Two-day general admission passes start at just $39.
Friday’s artists will be Robert Delong, Elephante, Jay Cosmic and Dane, while Saturday will feature Audien, Slander, Nico & Vinz, Gazzo, Fareoh, Two Friends and Synchronice.
Ready to feel even better about attending BeachGlow? The festival is the only non-profit EDM show around. According to their website, “BeachGlow believes in the power of contemporary music to raise awareness among young adults about societal issues and causes. Join us at the water’s edge. Connect to the BeachGlow movement. Be a ripple that forms a wave, and make a difference in the world.”
The beneficiary this year is Little Kids Rock, which helps “bring music programs and instruments to under-served public schools. BeachGlow and Little Kids Rock agree that music is more than just fun…it is an essential part of a well-rounded education that every child has the right to explore.”
BeachGlow was founded by Dane Kunkel, who was in high-school at the time. Kunkel realized he could use his abilities as a DJ to help give back to the community.
Despite the warm fuzzies this festival brings, it almost didn’t happen this year after a lawsuit was filed against it.Read more to see what happened: