SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Moonlight Beach's annual Switchfoot BRO-AM beach festival is going virtual this year to benefit several charities.
While the concert and festival routinely bring more than 17,000 people to the beach every year, the event hopes to reach far more online.
BRO-AM 2020 will be held as a live stream event on June 27 at 5 p.m. Tickets start at $10.99, with proceeds benefiting Feeding San Diego, Feeding America, A Step Beyond, Challenged Athletes Foundation, Monarch Schools, and VH1 Save The Music.
Fundraising will also take place during performances.
The stream with feature live performances from Switchfoot, Needtobreathe, Judah Akers from Judah and the Lion, Colony House, and The New Respects. More artists may be added.
Viewers can also enjoy surfing highlights and live commentary from Switchfoot guitarist Drew Shirley and action sports personality Chris Cote.
For more information, visit BRO-AM's website here.