The Black Keys, Gwen Stefani and The Black Crowes are headlining the fourth installment of the BeachLife Festival, which returns to its seaside home in Redondo Beach May 5-7.
Organizers announced the full lineup for the festival, which first launched in 2019, on Jan.6. The nearly 50 band lineup, which spans rock, indie, pop, reggae and other music genres also includes alt-rock icons the Pixies, who along with Modest Mouse and Latin jazz conguero legend Poncho Sanchez, will be joining The Black Keys on day one.
Stefani, the day two headliner, will take the stage along with local stars Sublime with Rome, who will be performing songs from Sublime’s “40oz. to Freedom” album, as well as Seattle rock group Band of Horses, Iration and Sugar Ray, the latter of which have become like the BeachLife house band since they have performed every year since the festival’s inception.
The final day of the weekend will be a blues-infused rock party as it closes out with The Black Crows along with John Fogerty playing the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival, folk rockers CAAMP, indie rock band The Head and the Heart and punk pioneer Jim Lindberg of Pennywise.
Tickets start at $159 for single-day general admission and $179 for single-day general admission plus. Single-day VIP passes start at $339 and a single-day Captains Pass is $1,250. Three-day general admission starts at $299 and $379 for three-day general admission plus. Three-day VIP passes are $699; three-day Admiral Passes are $995; and three-day Captains Passes are $2,999. All passes are currently available at beachlifefestival.com.
The full day one lineup on May 5 includes The Black Keys, Pixies, Modest Mouse, Tegan and Sara, Kurt Vile and the Violators, LP, The Airborne Toxic Event, Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes, SHAED, The Beaches, Poncho Sanchez, BabyJake, XYZPDQ, Jonny Two Bags of Social Distortion, Zander Schloss of Circle Jerks and Devon Baldwin.
Day two, May 6, features Gwen Stefani, Sublime with Rome, Band of Horses, Iration, Dispatch, Sugar Ray, Aly & AJ, Shwayze, Tomorrows Bad Seeds, Tropidelic, Eli Smart, Rainbow Girls, Special C, Kevin Sousa Band, Stacey Dee and Linda Le of Bad Cop Bad Cop and The 415’s.
Capping the fest on May 7 will be The Black Crowes, John Fogerty, CAAMP, The Head and the Heart, Noah Cyrus, Mavis Staples, Trampled by Turtles, The Wailers, Jim Lindberg of Pennywise, Donavon Frankenreiter, Winnetka Bowling League, David Ryan Harris, Hearty Har and Poppy Harlo.