KCBX-Central Coast Public Radio, San Luis Obispo, will present the annual Live Oak Music Festival in a virtual way. The festival this Summer was a COVID cancellation, but the station will offer an on air/online experience across its FM frequencies and digital platforms.
The event Live Oak Music Festival On the Radio will be on the same dates previously scheduled for the Live Oak Music Festival at El Chorro Regional Park in San Luis Obispo. Starting June 19th through the 21st, more than 30 hours of music from festival archive recordings will be featured along with some live concerts from local musicians.
Frank Lanzone, KCBX President/GM told the Paso Robles Daily News, “In its 30 year history, we’ve never had to cancel Live Oak. It’s hard to tell people that they can’t get together with their friends and celebrate with us this year, so we want to help them replicate, as much as possible, the spirit of Live Oak in and around their own spaces. We hope families jam together, camp out in their backyards together, and share their experiences with the community.”