Friday Night's Registration Party - The Music

Friday Night's Registration Party - The Music

Please make plans to be in PC for Friday Night's Registration Party for the Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic. Along with the Oregon Coast Movie Premiere of Compassing, we are excited to have the band Apollo Four provide some surf vibes for the evening! They describe their music as "Surf. Spy. Lounge. Action & Adventure. If there was a jukebox at the Secret Agent Go-Go Lounge at Cape Canaveral, it would sound like the Apollo Four!" Go to their website to hear some of their music and find out more of what they are all about. They will also be playing the next night at The Oar House following the contest's Saturday Night Party, don't miss either night!

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