Save The Waves Film Fest wraps up in San Fran
Save The Waves Film Festival Tour -- our final event is in San Francisco tomorrow night
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 15 November, 2012 : - - Please join us this Friday evening, November 16, at the historic Victoria Theatre in San Francisco for our final stop of a 3-city tour of Save The Waves Film Festival. This epic evening of films and music has swept up the coast all month from Santa Barbara to Santa Cruz and now San Francisco. In Santa Barbara we featured the world premieres of "Groundswell" by Chris Malloy, "Ode to California" by Patrick Trefz, and "Yukon Kings" by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee.
This event is age restricted to 21 and over only, featuring live music by local San Francisco indie rockers Solwave from 6 to 7:30 PM. Films begin at 7:30 PM. The theater will sell out so arrive early for best seats. With a full cash bar by Sierra Nevada, Peligroso Tequila, Ocean Vodka, Zola Acai Coco and Guayaki Yerba Mate. Tickets are selling very quickly, get yours now! All proceeds benefit the environmental programs of Save The Waves Coalition and World Surfing Reserves.
Save The Waves Film Festival is presented by: Teva, Patagonia, Clif Bar and O'Neill Wetsuits. Save The Waves Film Festival is supported by: Zola Acai, 7x7 Magazine, Cannonball Press, San Franpsycho, Peligroso Tequila, Guayaki Yerba Mate, Sierra Nevada, Ocean Vodka, Surfersvillage, Hotel Indigo, Agave Inn, Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co, Agave Inn, Hotel Indigo, LoaTree, Santa Cruz Dream Inn, Saltwater Oyster Depot.
Victoria Theatre, San Francisco
Friday, November 16, 2012
Doors & Music 6 PM
Live music by Solwave
Tickets on sale now
Save The Waves Film Festival is presented by Patagonia, Clif Bar, Teva and O'Neill Wetsuits. Save The Waves Film Festival is also supported by Zola Acai, 7x7 Magazine, LoaTree, Cannonball Press, Peligroso Tequila, Guayaki Yerba Mate, Sierra Nevada, Surfers Village, Ocean Vodka and San Franpsycho. For a complete list of supporters and collaborators please visit savethewaves.org/filmfestival
Author: Josh Berry
Tags: Save The Waves Film Festival, Environment, California