Surfrider Goes Upcoast and Inland to Celebrate 25 Years, Honor Pearl Jam, Incubus, David Chokachi
Future Keepers of the Coast awardees Pearl Jam.
Surfrider Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary not in Orange County where it's been headquartered for years or in the Malibu of its roots, but upcoast and inland to the big city that rhymes with "Moss Fangeles."
The San Clemente-based, ocean-protecting nonprofit's " star-studded gala" featuring a surprise musical guest and the awarding of the annual Keepers of the Coast honors to Incubus, Pearl Jam and actor David Chokachi of Baywatch fame is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 9, in the California Science Center's Wallis Annenberg Building at 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles.
The event also includes a live art auction featuring commissioned works depicting world famous (and in some cases threatened) surf breaks by such artists as Raymond Pettibon, Shepard Fairey and Thomas Campbell. Tickets go on sale some time in September. Check back at Surfrider.org for details.
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