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COME GET RECKLESS FOR OUR ALBUM RELEASE PARTY
COME GET C-C-CRAZY
Saturday, June 28 – 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Rain or Shine The Algonquin grounds transform into a “Surfers Village” featuring live music and around 30 of the best local Surf and Skate brands, shapers, artists, photographers and more. The musical lineup on our outdoor stage includes The Glimmer Grass Band, Eastbourne, Predator Dub Assassins, Dub Proof and Loose Fit. Included in the admission price is a kid-friendly screening of a “A Life Outside” for kids to get a chance to see this amazing film as well as be introduced to a number of important topics through NJ SURF TALKS featuring leading environmentalists, writers and artists from all walks of life to present an informative session on what it means to be a surfer and a good steward to our ocean and beaches.
Ticket Options: Please note: Children 2+ will require a ticket. Pre-Sale General Admission: $22.00 + $6.00 convenience fee= $28.00 Front Stage Access: $75.00 + $6.00 convenience fee= $81.00 VIP: $150.00 + $6.00 convenience fee= $156.00 VIP tickets include front stage access as well as access to the cash bar and buffett in the Upstairs Club.
Loose Fit’s Headliner show at the Stone Pony
Sounds Like: Echo Movement, Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Slightly Stoopid, Donavon Frankenreiter
Bio: Loose Fit hails from a small suburban town in coastal, central Jersey. Geographically located in Monmouth County, its more of a town that lies somewhere between reality and a wet dream. While some people indulge in their white tie affairs Loose Fit grabs the kegs, women, certain ‘party favors’ an...See Full Bio
“They have that jam, surfer vibe that just makes you want to take off your shoes and dance around in the sand. Listening to them will take you away from all the hassles of your daily life and put you right in the music with the band. In their own words, they define themselves as a multi-format genre, including “roots, reggae, blues, alternative, jazz, and funk.””