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Slightly Stoopid, Dirty Heads and 311 Announced for Debut On the Water Festival

Gnarlytown producer SGE has revealed their latest festival KROQ Presents On the Water slated for Oct 12-13 at Huntington State Beach in Southern California.

Gnarlytown producer SGE has revealed their latest festival KROQ Presents On the Water slated for Oct 12-13 at Huntington State Beach in Southern California. The new Huntington Beach festival will feature headlining sets from Slightly Stoopid, Dirty Heads and 311.

Slightly Stoopid, who are hosting the event, will play two nights at On the Water with an electric set on Saturday and a rare acoustic set on Sunday.

“Stoked to playing the On The Water Festival this October in Huntington Beach with all our friends,” said Slightly Stoopid’s Miles Doughty in a release. “Where the music hits the sand and the sun hits the tan! We’re stoked to join forces with SGE to bring an epic music experience on the beach to Southern California.”

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On The Water also marks the debut of Slightly Stoopid’s Vintage Poster Gallery, featuring their collection of rare tour and festival posters available for purchase and via charity auction.

On the Water will draw inspiration from Southern California’s rock, reggae, ska, jam and dub roots for its lineup that includes Chronixx, J Boog, The Interrupters, The Expendables and more.

“We are playing our home town with our favorite bands literally down the street from my house where I surf on a daily basis,” said Dirty Heads’ Jared Watson in a release. “These two days of music are gonna be unforgettable. This is the one show you don’t wanna miss!”

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On The Water Festival will also offer food and drink options, including the Taste Of Baja where guests can enjoy amazing fish tacos, fresh fish dishes, fruit bowls, and wash it all down with a cold beer or fresh margarita.

Tickets for KROQ Presents On The Water Festival go on sale Friday (July 12) at 10am PT. VIP options are also available. Check out the full lineup below.

 

 

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