The benefit for KZUM will feature performers from across the state and region, including Chicago's First Jason. Your $5 cover gets you into all five venues and directly benefits KZUM.
The blues-rockers brought their soulful energy to Bodega's Alley on Saturday night.
Lincoln Calling hosted a Give To Lincoln Day party on Saturday at Duffy's Tavern with A Ferocious Jungle Cat, Mesonjixx, Nublvckcity, Talent Show, and DJ Flycuts.
The Kansas City indie rockers were joined by the two Omaha groups for a packed Friday night.
Meet the worms and get a firsthand look at the vermicomposting operation while learning more about composting and sustainable farming, as well as techniques to improve your garden soil fertility, water retention, and soil warming.
Production facility tours and free T-shirts will be offered for guests who attend the anniversary ceremony, which is open to the public.
A celebration of Lincoln's cultural diversity, the event welcomed the public to enjoy international food, a film festival, booths, a citizenship ceremony, live music and dance performances.
Fresh off the announcement of their debut studio album, Devon Allman and Duane Betts led their band through a 2-hour show that showcased their versatility and featured a guest appearance by Gary Hoey, who had his own show at The Zoo Bar show across the street.
Listener support continues to account for the majority of KZUM's operating revenue. When you donate this week, your dollar does more through the Give To Lincoln Day matching pool. And we'll thank you with a brand new T-shirt, tote bag or KZUM mug and coffee from The Mill.
KZUM's free summer concert series runs May 23-Aug. 1, 2019 at Lincoln's Stransky Park (17th & Harrison) with a summer full of performers from across the state and region.