Support KX 93.5, the non-commercial station dedicated to Laguna Beach's community. Your tax-deductible donation helps us pay our music licensing fees, our talent, upkeep for our station and equipment, and it keeps independent radio on the air in Laguna Beach.
See what your dollars support by viewing our 2014 budget.
Become a Member
$50 per year
$19.35 per month
$93.5 per year
$1000 per year
- Member Card- Discounts at participating Laguna Beach restaurants. » Full list
- Access to pre-sale tickets for the annual KX 93.5 Festival of Music
- Pearl Card- "Activist" Card benefits,
- Two VIP tickets to our annual KX 93.5 Festival of Music in the Fall ($350 value)
- Two tickets to our annual fundraiser in the Spring ($300 value)
Radio for lovers of Laguna
and the glory days of FM.
It only takes a few minutes of listening to a modern, corporate FM station to tone it out. Listeners complain about hearing the same 40 songs, losing touch with the on-air personality, and missing the good ol’ days. In today’s age of the iPod and satellite radio, why take responsibility from the on-air host, the only thing that makes radio unique? We know you can get the music anywhere, so we want to make the whole experience the reason you listen.
KXRN is a non-commercial, member- supported radio station dedicated to connecting Laguna’s community and beyond through alternative music, local performances, and public affairs programming that informs, educates, entertains, and inspires.
Forget Clear Channel.
Large radio owners are losing millions of dollars a year, but they aren’t doing anything about it. Radio has to go local to survive, and that’s where we come in.
Made in beautiful
But heard anywhere at KX935.com
KXRN is a 501(c)(3), meaning we rely on membership and donors to survive. Your money goes directly toward our facility, equipment, maintenance, music licensing, and staff. You’re helping fund the future of a timeless medium that has lost its way and many of the great bands commercial radio ignores. You are revolutionizing modern radio and bringing it back to its roots.
Because we think it’s cool.