KGNU Community Radio DJ Erin Stereo will be supplying the music May 2 via video-conferencing broadcast live on 88.5 FM & 1390 AM (Courtesy photo)

By Charlie Brennan, Boulder Daily Camera | Boulder’s KGNU Community Radio wants to come to the rescue of area high school seniors who are destined to miss out on their prom nights due to the coronavirus, with an alternative dance event for students of the Boulder Valley and Denver public school districts.

Slated for 6 to 9 p.m. May 2, KGNU is hosting a video-conferencing broadcast LIVE on 88.5 FM and 1390 AM, with a video guest list to include 50 senior couples dressed in formal attire. The program will feature live music provided by KGNU’s two-time Westword magazine “Best of Denver” DJ Erin Stereo. It will be chaperoned by KGNU’s Denver program manager and DJ, Deeprawk Dave Ashton. The entire event, complete with the virtual “crowning” of Prom King and Queen, is to be broadcast live on KGNU radio.

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Charlie Brennan is a 35-year Colorado news veteran, now covering environment, science, JonBenet Ramsey and more for the Boulder Daily Camera and Longmont Times-Call.

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