Thousands attended the 2019 Sea.Hear.Now festival in Asbury Park.
The Foo Fighters, The Killers, Sheryl Crow and the Beach Boys are some of the headliners for the two-day Sea.Hear.Now festival scheduled for Asbury Park Sept 16 and 17.
The festival, which attracts thousands to the city’s beachfront, will return to the northend beach and Bradley Park, across from Convention Hall with more than 25 artists, three stages and a surf contest.
Also performing over the two-day period will be Greta Van Fleet, Weezer, Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats and Mt. Joy.
Presale begins Thurs., Feb. 9 at 10 a.m.with a public on-sale to follow with any remaining tickets.
Surf returns with the North Beach Rumble surf contest, taking place between the Surf and Sand stages and will feature some of the best surfers from the East Coast competing in a team format. The teams, captained by professional surfers Cam Richards and Sam Hammer, will compete in multiple heats with the winning team awarded for the most wins based on overall style and creativity.
Teams will also feature big wave surfer Will Skudin and legendary ladies Cassidy McClain and Jamie DeWitt, as well as Jersey’s Rob Kelly and Montauk’s Pat Schmidt. View the full surf lineup here.
Stoke Henge, located in the sand just off the boardwalk, is once again the center of all things art. Asbury Park visual artist Pork Chop will return with his iconic jellyfish and surfboard arch serving as the festival’s visual centerpiece. Legendary Jersey Shore artist Jay Alders is at the forefront this year where his ocean related display of panels will envelop the ocean side of the boardwalk, with favorite local artists featured on the boardwalk side.
Over in Bradley Park, the Transparent Gallery will feature artwork from participating festival musicians along with special pop-up performances
Presale begins Thurs., Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. for both one day and two day general admission, GA+, VIP, Platinum and Ultimate Experience tickets.
To purchase tickets, and for the full list of amenities visit, www.seahearnowfestival.com/tickets.
Children seven and under may attend for free alongside a ticketed adult.