“Life Is A Wave” Returns to San Francisco

Save the Waves
Save The Waves to honor Paul Naude at Life Is A Wave fundraiser on May 27th

San Francisco, CA – Save The Waves Coalition is excited to announce
its fourth annual Life Is A Wave fundraiser and benefit party, a
yearly celebration of coastal environmentalism through music, art,
film, and community. Life Is A Wave will roll into San Francisco's
Mezzanine on May 27th from 7pm until closing, at 444 Jessie Street in
downtown San Francisco. The event features live music from
California’s own acoustic surf rocker Jon Swift, Chilean legend Funky
C, and Miami multiculturalists Xperimento. Also featuring musical
performances from San Francisco locals DJ Solomon, DJ M3 and J Boogie,
as well as a live and silent auction, this year’s Life Is A Wave
promises to be the most exciting yet! Tickets are now on sale at

Save The Waves is also proud to present its annual Wave Saver Award to
philanthropist, surfer, environmentalist and Billabong USA president
Paul Naude for his environmental and humanitarian work on behalf of
the surfing community.

Save The Waves would like to thank its generous Life Is A Wave 2010
sponsors: Clif Bar, Patagonia, Carve Designs, Zola Acai, Mavericks
Surf Ventures, Sovereign Earth, Quiksilver Foundation, Surfline, Limón
Restaurant, Hog Island Oyster Company, Jim Beam, 21st Amendment
Brewery, Longboard Vineyards, and Ocean Vodka. Please visit
savethewaves.org for a complete list of event friends and donors.


Life Is A Wave 2010:  Live Music + Surf Films + Live & Silent Auction + Raffle
Mezzanine, 444 Jessie Street, San Francisco, California
Date:   Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time:   7 PM – Closing


Tickets: General: $20 advance/$25 door; VIP: $75 advance/$100 door
(VIP includes hosted VIP reception plus a one-year STW membership)

Tickets now on sale at http://www.savethewaves.org

All proceeds from Life Is A Wave to benefit Save The Waves Coalition

About Save The Waves Coalition: Save The Waves is a global nonprofit
organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the coastal
environment, with an emphasis on the surf zone, and educating the
public about its value. Save The Waves is a 501(c)3 California
nonprofit. http://www.savethewaves.org