Tickets on sale now for evening celebration at Duke’s Malibu with live music, open bar and buffet honoring the new Malibu World Surfing Reserve.
Save The Waves Coalition and World Surfing Reserves are excited to announce musical guest Jon Swift is performing at the Malibu World Surfing Reserve fundraiser on October 9, 2010 at Duke’s Malibu. Jon Swift will perform live with his accompanying three-piece band that includes dynamic performances on harmonica, guitar, banjo, violin and bass. All proceeds will benefit the nonprofit programs of World Surfing Reserves.
On October 9, the Malibu World Surfing Reserve dedication and celebration features a series of daytime and evening activities: beginning with a Chumash Native American blessing and ceremony at sunrise, immediately followed by a surfer paddle out at First Point. Later, at 11am a dedication and press conference at Surfrider Beach will feature speeches and an official dedication, finally wrapping up the day with a festive celebration at Duke’s Malibu Restaurant with Jon Swift and Friends, plus other special surprise musical guests.
The morning and daytime events at the beach in Malibu are free and open to the public; tickets are on sale now at Brown Paper Tickets for the evening fundraiser – admission incluldes live music, a fully hosted open bar and buffet by Duke’s Malibu.
The link to ticket sales is at savethewaves.org/malibu.
This evening fundraiser is graciously hosted by Save The Waves Coalition and the WSR Malibu Local Stewardship Council, including Michael Blum, Steven Lippman, Allen Sarlo, Bill Parr, Andy Lyon, Julie Cox, Dillon Perillo, and Josh Farberow.
About World Surfing Reserves
World Surfing Reserves is an initiative launched by Save The Waves Coalition in 2009 in conjunction with National Surfing Reserves – Australia, and through additional partnerships with the International Surfing Association (ISA) and Stanford University’s Center for Responsible Travel (CREST). World Surfing Reserves proactively identifies, designates and preserves outstanding waves, surf zones and their surrounding environments, around the world.
For more information, please visit www.worldsurfingreserves.org