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BeachLife Festival Announces 2024 Lineup With Plenty of '90s Giants

BeachLife Festival is back for its fifth annual celebration, and it looks like it won't disappoint.

The premier Southern California live music, food, and arts event announced this year's lineup, featuring some of the most legendary names in the game. At the top of the bill are Sting, Incubus, and My Morning Jacket, playing on May 3, 4, and 5, respectively.

But the giants don't stop there, as the festival also enlisted the likes of Dirty Heads, Seal, Trey Anastasio, and '80s icons Devo. The entire roster covers a plethora of genres, with everything from reggae and rock to indie and pop.

The Redondo Beach-based fete also boasts of its diverse selection of culinary delights. One of its premier vendors is the unique DAOU SideStage dining experience. Though it was featured last year, it returns with yet another surprise trick up its sleeve. Aside from DAOU, BeachLife will play host to an entire craft beer bar, lounges, and food trucks with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options.

Tickets are available now on BeachLife's website with multiple packages on offer. General admission starts at $159 but an upgrade to the Plus version allows for unlimited ins and outs. A three-day pass will cost you $399, a fair price for the level of entertainment available.

 If you want to go all out, Captain's and Admiral passes are available, which come with complimentary culinary and beverage offers, an exclusive bungalow, parking, and a gift bag from the festival's partners. The difference? The latter includes "2-4 GA+, VIP or Captain tickets along with a boat mooring for three nights." - Los Angeles Magazine


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