RETRO 102.5 Official Northern Colorado Radio for Christmas

For the 25th consecutive holiday season, Windsor, Colorado-based 102.5 FM has switched from its current format of broadcasting “70s, 80s and more” to All Christmas.

When it comes to bringing the best of holiday programming to the Fort Collins area, RETRO 102.5 leads the way again. RETRO 102.5: The Northern Colorado Christmas Resortstarted at noon, November 18, 2022.

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RETRO 102.5 plays all the Christmas and holiday songs that put a smile on the faces of lovers of the season in Colorado. Andy Williams, Mariah Carey, Frank Sinatra, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Manheim Steamroller, Michael Bublé, Darlene Love, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, to name a few.

During the weekdays of the season, RETRO 102.5 will broadcast 102.5 minutes of commercial-free music to help listeners enjoy the workday. Every weekday morning, starting November 28, 2022, RETRO 102.5 will bring Northern Colorado the latest from Santa’s Workshop with News from the North Pole during by Chris Kelly To display.

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During by Kama show, it will help listeners count down number of sleeps until the Big Man arrives. In the afternoon, where David Jensen normally has the 80’s Hot Tub Time Machine, he will now have the Snow Globe Time Machine of Christmas Trivia.

By using the RETRO app 102.5, listeners can record a holiday greeting to someone in the Fort Collins area that makes them happy, every season of the year. These greetings will air on RETRO 102.5 throughout its Christmas lineup.

From RETRO 102.5 Brand Manager, Dave Jensen,

For all of the past few years, 102.5 FM has enjoyed being the station listeners in the Northern Colorado area can rely on to bring them the songs they love, with fun along the way. Merry Christmas to everyone !

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