BeachLife Festival Day Three in Redondo Beach, California kept the good times flowing to all, with The Hollow Legs opening up the Riptide side stage for the final day. Two days down and another weather-blessed day on the sandy shores of Redondo to go, as attendees filed in early for Venice and Chris Pierce on the bigger stages. Keller Williams' Grateful Gospel got people dancing and singing with Colin Hay (of Men At Work) following midday. Pancho Sanchez brought horns into the mix before Blues Traveler's signature harmonica brought folky, fun vibes.
Until next year, BeachLife stands as a perfect weekend on the water.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters continued the party along before Lost Beach and Grace Potter rocked people into the evening. Charlie Overbey closed down the side stage leading to two legends closing down the first year fest. That's right, Ziggy Marley and Willie Nelson were Sunday night headliners, leaving people with fond memories of the weekend before all were on the road again home. Until next year, BeachLife stands as a perfect weekend on the water. Now to just find out who is going to be gracing the stage for Year Two!
Photography by Sean McCracken