College radio station KRUA 88.1 FM will be putting on a party for indie music fans this weekend at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium at UAA.
The station is celebrating it’s 15 year anniversary by bringing Omaha, Neb. based band Cursive and openers The Paper Chase to Anchorage for a performance Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. for $15-$25. Tickets are available at uaatix.com.
Check out Sarah Henning’s story on Cursive in the Play section.
KRUA Quick Facts
Courtesy of station manager Neil Torquiano
What was the first song to ever played on KRUA?
“It's the end of the world as we know it,” by R.E.M
What song is playing right now?
“Art is Hard,” by Cursive
Who is KRUA’s sexiest DJ?
Not exactly a DJ, but KRUA Sports Director Robert Stormo brings sexy back every time he drops his voice on the airwaves. You can catch him announcing UAA basketball games this season. Check the KRUA Web site for a sports schedule.
Can anyone be a DJ at KRUA?
Yes, KRUA volunteers are either UAA students or community volunteers. Anyone can attend our volunteer meetings to learn more. They are on the first Friday of each month at 5 p.m. in room 158 in the PSB building.
How can people listen to the station?
Tune in to 88.1 FM or our Web stream at krua.uaa.alaska.edu