This year’s Sea Hear Now music, art, and surfing event, which takes place on September 16 and 17 at Asbury Park’s North Beach and Bradley Park, will feature performances by the Foo Fighters and the Killers as its headliners.

On Saturday, September 16, The Killers will perform alongside Greta Van Fleet, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Sheryl Crow, Tash Sultana, Living Colour, and more artists. On September 17, Weezer, the Beach Boys, Rebelution, Mt. Joy, the Breeders, Tegan and Sara, Stephen Sanchez, and more acts perform before The Foo Fighters hit the stage.

Tickets for single-day and two-day general admission, GA plus, VIP, platinum, and Ultimate Experience go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9. General admission tickets for two days cost $210. To purchase tickets or learn more, go to

This year, the city bands dominating the major stages include Alexander Simone and Whodat?, Quincy Mumford, Yawn Mower, and Waiting on Mongo.

With Cam Richards and Sam Hammer serving as captains, the North Beach Rumble surf competition is back. There will be participation from surfers Will Skudin, Cassidy McClain, Jamie DeWitt, Rob Kelly, and Pat Schmidt.

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The sandstone structure known as Stoke Henge, which is just off the beachfront, will be back, with new pieces by local artist Pork Chop. Additionally, artwork by Jersey Shore artist Jay Alders will be on exhibit, and Bradley Park will once again host the Transparent Gallery pop-up.

The Asbury Park shore is no stranger to the Foo Fighters. When they were the headliners of the Bamboozle Festival in 2012, they performed there.

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Last year’s Sea Hear Now featured performances by Boy George and Culture Club, My Morning Jacket, Wet Leg, Idles, Billy Strings, Cage the Elephant, Fletcher, and Gary Clark Jr. in addition to the headliners Green Day and Stevie Nicks.

Bruce Springsteen’s photography was featured on display in the festival’s Transparent Clinch Gallery pop-up tent in Bradley Park.

After the Sea Hear Now festival was postponed in 2020 because to the COVID, Pearl Jam and Smashing Pumpkins performed as the headliners in 2021. Most of the 2020 lineup was carried over to the 2021 festival. Jack Johnson and Incubus were the featured artists when Sea Hear Now made its premiere in 2018. 2019’s headliners included The Lumineers and The Dave Matthews Band.

C3 Presents, the organization behind Lollapalooza, along with locals Danny Clinch and Tim Donnelly created Sea Hear Now. Clinch, a native of Toms River, has captured images of legendary musicians including Bruce Springsteen and Tupac Shakur.


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