No tickets necessary, this is pure free Summer fun (remember that?) all thanks to our partners and sponsors who have brought us another season of awesome free concerts at the beach. Make sure to show them some love.

7PM - 10PM, but those in the know stake out a good spot early.

It never gets too cold, but sometimes it gets a little chilly once the sun goes down. So bring something or head up to the Pier Tent on the deck to grab this year’s limited-edition sweatshirt or t-shirt!

There is a 21-and-over Concert Garden featuring Michelob Ultra, Barefoot Wines, an assortment of cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. Do not miss this view.  

Parking is available in the 1550 Pacific Coast Highway Lot next to the Pier on a first-come, first-served basis. Those wanting to avoid long waits should try one of the municipal lots around 2nd/Colorado or grab the ParkMe app for live data of parking availability and prices. Go technology!

Special discounted parking is available for concert attendees in Beach Lot 4S, located at 2030 Ocean Avenue, just south of the Pier. Vehicles entering after 4:00 p.m. will pay a $5.00 flat rate and are allowed to stay in the lot up to 30 minutes after the end of the show.

Parking in Beach Lot 1N, located north of the Pier at 1550 PCH, will have a $15.00 flat rate for all vehicles entering after 4:00 p.m. As a reminder, regular rates of up to $14.00 in the Downtown structures and up to $5.00 in the Civic Center are in effect during the concert series.

We couldn’t put on this free amazing event without a little (or a lot) of help from our friends. Wanna volunteer? 
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There are plenty of great food and beverage options on the deck and at the various restaurants on the Pier.  Most even have to-go options perfect for munching during the show.  As a reminder, alcohol consumption is not permitted in public spaces, but there are several full-service bars in the area.  

Park your wheels at the free bike and skateboard valet located next to the beach bike path just south of the Pier.

If you need first aid or assistance, please visit the Pier Tent or flag down a security officer.  If it is an emergency, please call 911.  

Friendly dogs are welcome on the Pier only and must be on a leash. 

Don’t even think about it, it’s a 100-year-old wooden Pier, and we really like it.

Bring them, the more the merrier. You
will not regret it.  This is one epic Summer tradition.

Seating is not provided, so feel free to bring your own chairs, blankets, etc…

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