Back To The Beach Festival 2019: Blink-182, The Used, Goldfinger + More


KROQ presents Travis Barker and John Feldmann's Back To The Beach Festival on April 27 & 28 at Huntington State Beach! This year's lineup includes Blink-182, The Used, Goldfinger (with special guests), The Story So Far, Reel Big Fish, and many more. 

John Feldmann, Goldfinger frontman and co-producer of the event, stopped by The Kevin & Bean Show to announce this year's lineup. Watch the full interview HERE.

Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am via or get them early in the KROQ presale on Wednesday, January 23rd at 10am. Make sure you're signed up for the KROQ Street Team in order to receive the password you'll need to buy tickets.

UPDATE: The password is KROQBEACH

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We're going BACK to BACK TO THE BEACH! Two days in the sand next to the beautiful Pacific Ocean in the heart of Huntington Beach!The daily band lineup for Back To The Beach is as follows (subject to change):

  • Saturday, April 27: blink-182, Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, Streetlight Manifesto, The Aquabats, Save Ferris, The English Beat, and The Drowns
  • Sunday, April 28: The Used, The Story So Far, Anthony Green, The Wonder Years, Less Than Jake, Story Of The Year, Teenage Wrist, and Lowlives

Back To The Beach will feature a carnival midway, beach games, great food (with vegan options), craft beer and cocktails, and more. Families are invited to explore the Lil' Punk Kid Zone, which will be fun all-inclusivesafe place for kids 10 & under who are accompanied by an adult. The area will feature healthy food options including a fruit cart, and will give kids a place to play and engage while still being part of the festival experience. Under a tented shade zone, new moms will have a clean, private place to breastfeed, as well as hand washing areas and clean bathrooms for families only. The area will offer face painting and beach games, as well as arts and crafts and much more. While kids enjoy the time of their lives, parents can sit and relax while still listening to and seeing the festival on jumbo screens.