Surf & Turf Beach Party at JAX

In the golden age of California's beach scene, two types of music emerged that captured the innocence and culture of the 60s & 70s:

Rockabilly music and Surf bands!

Now we take you back to those memorable days of sand, waves - and classic surf & rockabilly music!

Our Surf & Turf series celebrates with a rockabilly band and an uptempo surf band, and contrasts them in a cool concert setting at Campus JAX in Newport Beach:

The Altar Billies and the Tourmaliners!

At least once a month, fans of both genres can get together and find common ground as the bands perform live onstage with a dance floor, a full menu - and a full bar.

Best of all, it is on a Sunday evening - so you have nothing to keep you from enjoying your kind of music.


Reserve seats now for this phenomenal new series kicking off on Sunday Oct. 17 at 7 pm.

Free parking, all ages, one dinner entree required per person (starts at $10)


About the Tourmaliners:

Deven Berryhill has put together an all-star surf band.

The group comes with serious surf music pedigree. Frontman and guitarist Deven Berryhill is son of legendary guitarist Bob Berryhill, best known for his work with The Surfari’s and such hits as the immortal, “Wipe Out.”

The Tourmaliners consists of bassist Matt Clowminzer, formerly of funk combo Hot Chicken Stew; guitarist Joe Dameron; keyboardist and vocalist Ina Soliz; John MacElwee on Drums; and Deven Berryhill - vocals & guitar

The band mixes it up between classics such as “Misirlou,” “La Bamba,” and “Sleep Walk,” plus originals penned by Berryhill.


About the Altar Billies:

The Altar Billies are a rockabilly/psychobilly trio that perform the music of the Altar Boys (A punk/rock group from the 80s and early 90s).

Led by Altar Boys front man Mike Stand on geetar and vocals, the group has taken the music of the Altar Boys, stripped it down to its roots, put a twang to it, and a swing that will keep your toes a tapp'n and your fingers snapp'n.

Rounding out the line up are Johnny X on upright and Chuck "Wagon" Cummings on the skins.


10/17/2021 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

In the golden age of California's beach scene, two types of music emerged that captured the innocence and culture of the 60s & 70s:

Rockabilly music and Surf bands!

Now we take you back to those memorable days of sand, waves - and classic surf & rockabilly music!

Our Surf & Turf series celebrates with a rockabilly band and an uptempo surf band, and contrasts them in a cool concert setting at Campus JAX in Newport Beach:

The Altar Billies and the Tourmaliners!

At least once a month, fans of both genres can get together and find common ground as the bands perform live onstage with a dance floor, a full menu - and a full bar.

Best of all, it is on a Sunday evening - so you have nothing to keep you from enjoying your kind of music.

Reserve seats now for this phenomenal new series kicking off on Sunday Oct. 17 at 7 pm.

Free parking, all ages, one dinner entree required per person (starts at $10)

About the Tourmaliners:

Deven Berryhill has put together an all-star surf band.

The group comes with serious surf music pedigree. Frontman and guitarist Deven Berryhill is son of legendary guitarist Bob Berryhill, best known for his work with The Surfari’s and such hits as the immortal, “Wipe Out.”

The Tourmaliners consists of bassist Matt Clowminzer, formerly of funk combo Hot Chicken Stew; guitarist Joe Dameron; keyboardist and vocalist Ina Soliz; John MacElwee on Drums; and Deven Berryhill - vocals & guitar

The band mixes it up between classics such as “Misirlou,” “La Bamba,” and “Sleep Walk,” plus originals penned by Berryhill.

About the Altar Billies:

The Altar Billies are a rockabilly/psychobilly trio that perform the music of the Altar Boys (A punk/rock group from the 80s and early 90s).

Led by Altar Boys front man Mike Stand on geetar and vocals, the group has taken the music of the Altar Boys, stripped it down to its roots, put a twang to it, and a swing that will keep your toes a tapp'n and your fingers snapp'n.

Rounding out the line up are Johnny X on upright and Chuck "Wagon" Cummings on the skins.

In the golden age of California's beach scene, two types of music emerged that captured the innocence and culture of the 60s & 70s:

Rockabilly music and Surf bands!

Now we take you back to those memorable days of sand, waves - and classic surf & rockabilly music!

Our Surf & Turf series celebrates with a rockabilly band and an uptempo surf band, and contrasts them in a cool concert setting at Campus JAX in Newport Beach:

The Altar Billies and the Tourmaliners!

At least once a month, fans of both genres can get together and find common ground as the bands perform live onstage with a dance floor, a full menu - and a full bar.

Best of all, it is on a Sunday evening - so you have nothing to keep you from enjoying your kind of music.


Reserve seats now for this phenomenal new series kicking off on Sunday Oct. 17 at 7 pm.

Free parking, all ages, one dinner entree required per person (starts at $10)


About the Tourmaliners:

Deven Berryhill has put together an all-star surf band.

The group comes with serious surf music pedigree. Frontman and guitarist Deven Berryhill is son of legendary guitarist Bob Berryhill, best known for his work with The Surfari’s and such hits as the immortal, “Wipe Out.”

The Tourmaliners consists of bassist Matt Clowminzer, formerly of funk combo Hot Chicken Stew; guitarist Joe Dameron; keyboardist and vocalist Ina Soliz; John MacElwee on Drums; and Deven Berryhill - vocals & guitar

The band mixes it up between classics such as “Misirlou,” “La Bamba,” and “Sleep Walk,” plus originals penned by Berryhill.


About the Altar Billies:

The Altar Billies are a rockabilly/psychobilly trio that perform the music of the Altar Boys (A punk/rock group from the 80s and early 90s).

Led by Altar Boys front man Mike Stand on geetar and vocals, the group has taken the music of the Altar Boys, stripped it down to its roots, put a twang to it, and a swing that will keep your toes a tapp'n and your fingers snapp'n.

Rounding out the line up are Johnny X on upright and Chuck "Wagon" Cummings on the skins.