ENCINITAS — The sixth annual Switchfoot Bro-Am was held June 26 at Moonlight Beach. The daylong free event combined a concert and surf contest and several vendors set up along the beach.
The Bro-Am featured performances by Switchfoot, Timmy Curran, Dynamite Walls, Jon Foreman and Friends, OK Go, Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants, The Almost, Kate Voegele and Young the Giant.
The Bro-Am was created by members of Switchfoot, who are native to North County, to give back to the San Diego community while benefiting a local children’s charity through funds raised at a pre-event auction night as well as from vendors on the beach the day of, sponsorships and an after-party at the Belly Up Tavern.
The event, presented by Hurley, benefited the San Diego and Oceanside chapters of StandUp For Kids, a national nonprofit volunteer outreach organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of at-risk, homeless and street kids.
For more information, visit www.standupforkids.org.
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