BeachLife Ranch Releases Single Day Tickets; Performances from Jack Johnson, Brad Paisley, The Doobie Brothers and more

Article Contributed by Falcon Publicity | Published on Friday, June 9, 2023

The 2nd annual BEACHLIFE RANCH has released single day tickets for the festival taking place September 22-24, 2023 on the picturesque waterfront in Redondo Beach, CA. With tickets starting at $179, there are now even more opportunities to experience this premier live music, art and culinary event that celebrates the fusion of California country and beach life culture. With performances from headliners Jack Johnson, The Doobie Brothers and Brad Paisley, as well as an eclectic group of top Country, Americana and Roots talent, there will be wide-ranging food and drink offerings from acclaimed chefs and local breweries, unique on-stage dining experiences, art installations and onsite activations highlighting various philanthropic causes, eco-friendly and sustainable initiatives. While different than the surf and skate culture of BeachLife, the vibe and rapture are the same: love and respect for the outdoors, nature, friends and community.

All ticket types for BeachLife Ranch are on sale now: Single, Weekend Warrior and 3-Day General Admission, General Admission Plus, VIP, Captain and Admiral tickets. For tickets and detailed descriptions of ticket options, please visit

Additionally, there are a few new names joining the stacked music lineup which includes Cody Jinks, The Avett Brothers, Midland, Wynonna Judd, Shooter Jennings’ Revival performing The Highwaymen, Blackberry Smoke, Shakey Graves, Chris Isaak, Parmalee, Easton Corbin, Yola and more. GRAMMY-nominated roots rockers Larkin Poe have been revealed for a set on Saturday afternoon, as well as new additions Taylor Austin Dye, Daniel Bonte, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown and Brett Landin.

The music lineup for Friday, September 22:

Jack Johnson, The Avett Brothers, Shakey Graves, Bahamas, Devon Allman & Donavon Frankenreiter “World Record Attempt: See It All American Tour,” Rome & Duddy, Goodnight, Texas, Pillbox Patti, The Wandering Hearts, Taylor Austin Dye, Jay Nash, Daniel Bonte

The music lineup for Saturday, September 23:

The Doobie Brothers, Cody Jinks, Wynonna Judd, Shooter Jennings’ Revival performing The Highwaymen, Blackberry Smoke, Larkin Poe, Keb’ Mo’, The Brothers Comatose, Joe Purdy, Marc Ford, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Abby Anderson

The music lineup for Sunday, September 24:

Brad Paisley, Midland, Chris Isaak, Parmalee, Easton Corbin, Yola, The Marshall Tucker Band, Amanda Shires, Jess Williamson, Miles Miller, Halle Kearns, Cassandra Lewis, Brett Landin

BeachLife’s exclusive dining SideStage Experience, which provides foodies the opportunity to be seated onstage (literally) and served a delicious meal from a celebrity chef while their favorite musicians perform, will also be a core element of BeachLife Ranch. Hailed as the “best restaurant in the South Bay” by the Orange County Register, the BeachLife Ranch SideStage Experience will incorporate a southern flair, featuring smoked meats and BBQ options, with a bit of “Texas heat” influencing the top-notch cuisine. This is a truly “one-of-a-kind” culinary experience. The lineup of chefs will be announced shortly, as will details to book early reservations.

Aside from the unique dining experience SideStage offers, BeachLife Ranch will feature wide-ranging food and beverage offerings from acclaimed local eateries, breweries and food trucks across the venue, with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available to all festival goers. The festival grounds will also host art installations, onsite activations highlighting various philanthropic causes, eco-friendly and sustainable initiatives, as well as brand partner gifting and local boutique shopping.

BeachLife Ranch was created in 2022 by Allen Sanford, Rob Lissner and Jim Lindberg of Pennywise, and featured performances from The Lumineers, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Dierks Bentley, Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, and Wilco, among many more.