Set in the picturesque town of Orange County, Pacific Festival, hosted one of the biggest beach side parties of the summer. The show brought together a wide spectrum of different indie bands and DJs, each bringing something different to this picnic table of entertainment. While jamming out to summer-quenching beats, attendees could snack, mingle, dance and soak in rays of good vibes.
Being Pacific Festival's second year celebration, the festival focused its efforts in bringing attention and support to the Surfrider Foundation which helps to protect the California coastline. For every ticket sold, $1 was donated to the Surfrider Foundation to help preserve our ocean.
Australian indietronica band, Miami Horror, supported the cause by stating, "We are a pretty environmentally conscious group, it sounds good to us!"
Miami Horror, along with Holy Ghost!, were among the most anticipated acts at the show. Miami Horror just released, "Wild Motion (Set It Free), a single off of their upcoming album. Wild Motion is a happy-go-lucky track that radiates positivity with soothing vocals and a peppy melody. The crowd jumped and jived on the sand while listening to their new tunes.
In order to stand out from their peers, the boys of Miami Horror explain, "It's important to try find your own sound and bring together elements that a lot of other bands don't."
After the sun went down, attendees finished their fun and crazy day at the after-party located at The Observatory, a club located in Santa Ana, CA. The show included RHONDAVOUS with GIORGIO MORODER: Disco Paradiso which was hosted by Pacific Festival and A Club Called Rhonda.