No wonder KZSC is one of the top college radio stations in the country with listeners like you! Thanks to everyone who has given during our Fall On-Air Fundraiser; we wouldn’t be able to do what we do from Surf City without you. But the party isn’t over yet. You can still make a difference and contribute to community radio. Surf our DONATE PAGE to pick a fine thank you gift while supporting our efforts at The Great 88.
No matter where you are, our KZSC shirt says it best. It’s a classic that’s been spotted almost everywhere. You can get one in time for the Halloween holiday by doing what other radio fans have done during our Fall Fundraiser…donating to KZSC. Go to our KZSC MERCH STORE for your “Commercial Radio Sucks” shirt.
We’ll be interrupting our regular programming this week to remind everyone that community radio cannot survive without financial support from those who listen…even pumpkins. Help The Great 88 stay great by donating during our annual Fall On-Air Pledge Drive. We’ll spin the music, talk the talk, provide some treats as incentives and all you have to do is call and give. It’s also super easy on-line with our DONATE PAGE. We are counting on you!
You’ve already got your costume figured out, but what about where to spend your Halloween night? KZSC has your treat because we have tickets to The Flaming Lips show Halloween night, October 31st at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Not crazy about The Lips? How about Gov’t Mule, Iron & Wine, Cocorosie or Balkan Beat Box? KZSC will be offering pairs of tickets to these and other live music events as thank you gifts when you give during our Fall On-Air Pledge Drive. Be advised: we have limited quantities of these tix, so call early and donate to The Great 88 for your chance to see some killer shows.
- Seabright Stringfest Apr 24th-26thApril 24, 2015 - 1:08 pm
- MOON BLOCK presents fourth annual Desert Daze Festival!April 21, 2015 - 2:40 pm
- New World Charts-mid AprilApril 21, 2015 - 2:23 pm
- Fri Apr 24: Jordan, Jesse, Go! Live in Santa CruzApril 21, 2015 - 5:18 am
- Programmer of the Month: Jacob Block (Brickfrog)April 21, 2015 - 1:57 am