The second annual Festival of Music is quickly approaching, Saturday September 27th, and we’ve got all the details you need to make the most out of your evening. There are a few changes to this year’s fest, the biggest one is that the stage and concerts have been moved into the Irvine Bowl on the festival grounds. That means all seats are assigned (no beach chairs needed) so you’ll only need a blanket for keeping warm into the evening hours. It also means that you’ll be treated to superior sound, staging and lighting. KX 93.5 has lined up an epic bill for us this year too. We’ll be hearing electronic indie LA buzz band Say Say, local favorite 133 and headlining the show, is the legendary Beach Boys!
The Low Down: As of right now tickets are STILL available. You can find them HERE. Doors open at 5:30pm and the music begins at 7:00pm.
Parking: VIP ticket holders will enjoy complimentary parking across the street from the festival. General Admission ticket holders can find parking in city-metered lots around the downtown area. We recommend carpooling or arriving early to find parking.
Food and Drink: KX 93.5 has partnered up with some of the most popular and tasty gourmet food trucks for this year’s fest:
Waff ‘N Roll combines the breakfast favorite waffles and savory classic sandwiches in one.
So Cal favorite Slapfish will be there with their famous seafood sandwiches and tacos.
Laguna’s very own Zpizza will be serving up organic and fresh pizza.
Featured cocktails and beer from Tito’s Vodka, Tres Sietes Tequila, No. 209 Gin, Stella Artois, Goose Island, and Ninkasi Brewing.
Hot Tip: Although there is no food or drink allowed in the bowl area, expect a 15-30 minute break between sets to exit the bowl and refuel on food and beverages.
Stay Connected: Get a behind the scenes look into the festival by following along to Visit Laguna Beach’s and KX 93.5 Twitter accounts on the day of the fest.
About KX 93.5: Founded Oct. 2012, KX 93.5 is Laguna's only FM radio station. It’s a non-profit, non-commercial radio station, focused on the music, the listener, and the local community. The format is “Generational Alt Rock” from the 1960s to current day indie acts. The station also features public affairs, surf reports, sports broadcasts and more.