I had the pleasure of reviewing this event for the first time last year. Read it here:
The 2019 edition looks to be just as good. Read on for more info...
Sellout Events presents the fourth annual "Like Totally Festival," the only 1980s-themed music festival in Southern California. It will take place at Huntington State Beach in Huntington Beach, California on Saturday, May 11, from 11am to 9pm.
The first announcement of performing talent is John Lydon's Public Image Ltd. (PiL), Kim Wilde, with hits like "Kids In America" and "You Keep Me Hanging On," Martin Fry & ABC, best known for their hits "The Look of Love," and "Be Near Me," B-Movie ("Nowhere Girl"), Animotion ("Obsession"), The Romantics ("What I Like About You"), Greg Kihn ("The Breakup Song," "Jeopardy"), and OC Eighties cover band The Reflexx doing an all-star jam with Richard Page of Mr. Mister ("Broken Wings," "Kyrie") and Nick Richards of Boys Don't Cry ("I Wanna Be A Cowboy").
Festival attendees are encouraged to wear big hair, their best spandex and '80s-themed attire to enter a best dressed costume contest, held during the festival.
The event is hosted by notable alumni deejays from KROQ Richard Blade (currently on Sirius XM's 1st Wave), Jed the Fish, Freddie Snakeskin and Huntington Beach's Rockin' Fig and Jimmy Alvarez.
A second and final lineup announcement will follow in mid-February. Tickets range from $65 - GA to $150 - VIP. For more information on the fest, or VIP Cabana group packages, visit LikeTotallyFestival.com/tickets