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ENCINITAS — The Leucadia 101 Main Street presents a community event; Summer Fun on the 101: Leucadia’s Music Festival on June 28 and 29.Summer Fun is a celebration of the cultural crossroads of music and surf, both a big part of Leucadia’s history. Festivities will kick off at 3 p.m. June 28 with an art show by this year’s poster artist, Harry Daily at Ducky Waddle’s, 414 N. Coast Highway 101. Amerikcan Bear, the Blue Moonies, Second Cousins and many more will kick out the jams in front of 454 Tattoo, Lou’s Records and Ducky Waddle’s. There is no fee for admission.

On June 29, festivities start with the beach clean-up lead by, combing from Moonlight Beach to Beacon’s Beach. The beach cleanup will end at Beacon’s, a short walk from the main event at Leucadia Roadside Park. Music will start at the park at noon and will continue until 7 p.m. with a surf movie screening at 9 p.m. Highlights will include Leucadia local and jazz guitar legend Peter Sprague with his Quintet, Leucadia’s favorite reggae rockers Shoreline Rootz and SD punk rockers Mrs. Magician. Surf movies by local filmakers Hayley Gordon and will be screened in the park after dark.

There will a beer garden featuring Firestone brews, and a raffle with prizes donated from local businesses. There will be fun activities and giveaways for the youngsters. A percentage of the event’s proceeds will go to the Paul Ecke Central PTA for use toward music education programs.

Leave your car at home and come by foot, bike, board or train to have your Summer Fun on the 101 with the whole family. Bring a beach chair and blanket, turn off your phone for a few hours and revel in the day. For more information, call (760) 436-2320 or visit



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