Thousands head to Sea.Hear.Now festival in Asbury Park

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As summer says its final goodbye this weekend, about 35,000 people headed to the Sea.Hear.Now music festival in Asbury Park Saturday.

The festival features a surfing competition, food and music. There was also an area for nonprofits and art for people to enjoy.


Acts include the Dropkick Murphys, Bad Religion, Dave Matthews Band and the Lumineers.

Tickets are sold out but some may be found on resale websites.

"I'm having so much fun," said attendee, Kristen. "I'm having all the fun right now."


Residents are asked to be cautious as some beaches don't have lifeguards on staff.

The two-day festival continues through Sunday.

 

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