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Saturday-Sunday, June 4-5

8 a.m. After a two-year hiatus, the Cosmic Creek Surf Festival and Concert returns to Salt Creek in Dana Point, where the two-day event will pay homage to a more alternative, experimental era of surfing’s history. The contest will feature multiple divisions in which locals and pros can compete. Local vendors including the Shwack Beach Grill will offer provisions such as breakfast and lunch. Bands will also be rocking out during the contests, as well as later in the evening. Cosmic Creek is open to the public and a true gathering of legends, groms, craftsmen, and storytellers. Over the years, Cosmic has become a soulful, grassroots, eclectic surf gathering; a celebration of heritage; and a platform to exchange ideas about surfboards, music and art.

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