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This weekend, KROQ, Travis Barker and Goldfinger’s John “Feldy” Feldmann present Back To The Beach, returning to Huntington State Beach on Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28. The 2nd annual weekend destination festival will feature performances by Blink-182Goldfinger, The Used, Reel Big Fish, The Story So Far, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats!, and many more, performing right on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in Orange County, California. Today, performance times have been revealed, along with full details on the all-new family-centric Lil’ Punk KidZone!

Band performance times for Back To The Beach are as follows:

Saturday, April 27   Sunday, April 29
7:35 PM blink-182   7:40 PM The Used
6:15 PM Goldfinger   6:20 PM The Story So Far
5:10 PM Reel Big Fish   5:15 PM Anthony Green
4:10 PM Streetlight Manifesto   4:20 PM The Wonder Years
3:15 PM The Aquabats   3:25 PM Less Than Jake
2:20 PM Save Ferris   2:30 PM Story of the Year
1:30 PM The English Beat   1:40 AM Teenage Wrist
12:45 PM The Drowns   1:00 PM Lowlives

Doors open at Noon each day.

Back To The Beach will feature a carnival midway, beach games, great food (with vegetarian and vegan options), craft beer and cocktails, and more.

Families are invited to explore the Lil’ Punk KidZone, which will be a fun all-inclusive safe place for kids 10 & under who are accompanied by an adult. The area will feature healthy food options including a fruit cart, and will give kids a place to play and engage while still being part of the festival experience. Highlights include: a set each day from kid band The Twits and 13-year-old DJ De Crazy Cat, a scavenger hunt with a prize for all kids that complete it (accompanied by a parent or guardian), mermaid photo opps, hula hoop instruction, face painting, cartoonist, palm reader, hair braiding, and a giant cornhole game. New moms will have a clean, private place to breastfeed under a tented shade zone, and the Lil’ Punk KidZone will offer hand washing areas and clean bathrooms for families only.

A limited number of Sunday General Admission and VIP passes are still available. Weekend and Saturday single day GA and VIP passes are sold out.

For this all-ages family friendly event, kids under 10 get in free when accompanied by an adult with paid admission.

 

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