SLO Brew and Liberty School Wines are proud to present The Cayucos Pier Benefit Concert and Festivities II.

This event will be a sequel to the very successful event hosted Nov. 16th, 2013.  Through the support of many local, business, civic groups and residents, the previous event raised $40,000 for The Pier Project through it Friday and Saturday events.  

In July of 2013 it was determined that the Cayucos pier required 2 million dollars in repairs to make it safe for public use and accordingly the County of San Luis Obispo Condemned the Cayucos Pier.  In response, SLO Brew and Liberty School Wines created a concept in collaboration with the County of San Luis Obispo, local Caycuos residents, business owners, civic groups and concerned citizens to host “Concerts for Cayucos II”  On Saturday, June 21st (The Summer Solstice) from 11am – 6pm The Historic Cayucos Pier will play host to an eclectic day of free musical entertainment on the pier and beach featuring: Surfer Legend - Tom Curren, The Tumbleweed Wanderers, The Julian Temple Band, Proxima Parada, Joe Koenig, Shane Stoneman, Bucket Busters, and more.  In addition to the beach concert, Front St. in Cayucos will play host to a variety of concessionaires, including a beer and wine garden a variety of food, beverage, and arts vending.  Proceeds from the event will be donated to the pier reconstruction effort and needed Front Street Repairs.  

In addition to the concert and vending, June's event will play host to "Paddle The Pier - Powered by Kelp Farmer."  Join our friends at Kelp Farmer as they host an open paddle around the pier.  Chose your own water craft and join the fun in paddling around the historic pier.... REGISTER HERE

You are invited to bring your beach blanket and the entire family to enjoy a fun filled event while supporting your community and one the Counties most significant historic landmarks The Cayucos Pier! For more information on this event and the sponsors who are making it all possible, please follow the event on facebook at Concerts for Cayucos.