As a shimmering oasis of music, BeachLife Music Festival is a great experience music lover don’t want to miss out. The festival is coastline music fest that takes place during May 3rd – 5th, 2019 at Redondo Beach in California. To incorporate the beach culture, the festival includes “Side Stage” pop-up restaurant, outdoor activities and many more surfing elements. The three-day event features Brian Wilson, Willie Nelson & Family, Violent Femmes and many more legendary lineups. It’s not an easy thing to choose the lineup icons. The co-founders of The BeachLife Festival, Allen Sanford and Rob Lissner, announced that “they(we) ’ve painstakingly curated this lineup to capture what they(we) believe is the unique spirit BeachLife.”
The band lineups are acclaimed as the tunes for the good times and exclusively catch BeachLife guests’ eyes. The festival invites California indie quartet Dawes, an American rock band which is actively touring their 2018 album Passwords in the States right now. Their sixth audio album reaches across the politic spectrum but receives great affection by the listeners. Inspired by The Beatles, Best Coast by young aged talents from a love of the 1950s and 60s surf rock has also confirmed the performing sets. The group started to gain their popularity after the unexpected commercial success of Crazy for You and continuously develop their influences. As one of the most iconic figures of country music, Willie Nelson debuted “Vote ‘Em Out” last year and has the unstoppable presence since the 1960s. This time, he will perform with the Family, Willie Nelson’s touring and recording group, in BeachLife. The singer/ songwriters Matt Costa and Grace Potter also highlight the venue, they both are ready to bring folk rock and pop rock energy to the epic sunset festival this year.
The festival will gain more attention when the Los Angeles-based punk group X perform in the fest. According to Press-Telegram, “X is one of the last from that era still standing and still busy touring with its original lineup.” Indeed, X earned more radiance for L.A. from being overshadowed by New York and London. This May, the legendary punk pioneers will keep contributing themselves to getting more recognition for west coast punk. If you want to spend a good time with friends old and new in the California style music festival, check out the tickets here and the lineup poster below:
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