Long Beach, California. Queen Mary Park at Sunset - Photo by Maximilian Ho
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Just Like Heaven: The Ultimate Indie Experience

Have you ever dreamed of seeing all of your favorite indie bands in one place? Dream no more, you just strolled into Heaven. Oh yeah, did we mention it’s in Long Beach California?


Phoenix, MGMT, Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, Passion Pit… Need we say more?


Okay, how about Grizzly Bear, The Rapture, Miike Snow, STRFKR, Peter Bjorn and John, Neon Indian, and Washed Out?


If that’s not enough to convince you, let us know because that’s only half the lineup.

If you’re looking for the ultimate indie festival to feel all those 2009 nostalgic vibes you’ve come to the right place. Let’s be honest, a lineup like this hasn’t existed since these bands blew up 10 years ago and it’s never going to exist again.. Until Just Like Heaven 2020. 

You’ve probably never felt F.O.M.O. (Fear of Missing Out) this intense, and we don’t blame you.  We don’t mean to rub it in but you won’t want to miss this! 

Long Beach, California. Queen Mary Park at sunset
Photo by Maximilian Ho

If you’re on the fence about whether or not you should go, we’ll do what good friends do and help make that decision easier for you. Here are 3 undeniable reasons why you should come live it up with us the first weekend in May!

  1. 95% of tickets are sold out. 
  2. What sounds better than a California waterfront concert in early summer?
  3. Most of these artists don’t tour often.

Need a cherry on top? We got you. This year is Passion Pit’s 10 year anniversary of the Manners album, so this truly will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


If you need any more convincing to buy one of the last tickets available, let us know because the list is never-ending.

We just want to keep this list short so you still have time to buy the few tickets that are remaining! 

Ian Deloney
Author: Ian Deloney

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