Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Noah Kahan Lead Sea.Hear.Now Lineup

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Bruce Springsteen, Noah Kahan - Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images; Rick Kern/WireImage
Bruce Springsteen, Noah Kahan - Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images; Rick Kern/WireImage

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band will literally send Greetings From Asbury Park this September when they headline the 2024 Sea.Hear.Now festival. Noah Kahan also tops the lineup for the two-day event, taking place in Asbury Park, New Jersey — at North Beach and Bradley Park, flanked by the Atlantic Ocean — on Sept. 14 and 15.

Springsteen and the E Street Band top the Sunday bill, with the Gaslight Anthem, Trey Anastasio Band, Norah Jones, Kool & the Gang, Action Bronson, Gorgol Bordello, Larkin Poe, and Joy Oladokun also set to play the final day of the fest.

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Kahan headlines on Saturday, with the Black Crowes, 311, the Revivalists, the Hives, Grace Potter, Sierra Ferrell, Peaches, Guster, Ziggy Alberts, and Robert Randolph Band among the lineup.

Presales for tickets to the event begin on March 7 at 10 a.m. ET. Additional information, including signing up for presale passcodes, can be found on the festival’s official website.

Sea.Hear.Now will feature more than 25 artists across three stages, art installations, and a professional surf contest. The latter takes place between the two main stages. The surf lineup includes Balaram Stack, reigning champ Cam Richards, Sam Hammer, Cassidy McClain, Rob Kelly, Pat Schmidt, Mike Gleason, Tom Ihnken, Jamie DeWitt, Logan Kamen, Cole Deveney and Audrey Iglay.

In 2023, the fest lineup included Weezer, the Killers, Foo Fighters, Sheryl Crow, Greta Van Fleet, the Breeders, and more.

Last month, Springsteen performed with Jon Bon Jovi, who was honored as the Grammys MusiCares Person of the Year (Springsteen is a previous recipient). The two performed “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” and “Promised Land.”

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