There’s announcing your first lineup, and then there’s announcing your first lineup in the way the Beachlife Festival did on Monday.
Set for picturesque Redondo Beach, California on May 3-5, the fest is just teeming with talent spanning genres and decades, all in the name of what’s sure to be a great weekend on the sand.
Friday: Bob Weir and Wolf Bros
Saturday: Brian Wilson w/ Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin
Sunday: Willie Nelson & Family
…and many more! 🌊
— BeachLifeFestival (@BeachLifeFest) January 14, 2019
Broken down in word form:
Willie Nelson and Family
Brian Wilson w special guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin
Bob Weir and Wolf Bros.
As the Crow Flies featuring Chris Robinson
Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers
Chevy Metal ft. Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters
Colin Hay of Men at Work
Keller Williams Grateful Grass
Roots of Creation
Clayton Joseph Scott
His Eyes have Fangs
The Hollow Legs
In addition to three days of music, the Beachlife Festival will also feature a restaurant and a “winery village,” sure to appeal to the masses. More:
While music takes center stage at The BeachLife Festival, top SoCal chefs will also have a stage of their own. ‘Side Stage,’ a 50-seat, sit-down, pop-up restaurant, will give festival-goers access to an unprecedented upscale dining experience just feet from the main stage. Beyond Side Stage will feature a curated wine village with boutique wineries, a massive craft beer bar focused on LA breweries, a VIP poolside experience, an elite speakeasy, and multiple bars and food vendors and trucks across the venue. Band-inspired menus will be created by handpicked chefs such as esteemed California-based chef and restaurateur, David LeFevre. Additional chefs will be announced soon. A limited number of reservations will be available for $150 per person beginning March 1. More information, menu options, and details regarding reservations will soon be released via beachlifefestival.com.
As for passes:
Three-day passes are on sale now on the BeachLife website. General admission passes are currently $249 and VIP passes are $795. The Captain’s Pass, which includes additional perks like backstage access, complimentary alcoholic beverages, and valet parking is $2,000. A percentage of ticket sales will be donated to several charities, including: Surfrider Foundation, 5 Gyres, and Redondo Beach Police Foundation, with additional non-profits forthcoming.
See you there!