with Pepper, Rome & Duddy, KBong and Johnny Cosmic, Artikal Sound System, Doah's Daydream, Tropidelic, Eli-Mac, Bumpin Uglies, Iam Tongi, Tunnel Vision, Dubbest
Sat, Sep 28 @ 12:00 pm PDT ( Doors: 12:00 pm )
Mariner’s Point Park , 3119 Mariners Way, San Diego, CA
All Ages
$60 - $2,999
Additional Info


3 Day Passes Available Here
Friday Single Day Tickets Available Here
Sunday Single Day Tickets Available Here




GA  - $60 for 1 Day Pass

VIP - $299 for 1 Day Pass

  • VIP Passes provide you access to all the perks of General Admission (GA) plus:
  • Expedited front gate entry
  • VIP only front of stage access. The pit is in the front of the stage and is sectioned off by barricades. Want to see the artists up close and personal
  • Viewing areas within the private gated VIP community and an additional elevated platform adjacent to the main stage
  • Enjoy the festival with easy access to VIP only bathroom facilities
  • Private shaded cabana area with lounge seating
  • VIP Bar featuring signature craft cocktails, an expanded beer and wine menu
  • On-site VIP event staff to assist you throughout your festival experience

Experience Unrivaled VIP Treatment: The Ultra VIP Concert Experience

Enjoy unparalleled access to behind-the-scenes action, dining and mingling with bands, and elevated viewing above the crowd.

Your journey begins with a hosted bar serving handcrafted cocktails and fine wines, setting the tone for an evening of exclusivity.

Gain exclusive backstage access to mingle with band members and witness the magic unfold behind the scenes.

Indulge in culinary delights by Billy Butters, elevating your concert experience with gourmet dishes and tantalizing treats.

Savor premier side-stage viewing for an electrifying atmosphere and unparalleled vantage points of the stage and adoring fans.

Take home exclusive merchandise as timeless mementos of your VIP experience.

Benefit from dedicated VIP staff ensuring your every need is met throughout the festival.

Ascend to our 6-foot tall Ultra Lounge platform for panoramic views of the stage and Mission Bay, limited to only 40 guests.

Embark on a behind-the-scenes adventure with the founders for insider access to Bayfest grounds before the main event.

Join us for an unforgettable journey into the heart of VIP treatment with the Ultra VIP Concert Experience.



Iration has a natural affinity for reggae and island sounds. Their love and appreciation for music spans across a wide range of styles and genres including rock, pop, R&B and funk. Over the past 15 years, the celebrated five-piece - Micah Pueschel [Lead Vocals / Guitar], Adam Taylor [Bass], Joe Dickens [Drums], Cayson Peterson [Keyboard / Synth] and Micah Brown [Guitar / Vocals] – have perfected their distinct hybrid style of music, blending all influences together as evidenced on their seventh, and most recent, full-length album Coastin’ [Three Prong Records). A record about being thankful for the moments that we have.

Iration has been touring nationally since 2008, performing at festivals nationwide from Lollapalooza to Sunfest and Hangout, closing stages at festivals like Bottlerock and Outside Lands. The Hawaiian-bred musicians look forward to spreading their original sound and 'Aloha spirit' all the while never forgetting to get a surf in when possible.


“It’s the hardest thing we’ve ever done as a band to make this record,” says guitarist/vocalist Kaleo Wassman of Pepper, in speaking on the recording process of their new self-titled album. “It speaks loudly and widely to a broader audience while maintaining everything good about the band, which, first of all, is our positive attitude.” After releasing five albums, Pepper has opened a new chapter in their storied career. Drummer Yesod Williams adds, “This record feels very cohesive in a way our past releases maybe didn’t. I think it’s an album that can appeal to everyone, as well. We’ve been pigeonholed in the past so this is an opportunity to transcend all that and spread our wings even wider.”

The trio, who formed in 1997 and moved to the mainland from their hometown of Kailua Kona, Hawaii in 1999, pressed pause after the release of their fifth album, Pink Crustaceans and Good Vibrations, in 2008. There was a sense of fatigue and disunity amongst the three musicians, who took some time off from music both apart and together before rejoining to create an EP, Stiches, in late 2010. The songs on that release re-energized the group, revealing an urgent desire to make a new album that reflected where they are in their lives and career now. After some tour dates in support of the EP, Pepper sat down and focused on their sixth album, a self-titled released that swings open the door on this new chapter.

The musicians went into the studio with Matt Wallace, a producer known for his work with Maroon 5, O.A.R. and Faith No More, in early 2012. Matt helped focus the group’s vision and expand their musical knowledge base, an experience the band members compare to being in their own version of college. The album was recorded in various studios over the course of a year, honing in on Pepper’s re-defined self-identity and how that focus was reflected in the songs.

“We learned so much,” Yesod says. “Matt help us really focus on the art of songwriting. He sat in the room with the three of us with a fine-tooth comb and went over every word, every melody, every sound. He showed us that it’s important what you do play as well as what you don’t play, creating both spaces in the songs. We learned how powerful simplicity can be. Plus, we had such a good time recording this album and I think that shows.”

The resulting album, self-titled to accentuate where the band feels they are presently, broadens Pepper’s style, veering into new sonic territory while still retaining all the fun elements that make the band so beloved by their fans. The ever-present sense of life surges through the tracks, bolstering the sense of optimism throughout. The party anthems, the beach hang melodies, and the boisterous rhythms are all there, each song carefully crafted to best express these sunny moments by the ocean.

“This album is basically 12 snapshots of where we are,” vocalist/bassist Bret Bollinger says. “There are songs that will remind you of your favorite Pepper songs, but by the end you’ll hear some unexpected things. You’ll realize that the songwriting is so much more refined. And there’s laughter in the background of the songs. That’s how good the vibe is on the record.”

Pepper has toured extensively with groups like 311, Slightly Stoopid, Flogging Molly and Sublime With Rome, and spent several summers on Warped Tour – and this live sensibility shows. You can almost feel the sand in your toes and the sun on your back as the album progresses, the musician’s amiable personalities palpable beneath the island rhythms and mellow tones. The band’s music – both live and on their releases – is really about enjoying life and being grateful for each experience, a sensibility that’s very familiar to the three musicians currently in their career. From their 1999 debut Give’n It to their 2006 standout album No Shame, which was recorded with 311’s Nick Hexum, No Doubt’s Tony Kanal and Butthole Surfers’ Paul Leary, Pepper has embodied not only a style of music but a lifestyle, one that’s most easily found on beaches across the world, but also one that’s relatable to anyone anywhere.

Released via their own label LAW Records, their universal appeal has led their music being placed in various movies and TV shows, including Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Good Luck Chuck, as well as several video game soundtracks. The band’s story to date has been a prolific one. But as Pepper turns the page into a fresh chapter with this new album, it’s clear that the band’s passion for music and life will continue on for years to come.

“We’re so blessed to be in this position,” Kaleo says. “We want to do the best we can with it. We had humble beginnings in our small town in Hawaii and we’re still that same humble band. We don’t take any of this lightly. Every day I wake up and think about how I have the best job in the world. The level of gratitude and happiness I have that we’re able to do this is incredible and I hope people can hear that when they listen to our new songs.”

Rome & Duddy

From reggae to Americana, Rome Ramirez of Sublime with Rome and Duddy B of Dirty Heads join forces in Rome & Duddy. Their debut EP "Cactus Cool" blends genres to create a feel-good soundscape, perfect for relaxing or partying with friends.
KBong and Johnny Cosmic
Kevin Bong,aka ‘KBONG’ is a multi-instrumental artist who is well known for his “key” role in reggaeband Stick Figure. Touring with the group since 2012, KBonghas solidified his place as one of thetop keyboard players in today’s current Reggae scene. Kbong’s first studio album ‘Hopes andDreams’ released in 2014 which features him as the prominent song writer. The summer anthem“Livin Easy” features Scott Woodruff and the rest of Stick Figure. Other collaborations on the albuminclude singer/songwriter Hirie, producer Johnny Cosmic and producer Alific. You’ll hear a mix up oftasty musical ingredients that include ska, reggae, beachy surf vibes and catchy acoustic guitar riffs.Once you hear his style you will be hooked because it’s fresh and pleasing to the ears. Look out forhis second solo album “Easy To Love You” releasing in 2018
Artikal Sound System
Doah's Daydream

San Diego's Island Grunge queen Doah brings the power of rock & punk to Hawaiian island vibes. Born in Korea, raised in Oahu, this genre-bending singer-songwriter's music is an irresistible mix of sun-kissed melodies and raw energy.

Eli-Mac’s story reads like a fairy tale, a musical journey which has turned into an impressive career that took flight with the successful release of her hit five-song EP, entitled Dubstop in 2014, produced by JP Kennedy of The Green and Leslie Ludiazo of Hot Rain.  A Filipino native who moved with her family to Hawaii as a youngster, Camile (Eli-Mac spelled backwards) Velasco was a rebel who combined island music/roots with R&B and hip-hop.

Eli-Mac’s musical and fashion style comes from growing up in the ‘90s listening to Lauryn Hill, Salt N Pepa, TLC and Erykah Badu along with hip-hop icons Wu Tang Clan, Nas, TupacShakur and Mobb Deep.  She shared her mother’s love of ‘70s disco and ‘80s dance/pop while her father turned her on to ‘60s classic rock and jazz from The Eagles and The Doors to Billie Holiday.  At the tender age of 18, Eli landed a spot on the hit TV show American Idol as a Top 10 finalist. Eli-Mac continued on in the music industry, signing with several major and independent labels, such as Motown Records and indie hip-hop label Up Above Records to now Island Empire.

She discovered her sound by combining her three favorite genres – roots reggae, hip-hop and R&B – creating the groundbreaking Dubstop with subsequent dub-wise, rootsyrecords like “Can’t Get Enough,” and “Roots Girl” produced by her current partner Louie Castle of noted San Diego-based reggae band Tribal Seeds. 
By rebranding herself as Eli-Mac in 2014, Eli has been able to step outside herself – and the limitations put on her by others – to emerge as a flamboyant, sensual performer, not an alter ego, as she insists, but a truer version of her real self.

“Eli-Mac is an extension of who I really am,” she explains.
“I am proud to incorporate my upbringing in Hawai’i into my music,” she says. “That culture remains important to me.”
Songs like the slinky “Mr. Sensi,” represent Eli-Mac’s unique urban island style.
In 2008, Eli-Mac recorded a version of Bob Marley’s “Guava Jelly,” produced by his son Stephen Marley, at Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica, which earned her the Hawaii Music Awards’ Single of the Year.  In 2020 she won the Island Music Awards’ Best Music Video for her song “Roots Girl” and Female Artist of the Year.  She has also opened for the likes of her idol Lauryn Hill, Sublime, Shaggy, Soja, J Boog and Common Kings, as well as appearances at the One Love Festival, Cali Roots and many more.

Eli-Mac currently resides in San Diego, where she is writing and recording her third album.
Bumpin Uglies
Maryland's Bumpin Uglies never stopped during the pandemic. From backyard gigs to livestreams, they honed their craft and wrote a killer new album, "Mid-Atlantic Dub," filled with catchy grooves and honest lyrics about growth, loss, and fatherhood.
Iam Tongi
20-year-old Hawaiian singer Iam Tongi uses his powerful voice to capture both joy and loss. From emotional ballads about his father to upbeat jams, his music connects on a deep level.
San Diego's Dubbest blends classic roots reggae with modern improvisation, creating a sound both familiar and fresh. Their new album "Light Flashes" is polished and powerful, featuring vintage instrumentation and guest appearances from reggae all-stars. Catch them live for an unforgettable experience that blends classic hits with surprising jams.