THE GROWLERS SIX
THE GROWLERS
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YEAH YEAH YEAHS
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MODEST MOUSE
DAN AUERBACH
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BUTTHOLE SURFERS
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BETH DITTO
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DANNY BROWN
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THE B-52'S
GIRL TALK
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BAD BRAINS
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GUIDED BY VOICES
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GETO BOYS
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HEPCAT
STEEL PULSE
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CHIQUIS RIVERA
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FEAR
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ALICE GLASS
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NICE AS FUCK
BEACH FOSSILS
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TINARIWEN
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FRANKIE COSMOS
ROSTAM
AMBER COFFMAN
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GIRLPOOL
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MYSTIKAL
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SLY & ROBBIE
DJ SEINFELD
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JUVENILE
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JONATHAN RICHMAN FEATURING TOMMY LARKINS ON THE DRUMS!
CIGARETTES AFTER SEX
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BIG SANDY + HIS FLY
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THE WEIRDOS
THE WARLOCKS
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ANTIBALAS
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OUGHT
DELICATE STEVE
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ROMARE
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GRATEFUL SHRED
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PERSONAL & THE PIZZAS
LA LUZ
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THE REGRETTES
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THE PARANOYDS
BABY SHAKES
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CULTURE ABUSE
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CAT SIGNS
BILLY CHANGER
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FROOGY'S GROOVIES
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DOJA CAT
ZEN MOTHER
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PLUS THE SUPER DUPER SOUNDS OF DJ JOHNNY BASIL
RHETT ROTTEN + HIS WALL OF DEATH
RIDE THE YO-YO!
MIKE WATT + THE SECONDMEN
LA Waterfront at The Port of Los Angeles
3011 Miner Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
October 28, 2017
October 29, 2017
A genre defying live music experience curated and presented by Southern California cult heroes The Growlers. Taking place on the docks of the LA Waterfront at the Port of Los Angeles.
On Sale

SCHEDULE

HULA HULA HIDEOUT VIP

One VIP admission ticket for both Saturday and Sunday
  • VIP entrance into the Festival
  • Exclusive The Growlers Six VIP Dog Tag
  • VIP viewing area at 3 stages
Access to the Hula Hula Hideout VIP Lounge which includes:
  • Comfortable areas to sit, relax, enjoy the shade and watch the show
  • VIP cash bar
  • Exclusive Food options available for purchase
  • Photo Booth with keepsake photos
  • Charging stations
  • VIP restrooms

LOCATION

LA Waterfront

• at The Port of Los Angeles •

3011 Miner Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

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INFORMATION

HOURS OF OPERATION

Saturday, October 28
12:00 PM DOORS

Sunday, October 29
12:00 PM DOORS

VENUE LOCATION

LA Waterfront at The Port of Los Angeles

3011 Miner Street
San Pedro, CA 90731

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DIRECTIONS:

Waterfront Route A

From the south 110 fwy, merge right onto the Harbor Blvd - Vincent Thomas Bridge exit. Stay to the right and exit on Harbor Blvd. Turn right (South) on Harbor Blvd. traveling 2 miles to the event parking area.

Downtown Route B

Travel south on the 110 fwy to the freeway end at Gaffey St. Turn left on Gaffey St. Merge to the left lane, then turn left (East) on 6th Street, the heart of the San Pedro Historic Downtown Waterfront. Continuing East on 6th turn right (South) on Harbor Blvd, and travel 1.5 miles to the event parking area.

22nd St. Route C

Travel south on the 110 fwy to the freeway end at Gaffey St. Turn left on Gaffey St. Travel 1.5 miles and turn left (East) on 22nd St. Continue one-half mile and turn right on Miner St. which takes you straight to the event parking area.

From Long Beach and Orange County

Option 1: Take 405 fwy north to 110 fwy south and follow any of the above directions.

ADA Parking

Limited ADA parking will be available at Berth 26- Port of Los Angeles . A state-issued accessible parking license plate, placard, or hangtag is required to park in this area.

TRANSPORTATION

Parking Map

Uber / Lyft - Directions From 110 to pick up and dropoff area

  • Take exit 1A CA 47 toward Vincent Thomas bridge.
  • Take exit onto Harbor Blvd
  • Turn right on Harbor Blvd
  • Follow signs to ride share and friend and family pick up area.

FAQ

The Growlers Six will take place, rain or shine.

Please note, all personal belongings will be searched prior to entrance, so please adhere to these rules so that others will not be delayed during the entrance process.

Re-entry will not be allowed once you have entered the festival grounds and your ticket has been scanned.



Yes The Growlers Six is an all ages event.

Yes, VIP tickets with access to the Hula Hula Hide Out VIP lounge are available for all ages.

The festival is an all-ages event. Children 7 and under are free with paid admission.

Yes, 1 gallon clear bag of snacks are permitted for guests traveling with small children

Doors to the event open at 12:00 pm. We suggest arriving early!

Yes, all bags, fanny packs, or belongings will also be searched prior to entering the festival. Please review the festival bag policy below.

It is recommended that guests bringing medication into the venue for necessary or possible administration during the show utilize or have with them the original container and/or label pertaining to the prescription, or other form of documentation or confirmation of personal medical use, which may be requested of the guest for examination and verification by venue staff or security.

Like many venues and other large places of assembly, the LA Waterfront has a “no pets” policy. However, Live Nation’s policy explicitly permits guests with disabilities who use dogs as service animals. LA Waterfront and Growlers Six policy, consistent with ADA’s revised guidelines, defines “service animal” as limited to a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the individual’s disability.

LA Waterfront requires, consistent with the ADA, that service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents him or her from using these devices. Individuals who cannot use such devices must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective methods.

Any camera with a removable lense(s) will not be permitted in the show. Please leave them at home.

Due to saftey reason, re-entry will NOT be allowed into the festival once your ticket has been scanned.

Yes, located at the entrance of the festival there will be a box office. We suggest purchasing your ticket now, as prices may increase and the show could sell out.

Yes! There will be multiple ATM's onsite at the festival.

Yes! There will be a variety of Food and Drink vendors available all day at the festival.

A 1 gallon clear bag/ziploc of food/snacks are permitted for guests traveling with small children, ages 10 and under.

There are no lockers available on the festival grounds. Please be sure to secure your personal belongs and do not leave items unattended. Growlers Six, Live Nation, and LA Waterfront are not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Yes, There will be a lost and found located at the information booth near the entrance of the festival.

The Growlers Six does offer ADA accommodations. ADA parking is offered on a first come, first serve basis. We suggest arriving early to secure an ADA parking space if needed. A state-issued accessible parking license plate, placard, or hangtag is required to park in this area. The Growlers Six will also offer an ADA viewing platform for those in need.

The Growlers Six will go on! Rain or shine!

Email inquiries to: [email protected]

Acceptable Items to Bring

The following items are OK to bring:

  • Keep hydrated! Empty water bottles with an attached lid as well as empty cambelback style water backpacks
  • OK clear bags, clear backpacks and clear purses 12" x 12" in size or smaller (clear ziploc bags also ok)
  • OK Camelbak
  • OK Sunscreen
  • OK Cell phones
  • OK Binoculars
  • OK Fanny packs
  • OK Beach towel
  • OK Personal hand-held cameras (i.e. small digital or point-and-click cameras; no long/large/zoom/detachable lenses; no tripods; no pro cameras)
  • OK Cigarettes/Lighters
  • OK Cash/Credit/ATM cards

PROHIBITED ITEMS

The following items are NOT permitted:

  • NO In's & Out's for safety reasons
  • NO Re-entry
  • NO linen or fabric bags - all bags must be clear.
  • NO Illegal substances (no drugs of any kind)
  • NO Outside food or beverage
  • NO Large, oversized bags
  • NO Alcohol (alcohol will be sold at the festival)
  • NO Knives/Weapons of any kind
  • NO video cameras or video recording equipment. Video recording is prohibited.
  • NO Instruments
  • NO Stickers/Flyers
  • NO High-back or low back chairs
  • NO Blankets
  • NO Glass/Glass containers
  • NO Flags
  • NO Tents/Lawn Furniture/Large Tarps
  • NO Picnic Baskets/Coolers
  • NO Pets (except service dogs with proper paperwork)
  • NO Professional cameras and/or equipment (no large/long/zoom/detachable lenses or tripods)
  • NO Fireworks/Explosives
  • NO Umbrellas of any kind
  • NO Laser pointers
  • NO Skateboards/Scooters/Wagons/Motorized Vehicles
  • NO Bicycles inside the festival grounds.
  • NO Illegal vending is permitted.

Please note, all personal belongings will be searched prior to entrance, so please adhere to these rules so that others will not be delayed during the entrance process.

Props and Costumes

Please see guidelines below regarding props and costumes for the event.

No functional props or weapons are allowed. All realistic simulated weapons are prohibited. Simulated or costume fantasy props are allowed as a part of your costume, subject to prior approval by security and compliance with the following:

  • No masks will be permitted.
  • All costume props must conform to state and federal law
  • Edged weapons are prohibited (swords, knives, throwing stars, etc.)
  • Impact weapons are prohibited (clubs, aluminum and metal bats, hammers, martial arts weapons)
  • Firearms are prohibited
  • Airsoft guns are prohibited
  • Archery weapons are prohibited (cross bows, bolts, bows and arrows of all types)
  • No steel handles
  • Projectile costume props must be rendered inoperable
  • Nerf guns are allowed, but ammunition of any kind (foam or otherwise) is prohibited
  • Fanstasy props (which do not resemble real weapons) will be allowed. This includes, light sabers, plasma phasers, etc.)
  • Items such as bullwhips, ropes and lassos are allowed, but must remain rolled and secured at all times.
  • Incendiary or flammable weapons are prohibited, including any items that are capable of igniting sparks or flames, burning, exploding or combusting.
  • Do not display your props in a threatening or menacing manner. (For instance, it's ok to pose for a picture, but cosplayers should not brandish props while walking the around the Festival.)
  • Keep props in Festival areas. If you leave the premises or go out into public for any reason, please put away any and all props immediately.
  • Props may not be brandished, even for photos. Anyone caught doing so will immediately be removed from the venue.
  • Growlers Six is a family friendly event, and costuming worn should reflect that basic premise. The minimal dress standards are full-coverage bikini top, and full-cheek coverage swimsuit bottoms. In all cases local and state decency laws will be applied.

  • Male attendees are strongly encouraged to wear dance belts under any thin-fabric pants (bodysuits, tights, etc.).
  • Precautions should be taken against costume malfunctions (e.g. double-sided tape, pasties, etc.).
  • Footwear must be worn at all times; stocking feet without shoes are not sufficient.
  • Festival staff reserves the right to insist on modifications of costumes.

CONTACT

FOR ALL TICKETING QUESTIONS:
 support.frontgatetickets.com


INFO:
  [email protected]

VENDORS:
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PRESS:
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