Leading Surf Film Makers are Joined by Matt Costa, Tom Curren and DJ Keala Kennelly to Celebrate the Surfing Lifestyle
This Friday and Saturday the High Line Festival of Surfing is set to bring the Bay Area some of the world’s best surf films, musicians and artists at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley to celebrate the surfing lifestyle and culture. In addition to the incredible line up of surf films showing during the festival, there will be evening concerts by Matt Costa, DJ Keala Kennelly and a one of a kind performance by Tom Curren featuring Matt Beard simultaneously painting visuals representing the storyline of select songs
If this screenshot from “Pipeline and Kelly Slater” doesn’t get your blood pumping nothing will. This film by Mark Beaty/Surfline will be playing on Friday night at 6 p.m., with a Q&A with Beaty following the film. Photo credit: Hank
The Festival’s opening night party will be at the Equator Coffees & Proof Lab Surf Shop Thursday from 6:00-9:00pm and feature the screening of “Granite Stoke,” “Malibu,” and “Big Foot Country 1&2” as well as a photo gallery curated by Adam Warmington. Friday and Saturday will feature select film sets by featured surf filmmakers and also headline musical performances to round out the evening. Check out the entire lineup and buy tickets here: http://surfthehighline.com/schedule/
The Festival is proudly sponsored by: Levi’s, Clif Bar, Equator Coffees & Teas, Fred Water, Lagunitas Brewing Company, San Franpsycho, The Lost and Found Collection and the Sustainable Surf Organization. Select products by San Franpsycho and exclusive High Line Festival of Surfing collaboration apparel will be for sale at the Sweetwater Music Hall during the event.
For tickets for the festival and additional information, connect with the High Line Festival of Surfing here:
• Site: http://surfthehighline.com
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HighLineFestivalofSurfing
• Instagram: @highlinefestivalofsurfing
High Line Festival of Surfing:
The High Line Festival of Surfing celebrates the surfing lifestyle through film, music and art. This movement started in NorCal in 2012 as the Mill Valley Surf Film Festival, and has grown in to the High Line Festival of Surfing. For more information on how you can join the celebration, visit surfthehighline.com.
Master Plan Communications