The BeachLife Festival is a music festival that features artists from a variety of different genres: rock, reggae, indie, and more. This year the festival will be taking place in Redondo Beach, California from May 13 – 15. Headlining the festival this year is none other than these iconic rock bands: Weezer, Smashing Pumpkins and Steve Miller Band.
On opening day (May 13), Weezer kicks things off as the headliner with additional performances by 311, Black Pumas, Cold War Kids, Milky Chance, Cannons, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, Atlas Genius, The Aggrolites, Hoist The Colors, Joey Cape of Lagwagon, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Jim Lindberg of Pennywise and along with some other amazing artists.
Then, on the second night (May 14), Smashing Pumpkins are headlining. There will also be performances by Vance Joy, Stone Temple Pilots, Matisyahu, Sugar Ray, Magic!, Phantom Planet, Art Alexakis of Everclear, Rita Wilson and more artists as well.
On the last night of the festival (May 15), at the top of the bill are rock legends, the Steve Miller Band. On the line up that night is Sheryl Crow, Lord Huron, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Wall Of Sound, Dan Kelly of Fortunate Youth, The Hip Abduction, Latch Key Kid, the Allman Betts Band, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and even more!
This will be The BeachLife Festival’s third year running, having it’s start back in 2019 when Willie Nelson and Brian Wilson played. The event was started by entrepreneur, Allen Sanford, along with his business partner, Rob Lissner. In 202o, the lineup featured Counting Crows, the Steve Miller Band, UB40, War and Fitz And The Tantrums. In 2021, there were artists such as Jane’s Addiction, Cage The Elephant, Portugal. The Man and Ziggy Marley.
The Steve Miller Band and UB40, along with a couple of other artists as well, are the festival’s returning alumni from past shows. When artists return for another time around, that’s how you know a musical festival is fun.
So, be sure to buy your tickets to the 2022 BeachLife Festival. Tickets for the event are on sale now.
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