HPPR

Who wants to be "High Plains Famous?" Stop by HPPR's booth at Create! on Saturday, Aug. 19th from 11a - 3p. We'll be enlisting kids to RECORD THEIR VOICE to support public radio across the High Plains! PLUS: a folk star photo booth, buttons, invitations for the "HPPR 3-Day Challenge" and more!

Who knew so many of the good people of Garden City would venture out on a Sunday night for a live jazz concert? 

HPPR would like to thank our honored guests, The Bob Bowman Trio from Kansas City, for their phenomenal concert on  March 6th. It was broadcast live on air from our Garden City studio in front of a live audience.  

This show was made possible by: Hicks Thomas LLC - A Texas energy and trial law firm.

UPDATED CONCERT SCHEDULE!

Please mark your calendars! We may have lost Tia McGraff, but we gained The Dustjackets in two cities. 

Thank you for supporting live music on the High Plains!

The Vogts Sisters

Saturday, July 2
LIVE  in Garden City, KS

HPPR Studios ~ 210 N. 7th Street
Doors @ 6:30 pm | Show @ 7:00 pm

Please RSVP online, or call us at 806.367.9088!
Suggested Donation: $15
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Who are THOSE GUYS? Now that’s a question this trio of seasoned musicians has heard more than a few times.

Perhaps because they choose to duck out of Amarillo’s acoustic live music venues. “We know most of the local working musicians,” the trio says. “We don’t need to take gigs that could be theirs.” Rather, they stick to playing events, benefits, gatherings of friends and family, and their monthly residence at area assisted living centers.

A dedication event: KCSE Lamar

Mar 11, 2015

Join HPPR for a reception and concert dedicating an upgrade to our station serving southeastern Colorado, Thursday, March 12, 5:30pm MDT, at the Cultural Events Center, 104 West Parmenter, in Lamar.

Expanding public radio in SE Colorado

Apr 25, 2014

HPPR has had a presence in SE Colorado dating back to the mid 1980s and now we plan to expand and strengthen that service to the region.

Our objectives and benefits for this project are expansion and enhancement. This project has four primary objectives:

Update report on High Plains Public Radio - October 2012