Tickets available at: PunkInThePark.com
Punk In The Park returns to Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, California this November 5 & 6 for a full weekend of music and craft beer tasting, with nearly 30 bands spanning the punk rock genre. Iconic bands Bad Religion and Dropkick Murphys headline a powerful lineup that also includes Face To Face, The Bouncing Souls, Anti-Flag, Adolescents, The Flatliners, The Bronx, Voodoo Glow Skulls, CH3, Bad Cop Bad Cop, Mercy Music, The Vulturas, Slaughterhouse, TV Party, Suzi Moon and many more.
Jay Bentley of Bad Religion said, “We are playing a hometown show with our long-time pals, the Adolescents, and our new friends, Slaughterhouse. THAT is where we want to be!”
Punk In The Park is produced by Brew Ha Ha Productions (BHHP), known for their diverse, award-winning beer-centric events and music festivals across the United States.
Punk In The Park will offer up to three hours of craft beer tasting (Noon – 3:00 PM) for those 21+, showcasing an impressive selection of craft beers, including some of the region’s best. Attendees will also enjoy food for purchase from local food trucks and vendors, with vegan options available.
Event producer Cameron Collins of Brew Ha Ha Productions said, “Punk In The Park is arguably the greatest punk rock festival ever to happen in Southern California. If anyone says different, let me know ‘cause I want to argue with them about it!”
General Admission weekend tickets for Punk In The Park start at $95 (plus fees). VIP weekend tickets are also available and provide access to designated areas with shade, upgraded restrooms and a VIP Bar. Both General Admission and VIP tickets provide access to music performances and craft beer tasting from Noon - 3:00 PM (for 21+). Doors open at Noon each day for this all-ages event.
Punk In The Park is located at 5305 E. Santiago Canyon Road in Silverado, CA and is less than two hours from Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. It’s also just a short drive from John Wayne Airport in Irvine, CA. The park features 14 acres of grass adjacent to a small lake, with many mature oak trees providing ample shade.
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