Plastic Free Party 2019
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On Sale: Friday, 11/1 @ 10am
Doors 6 / Show 7
Come party with the San Francisco Surfrider Foundation and support our mission to keep oceans, waves, and beaches clean for all to enjoy.
Ticket price includes live music featuring local artists, two drinks, appetizers, and a 2020 membership to the San Francisco Surfrider Foundation.
Help us meet our goals to find creative ways to expand our programs that serve the Bay Area, and keep our beaches clean for everyone.
San Francisco Surfrider Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit grassroots organization working at the local, state, and federal levels.
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Reefriders have been entertaining music fans throughout the east and west coast with their Reverb-O-Sonic sound. This three-piece instrumental guitar combo serves up quite a collection of surf songs in the style of the classic early 60s bands, as well as the red-hot, scorching sounds of Dick Dale. With their shiny suits and sparkling vintage Fender amplification, the Reefriders take their audience on a joy ride through time... hear the wild tunes as popularized in the movie Pulp Fiction and beach movies everywhere. Catch the Reefriders sonic wave for a fun, hip and cool musical experience!
A DJ since before it was cool to be one, Chris Galvin’s been rocking parties since he was 15 and swapping mixtapes at high school. Having graduated from the mixtape scene with honor and skills intact, Galvin was at the forefront of America’s first wave of house and techno, playing to thousands of people alongside peers like Aldo Bender, Destructo, Mr. Kool-Aid, Doc Martin, Buck, and DJ Dan. That soon led to Chris' own club outings playing with the likes of The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, Orbital—just to name a few.
These days, Chris’ schedule is non-stop. By day he's the co-founder of submix.io, a music collaboration platform. When he's not doing that, he’s usually off surfing some exotic reef break to decompress.
The bottom line is when the bassline’s rolling, the kick drum's massaging your ribs, and the crowd has a huge grins from ear to ear, then you can be sure that Chris is back there, doing his job. You get the feeling he loves his work.
Great American Music Hall
San Francisco, CA, 94109