforkidsfoundation.com to order your tickets
The Q104 2013 Bridal Fair is set for Sunday, January 20th at La Centre in Westlake, Ohio.
The show will feature a fashion show hosted by Allan Fee & Katherine Boyd from "Fees Kompany" with appearances from the Q104 air-staff. It will also showcase several bridal vendors and contests for future brides.
Brides can register for the event at www.Q104.com
La Centre is located at 25777 Detroit Avenue.
For the second straight year, Allan Fee has been asked to host the OYSAN Workshop and Awards luncheon. This year, the event will take place at Crowne Plaza at the Cleveland Airport on February 9th.
Fee has been involved in youth soccer for several seasons as a coach and is the president of The Nordonia Hills Soccer Association (NHSA).
"Its an honor to host this event!" Fee said. "The people who put it together are very passionate about growing soccer in Northeast Ohio"
The Crowne Plaza is located at 7230 Engle Road in Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
The Fees Kompany morning crew is set to host The Best of Cleveland at The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on October 12. The event is sponsored by Cleveland Magazine.
Allan Fee, Katherine Boyd and Glenn Anderson will host the evening that will feature live music and food from the top restaurants in Cleveland.
"We are thrilled to be back hosting the event" Fee said. "Its one of the best parties of the year in Cleveland."
The Best of Cleveland officially sold out this week. Tickets are no longer available.
"Dress For Success" will host "Puttin on the Ritz" at The Silver Grille in the Higbee Building in downtown Cleveland this Friday night.
Allan Fee has signed on as MC for the annual fundraiser that will feature auctions and live music.
"Its a wonderful group of people doing great things for women." Fee said, "They know how to have a good time while helping people. I really have a lot of respect for "Dress for Success".
The DAWGS for DOGS event to benefit The Cleveland Animal Protective League is coming up on Saturday, July 21, 2012. It will take place at SCOUNDRALS in Berea, Ohio from 5-8pm.
Once again, Allan Fee has agreed to host the event that features players from the CLEVELAND BROWNS, tailgating activities and all you can eat and drink for $25.
"I LOVE this event!" Fee said. "Its like an authentic tailgating party without having to worry about winning or losing and it goes to a very important cause."
Scoundrals is located at 826 Front Street in Berea, Ohio.
The 7th Annual Q104 Pledge For Pets RadioThon helped raise over $120,000 for The Cleveland Animal Protective League this week. The two day broadcast on location at The APL also included the adoption of several animals.
"This is such an exciting event", Q104 morning host Allan Fee said. "The energy of everyone involved and the kindness of our listeners blows me away!"
Sushi Rock has extended their string of Happy Hours with Q104. Allan Fee will appear at the downtown location on Friday nights at 5pm through spring. Listeners will be given a chance to win a Sushi Rock Happy Hour for ten people at the event. The downtown Happy Hour will also features sushi and drink specials.
CLEVELAND (February 16, 2012) Cleveland will get a taste of the excitement at Churchill Downs as the thoroughbreds line up at the starting gate when West Side Ecumenical Ministry (WSEM), a subsidiary corporation of Center for Families and Children, hosts its 12th annual Kentucky Derby Party.
The fundraiser, which benefits the WSEM Food Centers, begins at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 5 at Great Lakes Brewing Company Tasting Room, 2516 Market Avenue in Cleveland.
"People love the Derby and all the rush and anticipation that goes along with it" says Ann Weinzimmer, chair of Success Partners, a group of community minded young professionals who are the driving force behind the event. At our event, you are dressed in your best Derby attire, a mint julep in your hand and when everyone is watching the race; it feels like you are in the grandstands at Churchill
Downs. We sell out every year, and we hope this year will be no different.
Event proceeds support the WSEM Food Centers, one of Clevelands largest food distributors, which provide meals to more than 43,000 individuals and provides more than 19,000 outreach and supportive
services to families and children. The WSEM Food Centers are also the only food pantries on the west side that provide information, referral and outreach services to help individuals meet basic human needs.
Q104 Radio Morning Host Allan Fee will emcee the event, which will feature authentic Derby fare, including hors dÃÂoeuvres, mint juleps and Great Lakes Brewing Company beer. The event will also
feature reverse and lucky choice raffles, the ability to bet on your favorite horse and a silent auction.
Sponsorship opportunities are available including a Horse Betting, Hat Contest and Ad Wall sponsorships for $200.
Tickets for the event are $60. For more information, call 216-651-2037, or go to the WSEM website at www.wsem.org . Order tickets online via the ÃÂDonate Online/Event RegistrationÃÂ link from the WSEM
homepage and select ÃÂKentucky Derby Day Event from the drop-down menu.
WHAT: For teens around Northeastern Ohio, Spring is typically the season when many turn to thoughts of taffeta dresses, tuxedos, and corsages. Prom nightâ¦ a special experience for most teenagers to dress up and dance the night away with their friends.
But what do you do if you are going through chemotherapy? If you have lost your hair? Or, you are just too ill to attend your schools prom?
Fortunately kids with cancer have the opportunity to attend a very special promâA Prom to Remember, previously called the Unforgettable Prom, is an event committed to providing memorable nights to children with cancer, in partnership with The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland.
Over 100 teens, ages 12-19, will be treated like stars as they arrive in limousines and walk the âred carpetâ before entering the Silver Grille. When they arrive, they will be welcomed Hollywood-style by WKYCs Hollie Strano, who will serve as this years red carpet mistress of ceremonies along with Q104 morning host Allan Fee. Each teen can bring one guest â either a date, sibling or friend; but with one stipulation â NO parents are allowed (so the teens can really experience their prom without parents hovering).
The prom is free-of-charge to the children and their families, thanks to the assistance of sponsors and donations. Everything from tuxedos, dresses, hair and make-up, door-to-door limousine transportation, prom photos, food, music and more are all being provided.
WHO: Three area hospitals are preparing the guest list: Akron Childrenâs Hospital, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Childrens Hospital and The Cleveland Clinics Childrenâs Hospital
WHEN: Saturday, March 31st, 2012 from 7 pm to 11 pm
WHERE: The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, 1515 West Third Street, Cleveland
QUESTIONS: For further information, visit www.apromtoremember.org or call 440.255.7593.
Sushi Rock has announced a six-week Happy Hour Series that will be hosted by Q104 morning host Allan Fee. The Friday night events will take place at the downtown Cleveland location and the Beachwood location beginning at 5pm.
Sushi Rock Happy Hours are Monday - Friday from 5-7pm
1276 West 6th Street
2101 Richmond Rd # G1
LEGO KidsFest is coming to Cleveland this weekend. It brings all of the creative hands-on, minds-on fun of LEGO building and experiences together in one activity- and entertainment-packed family event for children of all ages and builders of all skills and interests.
Allan Fee will host a special presentation on Saturday, November 5th between 10am-NOON.
I-X Center (West Entrance)
One I-X Center Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44135
Dates & Sessions:
Friday, November 4th
4 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, November 5th
Session I: 9 am – 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm – 7:30 pm
Sunday, November 6th (Remember Daylight Savings Time ends -- turn back your clocks!)
Session I: 9 am – 1:30 pm
Session II: 3 pm – 7:30 pm
Note: Each session offers the same exhibits and activities
(CLEVELAND) The second annual T2P2+B2 gala benefitting disadvantaged women and men throughout Northeast Ohio by collecting and distributing feminine hygiene products and other unmentionables will be held Wednesday, November 23, 2011 from 6:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. at the Lake Erie Building at Templar Industrial Park (formerly Lake Erie Screw Factory) at 13000 Athens Avenue in Lakewood.
Each attendee has to bring an unmentionable product donation such as tampons, pads, boxers, or briefs and heavy winter clothing is also in need. Product donations will be distributed to local shelters during the holiday season. Cash donations will be used to purchase additional products and to support the T2P2 mission of providing critical unmentionables for the less fortunate in Northeast Ohio.
In addition to a product donation, the cost of the event is $40 in advance and $50 at the door.
Tickets will include food, drinks (including Christmas Ale from Great Lakes Brewing Company) and entertainment. Advance tickets can be purchased online at: www.t2p2.org
T2P2+B2 will be hosted by Q-104s Allan Fee and will feature two performances by noted Cleveland singer/songwriter Anne E. Dechant. Anne E. is a four-time winner of Clevelands Best Singer Songwriter award from Scene Magazine, and a 2007 inductee into The Cleveland
Free Times Magazines All Star Musician Category. She soon will be releasing her sixth album, Swing.
AKRON, Ohio (October 10, 2011) –On Saturday, October 29, 2011 The Masque of the Red Death, a Halloween party like no other, will return to the Akron Civic Theatre on Saturday, October 29, 2011. The macabre masquerade party, hosted by the Akron Civic Theatre and Evant Inc, is a unique Halloween celebration for adults based loosely on Edgar Allan Poes tale of decadence and devastation.
The dynamic event debuted last year with a stunning turnout of bold, beautiful, fanciful and fantastically costumed attendees. Attendees will experience delicious food, drinks and dancing paired with paranormal, psychic and astrological readings from DJ Ownbey (Love Psychic), Teena Angellique and Shirley Workman (Tarot Cards and Palmistry), Rita Risser (Mayan Astrologist), Rev. Liz Madsen (Pet Psychic) and Nikki Rettman (Henna Tatoo Artist), macabre portraiture by Andrew McAllistar, spontaneous arts performances and the live music provided by Cult of the Psychic Fetus.
In the story, Poe tells of a country ravaged by a hideous plague, the Red Death. Undaunted by this pestilence, Prince Prospero (played by Allan Fee of Q104) called to his castle those of the upper caste to wait out the plague behind lofty walls and locked gates. After a few months of seclusion, the Prince held an opulent masked ball for his friends. On the cusp of midnight, an uninvited guest arrives at the party... the Red Death itself. To add intrigue to the night, a game may be played by the revelers who wish to “unmask” death. Details of the event and instructions for the game will be unveiled on the party website at www.reddeathparty.com.
Guests may attend the party from 9:00pm to 1:00am for $50. The $50 ticket includes admission, food, beer, wine and signature beverages and access to paranormal readings. A VIP option is available which includes valet parking, a portrait picture, an exclusive pre-party with paranormal readings, open bar and express drink service for $100.00. You must be 21 to enter. Tickets are available at the Akron Civic Theatre Box Office (330) 253-2488 or online at www.reddeathparty.com.
Allan Fee and Glenn Anderson are set to host The 2011 Best of Cleveland at The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Friday, October 14th. This will be the thrid time Fee has hosted the event and Andersons first.
"This is a great showcase of what Cleveland is all about! Im looking forward to an awesome night." Fee said.
The event is presented by Collection Auto Group and Scene Magazine.
Strip Steakhouse is set to host A Fall Harvest vodka tasting on Thursday, October 6, 2011. The tasting will feature Hangar 1 Vodka, food, entertainment and giveaways. Allan Feeis set to host the event at Strip Steakhouse at The Clifton Barn in Avon, Ohio.
"Im excited about this event." Fee said. "The people at Strip are first class. Their first tasting was awesome and this tasting is supposed to be even better!"
Allan Fee has signed on to host a bridal fair at The Airport Sheraton on Sunday, September 25, 2011.
The event will feature a fashion show and several vendor booths. Q104 will be there with a chance to win concert tickets and other prizes.
The Airport Sheraton is located at 5300 Riverside Drive in Cleveland, Ohio.
Allan Fee will be at Thistledown Race Track for The Chili Cook-Off this Saturday, August 27th, 2011 from 2-4pm.
Toohey & Fee will be at "Pack the Park Pink" night at The Lake Erie Crushers game on Friday, August 26, 2011.
The event is sponsored by The Morning Journal & CBS Radio-Q104.
Everything with the Lake Erie Crushers will be pink for the final Friday home game at All Pro Freight Stadium, including the team jerseys. Toohey & Fee will be auctioning off the jerseys throughout the game! Proceeds will be donated to the fight against Breast Cancer.
Tickets to the game will be given away during the Toohey & Fee show leading up to the event...
Allan Fee will be at Beachwood Buick / GMC this Friday, July 15, 2011 from 4-6pm. Fee will be there along with The Q104 Street Team with concert tickets and other prizes.
Beachwood Buick / GMC is located 25975 Central Parkway in Beachwood, Ohio.
Q104s Allan Fee is teaming up with afternoon host Heather B to host "Halloween In July" at The BoneYard in Mayfield on Saturday, July 9, 2011 from 8-10pm.
Allan Fee has signed on to appear at Gales Westlake and Donzells Garden Center in Akron in September.
Fee will be in Weslake on Saturday, September 24th from 1-3pm and at Donzells in Akron on Sunday, September 25th from 1-3pm.
Allan Fee is set to host "DAWGS FOR DOGS" this Friday, June 25th at Buffalo Wild Wings at 8465 Pearl Road in Strongsville, Ohio.
The event is a fundraiser for The Cleveland Animal Protective League and will feature an appearance by Joe Haden of The Cleveland Browns.
The cost is $25 and includes all-you-can-eat wings and all you can drink Miller Beer.
"This is a HUGE party and a MUST for BROWNS fans" Fee said. "The BROWNS BUNCH knows how to throw down and have a good time. I love that it benefits The APL."
The event runs from 5-8pm. For more info go to www.DAWGS4DOGS.com
The Q104 Pledge For Pets RadioThon raised over $125,000 for The Cleveland Animal Protective League this weekend. The two-day broadcast from 6am-6pm on Friday and 10am-4pm on Sunday was the 6th radiothon for The APL hosted by the morning show at Q104.
"Its an emotional rollercoaster with a happy ending" Allan Fee said. "Im so proud to be involved with this event each year. The people of The APL are so passionate about what they do and deserve our support."
After the announcement of the totals for the weekend, APL Executive Director Sharon Harvey was pleased with the results: "THANK YOU for an unbelievably meaningful two days ...we cleared $125,000 after going off-air and the adoption total was 80 animals."
Allan Fee is set to host the grand opening of the new "LIZARDVILLE" in Bedford Heights, Ohio on May 26th from 6-8pm.
"LIZARDVILLE" is a beer store and whiskey bar that features an outdoor patio. "I attended the soft opening and absolutely love it!" Fee said. "Its a casually classy place with an amazing selection. I look forward to spending time on the patio."
"LIZARDVILLE" is located at 25380 Miles Road, Bedford Heights, Ohio.
CLEVELAND (January 29, 2011) The annual Run for the Roses is coming to Cleveland when West Side Ecumenical Ministry hosts its 11th annual Kentucky Derby party from 4- 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 at Great Lakes Brewing Companys Tasting Room, 2516 Market Avenue in Cleveland.
Allan Fee has agreed to help host the event for the third time. "They put on a wonderful party! Its a good time with great people", he said of the event.
Tickets for the event are $50. For more information, call 216-651-2037, or go to the WSEM website at www.wsem.org .
Once again, Allan Fee has been talked into another role at The Akron Civic Theatre. This time heading up Al Capones gang at a major fundraiser for the theatre.
PUTTIN ON THE RITZ is a themed 1920s party fundraiser like no other. Puttin on the Ritz will transform the Civic into the coolest speakeasy ever! The party begins at 6:30 PM on Friday, May 13, 2011.
The night begins as party-goers enter the Speakeasy at 6:30pm to enjoy hearty appetizers and âhooch to wet your whistleâ. Guests will be entertained by the sultry songs of Helen Welch. Later, Verb Ballets performs an amazing dance on the Grand Staircase and the Keystone Cops may just âbust the joint openâ.
At 8:00pm, Al Capone and his gang will escort everyone into the Auditorium for a silent movie accompanied by the Mighty Wurlitzer organ.
"I think I was aked to play Capone because I was the biggest guy they could talk into doing it." Fee said. "They promised me free food and a couple of cocktails...it was an offer I couldnt refuse...."
Fee has been notorious for his roles at The Akron Civic Theatre. His brief dancing career was cut short at "The Nutcracker" because organizers couldnt find future roles with even less dancing. Fees acting career ended abrubtly during "The Masque of the Red Death" event last Fall when he was killed at the end of the show by a transvestite.
"That was rough, I havent fully recovered from that one yet..." Fee said.
After a live auction, the stage will be transformed into a casino gaming hall, where the stakes are high and the fun is non-stop with entertainment by the Jack Shawnz. Deserts and coffee will round out the night.
Guest will also be able to participate in activities such as the Jail and Bail Fundraiser. The Civics own Keystone Cops will be serving arrest warrants for gangsters, moonshiners and thugs issued by other guests to be carried out on their close friends. Mug shot opportunities will be available.
Silent and live auction items will be featuring autographed merchandise from Bill Cosby, The Cake Boss, Celtic Woman and Gabriel Iglesias and signed guitars from The Temptations, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt, George Jones, Imagination Movers, Dierks Bentley and Don Williams!
Ticket price is $75. Ticket includes Valet parking, off Bowery St., 2 drink tickets and unlimited âHoochâ, the specialty drink of the evening. Hearty appetizers, Desserts and $10,000 in Gambling Loot. You must be 21 to enter. Tickets are available by calling the Akron Civic Theatre at (330) 535-3179 or online at www.AkronCivic.com/CTC. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
All proceeds benefit The Akron Civic Theatre.
The full schedule is available at www.akroncivic.com. Additional events will be added throughout the season. Tickets and information are available in person at The Civic Box Office or by calling 330.253.2488.
"THE LORAIN CANCER CRUSHERS" raised over a record $16,000 Saturday night at their annual Bachelor / Bachelorette Auction. Allan Fee hosted the event that featured 20 bachelors and bachelorettes from the area.
Allan Fee will be at Gales Westlake Garden Center on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Fee will be there from 3pm-5pm along with The Q104 promo team giving away prizes.
Allan Fee is set to host the second annual "Cancer Crushers" Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction in Lorain, Ohio next month.
Date: Saturday, April 16th
Where: Rosewood Place
Time: Doors open for cocktails @ 5:30 and live auction starts @7
Tickets are $30 and that includes all you can drink beer and wine and food. There will be a cash bar for liquor. We have 21 Bachelor/ Bachelorettes this year and the Chinese raffle going on. All of the money goes to the American Cancer Society.
If you need any other info just let me know!
The Toohey & Fee Show will make an appearance at SWEETIES CANDIES on Friday, April 15, 2011 from 11am - 1pm.
The family-friendly event will feature giveaways, surprise guests and Easter pictures.
The store is located at 7480 BrookPark Road in Cleveland, Ohio.
St. Joan of Arc School , Chagrin Falls . Allan Fee has agreed to help host the exciting “Night at the Races” Derby Style fundraiser to benefit the children of St. Joan of Arc School . Fee will make this appearance on Saturday, March 5th in the evening.
In addition, The Toohey & Fee Show is donating a spot as “Guest DJ” on the show for the Chinese raffle festivities taking place that evening. The winner will have the opportunity on air to promote their business or a charity dear to their heart.
The APL Pledge for Pets Fundraising Kick-off will take place at DONATOs PIZZA in Parma, Ohio on Tuesday, April 12th, 2011.
Allan Fee will be on-location between 4:30-6:30pm.
Allan Fee and Jen Toohey will host an intimate private performance from The Plain White Ts later this month.
The Q104 Coffee Shop with The Plain White Ts will take place Friday, February 25 at Ante Up Studios in Cleveland. Tickets can be won on air from Q104.
The mini-concert will also include a Q&A session with the band.
Plain White Ts plays The Beachland Ballroom later that night.
Allan Fee is set to attend to Grand Opening of MOEs SOUTHWEST GRILL across from Cleveland State University. Fee will be there on Thursday, March 10, 2011 from 11am - 1pm.
CLEVELAND, OHIO- Q104s Toohey & Fee will renew the vows of 24 Cleveland couples Monday, February 14th at Bay Lanes Bowling in Bay Village to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Toohey & Fee have been giving away Bowling Lanes all week on their show to couples who want to celebrate Valentines Day with the top rated morning show. All couples will be treated to bowling, food and fun. Plus “Father Fee” will be renewing each couples vows on site!
Toohey & Fee can be heard on-air weekdays from 5:30a-10am, streaming live on line at www.q104.com on your smart phone through the radio.com app.
Jen Toohey and Allan Fee will host "CYCLE FOR SURVIVAL" at The Solon Community Center this Sunday, February 13th. Registration starts at noon and the ride will take place between 1-5pm.
"We are excited to be part of such a fun and meaningful event" Fee said. "These are good people doing a great thing."
TIME - REGISTRATION STARTS AT 12, RIDING FROM 1-5
WHERE - SOLON COMMUNITY CENTER / 35000 PORTZ PARKWAY / SOLON
CONTACT - STACY STARKOFF - email@example.com/440.248.9963
CLEVELAND (January 29, 2011) The annual Run for the Roses is coming to Cleveland when West Side Ecumenical Ministry hosts its 11th annual Kentucky Derby party from 4- 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 at Great Lakes Brewing Companys Tasting Room, 2516 Market Avenue in Cleveland.
Allan Fee has agreed to help host the event for the third time. "They put on a wonderful party! Its a good time with great people", he said of the event.
Ã¢ÂÂIts a WSEM tradition,Ã¢ÂÂ says Judith Z. Peters, president and CEO of WSEM about the event. Ã¢ÂÂThis is the must do event of the year for race lovers and those who just want to get caught up in the excitement of it all while supporting a good cause. And we have the best of Cleveland with Great Lakes Brewing Company Beer. Great Lakes has been so gracious to host our event for the past 11 years. The Conways are amazing people.Ã¢ÂÂ
Event proceeds support the WSEM Food Centers, one of Clevelands largest food distributors, which provide meals to more than 45,000 individuals and provides more than 13,000 outreach and supportive services to families and children. The WSEM Food Centers are also the only food pantries on the west side that provide information, referral and outreach services to help individuals meet basic human needs.
The WSEM Kentucky Derby Party will feature authentic Derby fare, including hors doeuvres, mint juleps and ClevelandÂÂs own Great Lakes Brewing Company beer. The event will also feature reverse and lucky choice raffles, the ability to bet on your favorite horse and a silent auction.
Tickets for the event are $50. For more information, call 216-651-2037, or go to the WSEM website at www.wsem.org . Order tickets online via the Ã¢ÂÂDonate Online/Event RegistrationÃ¢ÂÂ link from the WSEM homepage and select Ã¢ÂÂKentucky Derby Day EventÃ¢ÂÂ from the drop-down menu.
Founded in 1966, West Side Ecumenical Ministry (WSEM) is a nonprofit social service organization working to help individuals and families become more self-sustaining through programs that provide emergency food and outreach services, employment training and placement, early childhood education and counseling solutions. For more information, visit www.wsem.org.
About the WSEM Food Centers
WSEM Food Centers of Excellence provide meals to more than 45,000 individuals and provides more than 13,000 outreach and supportive services to families and children. Outreach advocacy includes crisis support, referrals to community resources, job readiness and educational services.
The Toohey and Fee Show will make an appearance at Applebees on Tiedaman Road this Wednesday, January 19th from 6-8pm to help raise money for The American Heart Association.
The event will feature "Professional Flair Bartenders" who juggle, set things on fire and auction of drinks for a great cause...
"This will be a fun event for us..hopefully we wont break anything" Fee said.
The 2011 Q104 Bridal Fair is coming up Sunday at The downtown Cleveland Renaissance Hotel. The event will feature several booths, experts and two fashion shows at 11am and 2pm.
The Toohey and Fee Show will be on hand to host and model the latest bridal fashions.
The Toohey & Fee Show will host an OHIO STATE Sugar Bowl Party in early January. Here are the details.....
OSU ALUMNI CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND PROUDLY PRESENTS THE
OHIO STATE VS ARKANSAS SUGAR BOWL 2011 GAME WATCH PARTY
HOSTED BY THE Q-104 TOOHEY & FEE MORNING SHOW LIVE FROM THE FOX N HOUND IN PARMA, OHIO 8735 DAY DRIVE (440-842-8840)
TUESDAY, JANUARY 4TH STARTING AT 7:00 PM
MARDI GRAS THEME FEATURING:
APPEARANCES FROM THE TOOHEY AND FEE SHOW, THE OSU ALUMNI BAND, GREATER CLEVELAND LIVE JAZZ MUSIC FEATURING SAX MAN RAY
NEW ORLEANS STYLE SUPPLEMENTAL MENU
Jen Toohey and Allan Fee will be in-studio at WOIO Channel 19 Friday morning during the 5-5:30am weather segments. Toohey & Fee will work alongside Meterologists Jason Handman and Jen Harcher.
"Im excited about the opportunity to do the weather" Toohey said. "Its a great opportunity for me to showcase my meterological skills"
Fee said the whole concept is foreign to him; "I dont know the difference from a triple dog dare ya doppler vs an Alberta Clipper...and I cant read a weather map any better than I can read Jens mood swings in the morning."
Allan Fee has agreed to host Snow Days at Progressive Field. The Cleveland Indians have transformed their ballpark into a winter wonderland that includes ice skating, tubing and other family friendly activities.
Allan Fee hosting schedule at Snow Days...
11/26 (Snopening Day fireworks) 3p-10p
11/27 9:30 am to 2 pm
11/28 11:30 am to 6 pm
12/10 5:30 pm to 10 pm
12/15 6:30 pm to 9 pm
12/17 5:30 pm to 10 pm
12/18 Â3:30 pm to 8 pm
For schedule and ticket information on Snow Days at Progressive Field, go HERE
Allan Fee is set to co-host WKYC Channel 3s "GOOD COMPANY" this Monday morning at 10am. Fee will work alongside Andrea Vecchio and Fred Griffith during the one-hour show.
Cleveland Indians manager Manny Acta is scheduled to appear on the show.
(Cleveland, OH) The Associate Board of The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland is pleased to host the 13th Annual MicroBrew Extravaganza. Allan Fee will MC the event that benefits The Free Clinic.
Join us on Friday, November 12th, for an evening of live musical entertainment, dancing, a catered buffet dinner, and the finest
selection of beers from area microbreweries, including The Brew Kettle, Buckeye Brewing Company,Cleveland Chop House and Brewery, Cornerstone Brewing Company, Fatheads Brewery, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Indigo Imp Brewery, Rocky River Brewing Company, Thirsty Dog, and WilloughbyBrewing Company.
The MicroBrew Extravaganza begins at 6:30pm at Massimo da Milano (1440 West 25th Street in Cleveland) and features five hours of live music performed by Punch The Clown, a catered buffet,unlimited beer tasting, and a selection of great silent auction items. Tickets are $60 in advance, and all proceeds benefit The Free Clinic to provide quality medical, dental, behavioral health, and HIV services free of charge to the growing uninsured community.
For more information, contact Mike Kinsella at (216) 707-3418 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In a taped interview with the "Toohey & Fee Show" Wednesday morning, The Food Networks Guy Fieri challenged the shows Allan Fee, Jen Toohey, Glenn Anderson and Producer Nick to join him on stage at The Fabulous Food Show at The IX Center. The appearance will take place after 5pm Saturday night. Details have not been released, but there is word the show will be dressed in "throw-back attire".
Last year, members of The Q104 morning show appeared on stage with Fieri for a question / answers segment. This years appearance will "take things to the next level......"
Q104 afternooner JEN TOOHEY has been announced as Rebecca Wildes replacement in the morning on Q104. Toohey, who has hosted the 3-7 timeslot for over 6 years, takes over Monday morning.
"I have known Jen for ten years," Co-host Allan Fee said. "Jen will make the show better both on and off the air."
Toohey will join Fee along with Glenn "The Funny Song Man" Anderson and Producer Nick Smalc.
Wilde announced she is leaving the show a month ago after nearly ten years with the station.
The Nordonia Hills Soccer Association wrapped up its fourth travel soccer season this past weekend. The NHSA played The Fall 2010 season with a record 6 travel teams.
"Travel soccer continues to grow in Nordonia Hills and we are very proud of what the players, parents and overall league has accomplished in such a short time." Travel Coordinator and NHSA VP Tom Seasholtz said.
The NHSA also runs a soccer academy for players 4-10 years old. The Fall Academy season wraps up this Saturday at Sagamore Park.
For pix and more info on The Nordonia Hills Soccer Association, go to www.nhsasoccer.org
Allan Fee will appear on WKYC Channel 3s "GOOD COMPANY" this Wednesday morning to promote his upcoming appearance at The Akron Civic Theatre.
Fee is hosting "The Masque of the Red Death" this Saturday night at the theatre. The fundraiser party is based on the Edgar Allen Poe story and will feature actors amonst the party-goers.
Fee will appear in the first segment of "GOOD COMPANY" Wednesday morning at 10am.
Tix for the event are $50 in advance and $75 at the door.
For more on the event, go to www.reddeathparty.com
Allan Fee will make an appearance at Moes SouthWest Grill in Parma on Thursday, October 21, 2010 from 11am-1pm.
The event is to celebrate the re-grand opening of Moes.
Allan Fee has signed on to MC this weekends fashion show to benefit St. Branabas in Northfield, Ohio.
The show is Sunday, October 17 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Twinsburg. Doors open 10:30. It is a brunch/fashion show to benefit the technology needs of St Barnabas School.
"I live in that community and Im excited to be part of such an exciting event" Fee said. "I have friends who have kids who attend St. Barnabas. Its really a great opportunity."
The Cleveland Magazine Best of Cleveland Party is coming up this friday at Clevelands Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Allan Fee will co-host the evening festivties including "LIVE" music, great food and a showcase of "The best of Cleveland".
This marks the second time "Wilde and Fee" have been tapped to host the event.
Tickets are available at The Rock Hall Box Office or at www.ticketmaster.com
Q104 has signed on to host five nights with The CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA over the next several months. "Fridays @7" begin this Friday, October 1st at Severence Hall.
Allan Fee will host all five of the nights with the orchestra: October 1, December 3, January 14, 2011, April 1, 2011 and June 27, 2011.
"Im thrilled to be apart of this exciting series." Fee said, "The Friday night series is relaxed and a lot of fun! I cant wait!"
ParmaTown Mall has given its PierogiFest a new name. Allan Fee will be hosting "The Ethnic Fest" this Saturday from Noon-2pm at center stage of the mall.
There will be "LIVE" music and food from area vendors.
Q104 will be on-location with a chance to win tons of pirzes including major concert tickets.
Allan Fee is set to host Zaleski Productions Bridal Fair at The Mayfiled Hilton Garden Inn on September 26. 2010.
The event will feature two fashion shows along with several wedding-related booths from area vendors.
Fees appearance will be between 3-5pm.
Allan Fee has agreed to host "The Masque of Red Death" at The Akron Civic Theatre on Saturday, October 30, 2010.
The masquerade party is for adults 21 and over and will include audience participation.
"Its a chance to be among the hundred of souls to celebrate deep into the night with music, dancing and unexpected happenings at a most macabre,artfully elegant, daring, dramatic and decadent Halloween masquerade party."
"I have to admit Im both excited and a little concerned about this event", Fee said. "Promoters told me I may not leave the theatre alive...but overall, it should be a pretty good time."
Saturday, October 30th 8pm @ The Akron Civic Theatre
Tickets are $50 in advance or $75 at the door.
For more info, call 330-253-2488
Allan Fee is set to host and play in The First Annual Mickey Sims Scholorship Golf Outing this Friday, July 2, 2010 at The Aurora Country Club.
Former Ohio State Buckeye and current Detroit Lion Rob Sims (Mickeys son) put the event together as a tribute to his late father. Mickey passed away right after Rob won the national championship at Ohio State in 2002.
The event is catered by The Winking Lizard and will festure a live & silent auction.
"The people involved in this outing are first class and know how to have a good time." Fee said. "There will be plenty of good times before, during and after the event".
The event is open to the public and the cost is $100 per player.
For more info, call 440-570-2593
5th Annual Browns Kickoff Bash details!....
Here is the info for our 5th annual "Browns Kickoff Bash" and benefit for the Berea Childrens Home
hosted by the Browns Backers of Berea, Scoundrels, Budweiser, WKNR, and hosted by Q104s Allan Fee - OPEN TO ALL (Browns Backers and non Browns Backers included).
Last year we had over 400 people at this party thanks to your help. This year we are pushing for over 500 Browns fans.
Date and Time: Saturday, July 24th starting at 6pm until whenever
Where: Scoundrels Bar and Grille, 826 Front St. in Berea
Cost: $20 before the day of the party all you can drink draft beers/well drinks from 6pm-9pm and food. Tickets are $25 if you buy at the door
Purpose: Our official Kickoff Party for the Browns season and benefit for the Berea Childrens Home
Appearances: Possible appearance by Browns President Mike Holmgren. Other players to be announced soon
As always this is a tailgate style party with a pig roast, tailgate style food, live music, cornhole tournament ($10 entry per team), games, raffles, door prizes, and some of the biggest and best tailgaters in Cleveland. Oh, and of course, all you can drink
draft beers/well drinks from 6pm-9pm! Top prize for the cornhole tourney are (2) Dawgpound tickets for a Browns game this year.
Door Prize - Buy your tickets for $20 before the day of the party and get entered into a door prize raffle for a handpainted Cleveland Browns cornhole set. (Only available for those who buy pre-sale tickets)
Tickets can be purchased now at b3kickoff.com or by contacting me at 216-233-0807.
This kickoff party has become one of the biggest and baddest Browns parties around and the "official way to kickoff the Browns season", all for only $20. Keep in mind tickets are $25 at the door, so get your tickets earlier because they will go fast. Come on and out help support your club and the Berea Childrens Home. It will be a great time you wont forget!
Allan Fee will co-host WKYCs "GOOD COMPANY" on Memorial Day. The one-hour show will be taped on Tuesday of this week and will air Monday, May 31 at 10am.
Fee will co-host along with show regulars Andrea Vecchio and Fred Griffith.
Guests will include former Cleveland Browns player Al "BUBBA" Baker and several guests related to the long weekend festivities.
Fee has been a frequent guest on "GOOD COMPANY" and has co-hosted twice before.
PIEROGIFEST 3 at ParmaTown Mall drew its largest crowd on Saturday afternoon. The Q104 sponsored event featured multple pierogi vendors from the area and "LIVE" music.
PERLA PIEROGIS won the event for the second time. They finished second last year.
"I always enjoy hosting this event" Allan Fee said, "The people at ParmaTown are awesome and really know how to throw a party."
Allan Fee will host a Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction on Friday, May 28 at Rosewood Place in Lorain.
The Relay for Life event is being put on by The Lorain Cancer Crushers with proceeds going to The American Cancer Society.
Doors open @ 5:30pm. Auction starts at 7pm.
4493 Oberlin Avenue
Allan Fee is set to host the 3rd Pierogi Fest at ParmaTown Mall on Saturday, May 22, 2010.
Listeners will be invited to sample Pierogis from Perla Pierogis, Tuckys, Moms Pierogis, Sues Pierogis and many other vendors in the area.
The event will feature LIVE Polka music from Frank Cardone Polka Band. There will be games, prizes and a kids Pierogi Craft Table.
This Springs Pierogi Fest is sponsored by Bryant & Stratton and will run 11am - 2pm.
The 5th Annual Q104 Pledge For Pets Radiothon was a huge success this weekend! After raising over a half million dollars in the events first four years, this weekends live-broadcast added over $140,000 to the overall total.
The 18 hour broadcast on location at The Cleveland Animal Protective League included an appearance from American Idol Jason Castro.
American Idols Jason Castro will make an appearance at this weekends Q104 Pledge For Pets RadioThon. Castro will join Wilde & Fee on the air this Saturday at 1pm at The Cleveland Animal Protective League.
Friday, April 30 - Saturday, May 1st
The Q104 Pledge For Pets APL RadioThon . Live Broadcast on-location all day both days. This is the 5th year of the event. It has raised over $500,000 for The Cleveland Animal Protective League.
Wednesday, May 5th
Throwing out the first pitch at The Cleveland Inidans game. The Wilde & Fee Show will toss out the ceremonial first pitch. Game time at Progressive field is 12:05pm vs Toronto.
Friday, June 18th 7pm
Allan is on location for "Rock The Park" in Twinsburg, Ohio
Saturday, June 22 Noon
Pierogi Fest @ ParmaTown Mall in Parma, Ohio
Thursday, June 24th
Lions Club golf event at Valley Aire
Saturday, June 26th
Golf event to benefit soccer
Pine Lakes Golf Course, Hubbard, Ohio
Saturday, July 17th - Sunday, July 18th
STP Bike Ride from Seattle, Washington to Portland, Oregon
The Cleveland Indians have invited Wilde and Fee to throw out the first pitch before next weeks day game.
Allan Fee and Rebecca Wilde will team up with Producer Nick Smalc and co-host Glenn Anderson for a multi-person first pitch before the Wednesday, May 5th game against Toronto at Progressive Field. Game time is set for 12:05pm.
Allan Fee has signed on to bike from Seattle, Washington to Portland, Oregon this summer. The "STP" ride is set for July 17-18.
The 31st annual Group Health Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic is the largest multi-day ride in the Northwest. Up to 10,000 riders make the 200-mile trek. The route, carefully marked with directional arrows, leads riders through the scenic valleys, forests and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon.
Fee has biked in similar events in Ohio and California. He participated in The Pedal To The Point Ride 4 years ago from Cleveland to Sandusky, Ohio and back. He also rode around Lake Tahoe in a Team in Training event in 2005.
"Im looking forward to riding in this event with two of my closest friends. Im 42 years old and needed a goal like this to jump-start my new fitness plan" Fee said.
Total distance (miles) 202.25
Uphill distance (miles) 30.87
Uphill altitude (feet) 1,951
Maximum altitude (feet) 463
The Wilde & Fee APL RadioThon is set for Friday, April 30 - Saturday, May 1, 2010. Wilde & Fee will broadcast live both Friday and Saturday in an effort to raise money for The Cleveland Animal Protective League.
Last year, RADIOTHON raised over $170,000!
Q104 listeners are encouraged to sign up and become a Q Cash Captain, Q Cash Kid, or Q Cash School and start collecting Doggy Dollars and Kitty Kash!
Participants collect spare change and donations with the official collection kit they are sent after registration. Wilde & Fee will collect donations at the Doggy Dollars/Kitty Kash Bash at the RainForest at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on Wednesday April 28, from 6 pm to 8 pm.
Both Rebecca Wilde and Allan Fee have adopted animals from The Cleveland APL. Fee and his family adopted "Lucy", a 2-year-old yorky-poo last August.
On-line donations are also accepted at The APL website.
The WILDE & FEE St. Patricks Day 2010 LIVE broadcast was a huge success at The Gateway Winking LIzard (3-17-10). The show included visits from CAVS broadcaster AUSTIN CARR, NEWSCHANNEL 5 anchors PETE KENWORTHY & KIMBERLY GILL, SLIDER from The Cleveland Indians, The O Hare Irish Dancers, The 87th CLEVELAND PIPE BAND and several listeners.