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Sea.Hear.Now Festival Announces Its Initial Lineup
originally published: 07/11/2018
(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- Sea.Hear.Now has announced its Lineup by Day, bringing Incubus, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Brandi Carlile, Blondie, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls and more to North Beach Asbury Park and Bradley Park on Saturday, September 29 while Jack Johnson, Social Distortion, Milky Chance, Kaleo, The Front Bottoms, The Menzingers, Lettuce and more will close out the 2-Day festival on Sunday, September 30. This will also be Jack Johnson's final performance for his 2018 World Tour.
Sea.Hear.Now will bring fans over 25 bands on 3 stages, along with unique art and surf culture experiences. The schedule so far includes:
Saturday, September 29: Uncubus; Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals; Brandi Carlile; Blondie; Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls; Highly Suspect; SOJA; The English Beat; Deer Tick; Carl Broemel (of My Morning Jacket); Jesse Malin; The Battery Electric; Tangiers Blues Band.
Sunday, September 30: Jack Johnson; Social Distortion; Milky Chance; Kaleo; The Front Bottoms; The Menzingers; Lettuce; Langhorne Slim and the Lost at Last Band; G. Love & Special Sauce; The Original Wailers; Twin Peaks; Rayland Baxter; Nicole Atkins; Parlor Mob; and Deal Casino.
2-Day General Admission Tickets and 2-Day VIP Tickets are on sale now. VIP Tickets include access to the VIP Lounge with relaxed seating, shade and premium air-conditioned restrooms, complimentary snacks, complimentary select beverages, and more. For the full list of amenities and to purchase tickets, visit, www.seahearnowfestival.com/tickets.
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The inaugural Sea.Hear.Now Festival is produced by Danny Clinch of Between The Sets, and C3 Presents, the team behind Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Shaky Festivals and more.
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