KCBX Public Radio is a non-profit FM radio station and NPR member station founded in 1975. KCBX reaches listeners from Salinas to Santa Barbara. Nearly 90 percent of the financial support for KCBX comes from individual listener/subscribers, local corporate
underwriters, and proceeds from the Live Oak Music Festival. KCBX is a cultural resource that exists to enlighten and enrich the quality of life for its listeners and users, especially on the Central Coast of California. KCBX strives to serve listeners and users with interests in news, public affairs, and alternative musical arts, and encourages an interest in and appreciation of fine arts and local, national and global issues. As an NPR station, KCBX puts its community in touch with the world.
KCBX FM streams at www.kcbx.org and broadcasts on 90.1 in San Luis Obispo, 89.5 in Santa Barbara, 81.1 in Cayucos, 95.1 in Lompoc, 91.7 from Paso Robles to Salinas, and 90.9 in Santa Ynez, Avila Beach and Cambria.
About the Live Oak Music Festival:
The Live Oak Music Festival is a 3-day festival held each year in mid-June. The festival is a major fundraiser for KCBX Public Radio, an NPR member station, which broadcasts from San Luis Obispo, CA. Over 500 volunteers work together to create a unique atmosphere of music, art and family fun.