KZUM Celebrates 44 years on February 14, 2022. You can support locally produced community radio by donating online, here, or by calling in during your favorite shows by dialing 402-474-5086 ext. 1.
This is a special presentation by KZUM. This special presentation features an interview with Lincoln City Council member Sohn-Dra Washington. Washington will be hosting a panel as part of the E.N. Thompson Forum called “A Conversation on Race and The Arts,” on Wednesday, February 9 which features Anna Deavere Smith.
Applications to perform the 2022 season of KZUM's Stransky Park Concert Series are now open. KZUM’s Summer Concert Series is set for May 26-July 21, 2022.
We have some Year End lists from our Programmers. This includes some favorite music, music-books, and even an essay from our old friend, Jack of Hearts.
KZUM's Year End Giving begins Nov. 30 with Giving Tuesday. KZUM has been supported by our community for nearly 44 years. You can support KZUM during the Giving Tuesday, and all winter long.
This special presentation features an interview with Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia. Wadhia will be speaking as part of the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues. The E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues is a cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation, Lied Center for Performing Arts, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It was established in 1988 with the purpose of bringing a diversity of viewpoints on international and public policy issues to the university and people of Nebraska to promote understanding and encourage debate.
Lincoln's annual music festival, Lincoln Calling, brought many awesome acts to Lincoln's outdoor stages. You can see some photos that we were able to get while on the scene.
KZUM is currently looking to fill several board positions! You can apply to be a part of KZUM's board of directors or the Community Advisory Board. You can also take a look at Internship and Podcasting opportunities.
Every year at KZUM, we dedicate Labor Day Weekend to celebrating the blues. Starting at 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 3, KZUM will be running nothing but the blues until Midnight, Tuesday, Sept. 7. You can see the schedule below to see when your favorite programmers will be taking their spin at the blues.
Sneaking in on Friday might have been the least talked about concert happening that week. And while it may have been drowned out by all the other events going on around town that week, certainly wasn’t the quietest. In fact, it was probably the loudest.