Sea.Hear.Now Festival Announces Stellar Lineup

Chris Cantore
Written by Chris Cantore
The Jersey Shore has accomplished something that we haven’t been able to pull off on the west coast — a large scale, multiple day music festival on the ocean. With toes in the sand, fans will enjoy music on the beach with more than 25 bands on 3 stages at the inaugural Sea.Hear.Now Festival at North Beach Asbury Park and Bradley Park, September 29-30.
Produced by legendary rock photographer (and Jersey Shore native) Danny Clinch, the lineup features headliners Jack Johnson and Incubus, along with performances from Social Distortion, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Brandi Carlile, Milky Chance, Blondie, Kaleo, The Front Bottoms, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, and more. In addition to the epic lineup, Sea.Hear.Now Festival will also bring fans unique art and surf culture experiences.
Sea.Hear.Now Festival
Sea.Hear.Now Festival is a long time dream of ours. To have our musician, surfer and artist friends come to Asbury Park this September to play some music, ride some waves and make some art,” says Clinch. “We come from the Jersey Shore and we believe in Asbury Park. It is one of the coolest beach cities in America, if not the world. We are ready to go!”
Professional surfers including Sam Hammer, Balaram Stack, Rob Kelly, Mike Gleason, Quincy Davis, Andrew Gesler, Pat Schmidt, Clay Pollioni, Tom Ihnken, Cassidy McClain and more will take their talents to the water for Expression Sessions and more throughout the weekend.
2-Day General Admission Tickets and 2-Day VIP Tickets for Sea.Hear.Now Festival will go on sale tomorrow, April 5 at 10am ET. 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,

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Chris Cantore

Chris Cantore

Morning Radio Guy turned Digital Media Dude.
Host of The Cantore Show podcast.
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