In this episode of SLO County Summer, reporter Ava Kershner gives you an inside look at the Palos Robles Olive and Lavender Festival. Usually, the two events happen separately, but coming back from previous COVID cancellations, the two events banded together for a day the community will never forget…
Changes to LIB times are the main reason as to why Cal Poly students are no longer attending the festival as planned.
Meet the characters of San Luis Obispo’s Shabang XI Music Festival on the premiere of Good News with Rachel Showalter.
Whether you want to taste handcrafted ciders, enjoy the music of local bands, or sing along to world-renowned artists, you can do it all during this festival season.
The student films are created in collaboration between two Cal Poly courses, ISLA 341 and ART 483.
Three artists discuss how they found their passion for sea glass and how they create their art to share for festivals, such as the Cayucos Sea Glass Festival
Doors open at 7:15 for the annual Indian Student Association Diwali banquet in Chumash Auditorium.
The Cambria Scarecrow Festival is celebrating its ninth season of colorful scarecrows lining the streets of Cambria, San Simeon and Harmony. The month-long festival began Oct. 5th with a gala kickoff at the Cambria Nursery. Event attendees enjoyed live entertainment, appetizers, wine, a silent auction and the announcement of this year’s winning scarecrow. Close to […]
Many festival-goers find it easy to rationalize such an expensive purchase.
The annual Central Coast Railroad Festival draws hundreds and teaches SLO residents how their city was built because of the railroad.
This one-day festival will have attendees grooving to the tunes of Iration, Collie Buddz and Nahko and Medicine for the People.