Back To The Beach Festival 2019: We’re going back to the beach! Back To The Beach Festival is headed back to Huntington Beach this April for two days in the sand. The family-friendly weekend event will host a range of musical talent from up and coming artists to popular headlining act; right next to the […]Back To The Beach Festival 2019 21601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Huntington Beach California USA
Back To The Beach Festival is headed back to Huntington Beach this April for two days in the sand. The family-friendly weekend event will host a range of musical talent from up and coming artists to popular headlining act; right next to the Pacific Ocean. The festival will also feature a range of activities and attractions, including the ‘Lil’ Punk Kidzone; an all-inclusive place for kids aged 10 and under. A number of beach games, including giant Jenga and beer-pong will also be available along the beach, with prizes and VIP upgrades up for grabs. Food, craft beers, cocktails and a range of other vendors will also be found throughout the event.
“Two days in the sand next to the beautiful Pacific Ocean in the heart of Huntington Beach!”
This year’s edition will host a number of world-class headlining acts, as well as a range of up and coming talent. Saturday will be headlined by popular rock band Blink-182, Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish. The Used, The Story So Far and Anthony Green will headline Sunday.
A number of other popular acts and special guests will also share the stage throughout the weekend. You can see the full lineup here.
blink-182, The Used, Goldfinger, The Story So Far, Reel Big Fish & more on the sand at Huntington State Beach Saturday April 27th & 28th! Passes on sale now at http://backtothebeachfest.comblink-182 | The Used | Goldfinger | The Story So Far | Reel Big Fish | Anthony Green | Streetlight Manifesto | The Aquabats | Less Than Jake | The Wonder Years | Save Ferris | Story Of The Year | The English Beat | Teenage Wrist | The Drowns | Lowlives
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Back To The Beach takes place at Huntington State Beach in Huntington Beach, California. You can find the event at 21601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
The city of Huntington Beach, California, features over 1000 lane miles of public streets, with quick and easy freeway access to a number of nearby cities and attractions. Nearby airports include John Wayne Airport (approximately 20 minutes away), Long Beach Airport (approximately 30 minutes away) and Los Angeles International Airport (approximately 45 minutes away). The city offers a number of public transport services such as local buses and rail freight services.
One of the most popular ways to get around Huntington Beach and the greater Southern California area is by bike or scooter. Dockless rental options have become one of the easiest ways to get around, with bikes and electric scooters readily available almost anywhere. Popular options include Bird Scooters and Lime Bike. Rentals can be unlocked via an app and start at only $1. Rideshare options such as Uber and Lyft are also common ways to travel around Huntington Beach.
Located at the heart of Huntington Beach, the popular tourist destination features a range of accommodation options nearby. Popular nearby hotels include Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach, Hilton Hotel Huntington Beach and Pasea Hotel & Spa; all of which are within walking distance of the event.
A number of Airbnb and vacation rentals can also be found nearby. You can explore a range of nearby options on the map below.
The oceanfront city of Huntington Beach offers plenty for visitors and locals to see and do. Huntington State Beach is a popular and protected beach in Southern California, extending two miles from Newport Beach to Beach Boulevard.
Home to one of the best surfing destinations in the world and host to the annual US Open of Surfing, Surfing at Huntington Beach is a must during your visit. Other popular beaches include Bolsa Chica State Beach and Sunset Beach.
If you’d rather stay on dry land, Southern California is essentially the birthplace of skateboarding and Huntington Beach offers plenty of skate parks. Other popular attractions include Huntington Beach Pier, Balboa Pier and the Adventure City Amusement Park.
A number of Museums can also be found throughout Huntington Beach, including the International Surfing Museum. You can also find a number of shopping districts along the waterfront, as well as countless dining options.
The next edition of Back To The Beach Festival will take place from April 27-28, 2019.
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