This past weekend’s Party Wave event was the last celebration at the Sea Stack for the 2015 season. It was the culmination of an entire summer’s worth of art, music, workshops, barbecues, and the enjoyment of cold beers on hot days with friends.
True to form, we featured a bunch of local artists displaying their work for the group art show. These talented creatives included the likes of: Alicia Toldi, Miles Jackler, Adam Raymaker, Lorien Stern, Stephen Amato, Anemone Delvoie, Nick Pourfard, and Muzae Sesay. We donated a portion of all the art sales from the Sea Stack to our friends at Save the Waves Foundation to support their efforts to keep our beach home the beautiful place that it is.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a party at the Sea Stack without some live musical performances by local bands, The Cherries and The Imperfections. And while they kept the beat going, Fort Point Beer Company kept the beer flowing with their tasty “Park” and “Westfalia” craft brews. Our next door neighbors and brothers from another mother, Brothers Pizza hooked up the hungry crowds with their delicious Indian style pies that were all eagerly devoured within a span of five minutes.
In summation, Party Wave was an excellent event to celebrate our local creative community in our new favorite neighborhood. Thanks to the whole Taraval Street community for supporting and celebrating with us. And thanks for hosting the awesome after party with the ping pong table and Star Trek themed portal room (you know who you are). It goes without saying that there would have been no Sea Stack without the participation of the raddest brands in San Francisco. So a huge thank you to: Sunski, EO Products, Gravel & Gold, Rumpl, Oru Kayak, Blood and Bolts Apparel, Susan Hoff Collections, Nipomo and Scrapdog Skateboards.
See you next summer when The Sea Stack returns to another beachside retreat ...