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Surf City USA is alive with the sound of music! Live tunes sing from bars and pubs along Main Street, bustling restaurants along Pacific Coast Highway, the best Oktoberfest in Orange County, and our very own concert venue in the sand. Hear us out.
Old Crow Smokehouse
Pacific City’s resident barbecue kitchen and country music box hosts live country tunes every Friday and Saturday night at 9 p.m., no cover. Sip southern cocktails and savor bbq styles from the Carolinas, Memphis, Kansas City, and Texas to southerly sounds.
21022 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Perqs Nightclub & Sports Bar
Music booms from the stage at Perqs almost nightly, with live music slated for Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, plus karaoke on Thursday. Another perk of Perqs? Amazing drink specials, including happy hour every weekday from 3-6 p.m. and all day Wednesday, plus deals all weekend long.
117 Main Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
SeaLegs At The Beach
SeaLegs at the Beach is the only beachfront concert venue in Huntington Beach—and in Southern California. Welcoming celebrity acts like Snoop Dogg and local favorites like Tijuana Dogs to its stage, SeaLegs’ impressive lineup also features weekly Reggae Sundays and rockin’ beach parties. It also rocks for other reasons, like its gourmet beach bites and bar, fire pits hugged by Adirondack chairs, and picnic tables in the sand. SeaLegs closes for the winter, but this winter, the always-innovating concessionaire will introduce the first annual SeaLegs Greetings, a holiday beachfront experience from November 29-January 5 showcasing live music by local acts and the Huntington Beach High School Christmas Carolers, plus fun for kids and adults. In 2020, the venue will reopen on March 14, for weekends only, and come May, it will resume daily operations for 100 days of summer. Watch them on social for other pop-up events throughout low season.
17851 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Mother's Tavern, located in Sunset Beach on Pacific Coast Highway, offers live music Friday through Sunday every week. Enjoy bands playing rock and reggae music in the old-school tavern. It is a biker bar with cold beer and great live music.
16701 Pacific Coast Hwy, Sunset Beach, CA 90742
The stage at Gallagher’s rarely rests, with live music almost every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night; karaoke every Tuesday night; local bands every Wednesday night—no cover—and comedy night on Thursdays. Bands hit all scales, from 80s dance bands and acoustic sets to a female-led Alice in Chains cover band to an all-gay AC/DC tribute band. Monthly lineups are calendared on their site, along with links to buy tickets when applicable.
300 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 113, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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This quintessential seafoodery has been around for more than 50 years and is one of the rare spots along Pacific Coast Highway that offers peaceful Huntington Harbour views with dinner. Pair that with live music by local singer-songwriter Jim Quealy in the lounge every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night, and you’ve got yourself an experience.
16812 Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Beach, CA 90742
Old World Village
A charming Bavarian utopia inhabited by unique eateries and shops, Old World has been entertaining Huntington Beach since 1978. Not only is the village home to one of Orange County’s best Oktoberfests—featuring imported German bands—it also slates live music at its German Restaurant from Wednesday-Sunday, and on the first Monday of every month, 17-piece Beach Cities Big Band enlivens the Festival Hall dance floor. Check their event calendar for more sweet beats.
7561 Center Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92647