Thanks to everyone that voted to nominate us for Best Radio Station in the Red River Valley!

Now that we’ve been nominated, we need your support.

Go to the address below to vote for KRFF 95.9 Radio Free Fargo


On Saturday, April 13, 2019, radio stations throughout the USA and the world will celebrate the unique format of vinyl by broadcasting shows from vinyl only for the annual VINYLTHON.

Last year, 100 radio stations across the world came together for the third ever Vinylthon. This will be KRFF’s first Vinylthon celebration. The Spins begin at midnight this Friday!

Kicking Off the New Year Celebrating KRFF Shows New and Old

Radio Free Fargo is excited for the upcoming year with new shows hitting the airwaves and old shows continuing to show the rock solid state of community radio.

We started off the new year with a brand new talk show host! Just four weeks in and DJ KT G is bringing the comedy on the new show “Live at 27” on Monday’s from 8-9pm. KT G is talking with locals about the realities of life including dating, old technology, and adulting. “Live at 27” also features local musicians playing their jams making this for a truly eclectic experience you can’t miss.

Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing and indoor
DJ KT G and Kiley in the studio. Photo credit to DJ KT G

Make sure you check out the show and follow “Live at 27” on Facebook for updates on what’s to come!


Those listening locally and online have had a chance to catch some history with “Fantastical Radio Theater” as DJ Kaydin Clockwork highlights radio dramas throughout history. Tune in on Sunday nights at 11pm for and enjoy a good bedtime story, whether it’s horror, science fiction, mystery, or the tales of Superman. DJ Clockwork also provides soundtrack music from films and video games throughout history (and sometimes some hip-hop or rock and roll).

Find the show on Facebook at

Image may contain: text

image curtesy of Fantastical Radio Theater


On August 10, 2018 the show “Untitled” sparked the airwaves ascending from it’s former name, “Untitled DJ Rollie D Radio Show” (on the air since 2017) with hosts  DJ Rollie D, DJ N, and DJ 8:30.  Check out discussions on the news as well as free form music and original segments! Keep the station locked to 95.9fm Wednesdays from 9-11pm for laughs and great times. Check out their Facebook page at and listen to the archives at

image curtesy of


Of course there are shows that have been on the air and in the back of our minds for years. On of these is “The Russian Predicament” with DJ Superjuice on the air Sundays 3-5pm! Covering JPOP, other East Asian music, and internet subculture. DJ Superjuice has been on the air since the summer of 2006.

No photo description available.

image curtesy of The Russian Predicament


Don’t forget to check out all the diverse radio shows on Radio Free Fargo. Long standing shows such as “The Solidarity Effect, “Peace Talk Radio,” and “Radio Red E” have served our community for years. “Lavender Dumpster” is rushing the airwaves at a new time 5-7pm on Sundays. You don’t need a to worry about making a playlist on Friday nights because, “This Is Sugar,” “Dubknown,” and “Bass Sick Beats” have got you covered. Keep checking into the blog insider information on our local radio shows, and what we have going on in the area. You can access show times, show descriptions, and listen online at

How did we get here?

Radio Free Fargo  (RFF) was founded in 2007 as a community station partnered with ThunderRadio, the official radio station of North Dakota State University. Both stations broadcast from a facility on the edge of the NDSU campus for a number of years before moving downtown to their current location in 2013. The stations broadcast ona range of frequencies over the past decade in addition to adopting a single unified call sign KNDS.

In August of 2015, Radio Free Fargo steps out on it’s own becoming an independent community radio station broadcasting from the basement of the High Plains Reader building, the Fargo community newspaper. Our new frequency will be 95.9 FM and we will also be broadcasting over the internet as well.

Our DJs play a wide range of music reflecting a diverse range of tastes and we will be supplementing this programming with talk shows discussing issues of local and national importance and interest. The station plans to strongly feature the local arts and music scene and provide a vital resource to the Fargo Moorhead community.