Weezer are planning to kickstart their four-part Seasons album cycle on the beach, headlining California’s BeachLife Festival. The fans are already gearing up to enjoy the heat of the summer with some ecstatic mix of tunes with the fest, which is on its third year. The fest is to be held starting from May 13 to 15 for three days and nights on the Redondo Beach waterfront will also feature bands like Smashing Pumpkins, Stone Temple Pilots, and Steve Miller Band. Smashing Pumpkins & Foo Fighters are also planned to play multiple shows down the road.
Smashing Pumpkins and Stone Temple Pilots are on the card
The first day of the BeachLife fest will see additional performances from 311, Black Pumas, Cold War Kids, Milky Chance, Cannons, Atlas Genius, and more. And, on Saturday, Vance Joy, Stone Temple Pilots, Capital Cities, and Michael Franti & Spearhead will take the four stages. Sunday wraps up the weekend with appearances from Sheryl Crow, Lord Huron, UB40 with Ali Campbell, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, among others.
The organization focuses on philanthropy, as well as eco- friendly and sustainable initiatives. BeachLife was co-founded by entrepreneurs Allen Sanford and Rob Lissner and is partially curated by Jim Lindberg from the famed South Bay punk rock band Pennywise, who books the festival’s SpeakEasy Stage.
Sponsored by Jack Daniels, the Speakeasy stage features punk, indie and ska frontmen playing in an acoustic setting. This year’s Speakeasy stage will include Art Alexakis of Everclear, prolific punk rock singer/songwriter Joey Cape of Lagwagon, Yotam Ben Horin of Useless ID, Dan Kelly from Fortunate Youth and Moi Juarez from Tomorrows Bad Seeds, among many more.
The complete BeachLife Festival lineup is available on the organizer’s official website. All ticket packages for the festival are available now.
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