Vintage Vinyl and Cherished CDs Are Yours at KGNU’s Annual Yard Bazaar

Denver, CO – What’s better than new vinyl? Old vinyl! And KGNU will have plenty of old vinyl, new books, CD’s, and media equipment to choose from when our Annual Yard Bazaar is held Saturday, Sept. 4 in the courtyard of our new Denver studios, located at the Buell Public Media Center, 2101 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO, 80205.  Event soundtrack provided by KGNU Radio DJs on two turntables!

Whether you are right-sizing your living space, digitizing your crates, or changing your taste, music lovers tend to have an overflow. Please consider making a donation of your gently-used audio treasures at our Boulder and Denver studios during business hours, by calling 303-825-5468 or by emailing Dave@kgnu.org to arrange a pick-up. Then come to the sale at our Denver station, 2101 Arapahoe St. in Denver, and explore some new-to-you sounds. 

Either way, we hope to see you at KGNU’s 2nd Annual Yard Bazaar, Saturday, September 4, starting at 10 a.m. Unearth forgotten treasures and explore the dynamic spectrum of the deep dusty grooves, in support of your community radio station, KGNU. 

What: KGNU’s 2nd Annual Yard Bazaar 

When: Saturday, Sep. 4, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 

Where:  Courtyard of the Buell Public Media Center

2101 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO, 80205

Questions? Email Dave@kgnu.org 

KGNU works 24/7 to connect communities on and off-air highlighting overlooked or under-represented voices in the community through our diverse music and news programs and radio training programs for youth and adults. 

Seventy percent of KGNU’s funding comes from individual donors. We are currently seeking donations and community partners to participate in the Fall Membership Drive. To get involved go to “give.kgnu.org” or call 303-449-4885. 

Learn more about the mission and people when your radio dial hits 88.5 FM, 1390 AM Denver/Boulder, 98.7 FM Fort Collins, or 93.7 FM in Nederland. These frequencies combined with KGNU’s digital media player enhance your listening experience on a computer or mobile device at kgnu.org, AfterFM.com, and News.kgnu.org.  KGNU is community-powered radio – more than 85 percent of KGNU’s programs are locally produced by 400 volunteers on-air and behind the scenes. 

About KGNU Community Radio

KGNU is a volunteer-powered, listener-supported community radio station, heard locally at 88.5 FM in Boulder and Denver, 1390 AM in Denver, 93.7 FM in the Nederland and Ward area, 98.7 FM in Fort Collins, and online at kgnu.org. We seek to stimulate, educate and entertain our audience, to reflect the diversity of the local and world community, and to provide a channel for individuals, groups, issues, and music that have been overlooked, suppressed, or under-represented by other media. The station seeks to expand the listening audience through the excellence of its programming without compromising the principles stated here. For more information or to get involved visit: kgnu.org.

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