The 23rd Annual San Diego Festival of Beer is fully booked for entertainment. SDPAC would like to thank all the local and touring acts who have offered to perform. Please consider signing up as a volunteer at our event. CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER!

Line up for the 23rd Annual San Diego Festival of Beer:

6 - 7pm - The Mondaze

730-830 pm - The Verigolds

9pm - 10pm - Vokab Kompany

San Diego Indie rockers The Verigolds create music that is inspired by the sonic currents that cross between the beaches and deserts of Southern California. The Verigolds started performing by collaborating with artist Celeste Byers whose vibrant, psychedelic, and dream-filled art was a perfect fit for the hippie, vibrant, eclectic scene of Ocean Beach, California. The Verigolds' sound channels the energy of this hippie enclave, ranging from folk woods experimentation to psychedelic dance groove.

Nominated for Best Indie/Alternative Album & Performing at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards, The Verigolds just performed at the major music festival KAABOO in September '16 alongside legendary artists including Aerosmith, Cold War Kids & The Struts, The Verigolds have been played on BBC Radio London, closed out all of the rock radio stations in San Diego (91x, FM949 and Rock1053), played on Laguna Beach KX 93.5, performed on Good Morning San Diego in addition to performing at San Diego's premiere venues (Belly Up, Casbah, Soda Bar, Music Box and House of Blues), direct support for national/global touring acts including The Shelters, Finish Ticket, The Boxer Rebellion, PHASES, Hey Rosetta!, Andrew Belle, Magic Giant, Dick Diver, Mother Mother, The Young Wild, Emily Jane White.

Vokab Kompany is a genre-defying collection of sound comprised of vocalists Rob Hurt and Burke Baby. With live accompaniments by their five-piece band, they use heavy synths, guitars, saxophone, bass and drums to create an innovative sound that blankets audiences and leaves them in a musical stupor. While maintaining a rigorous touring schedule, the San Diego natives have also found themselves as hometown favorites, garnering recognition at the San Diego Music Awards and winning several awards including best Hip Hop album and best Hip Hop performance. An interesting feat for a band that could just as easily be called Electronic, Funk, Jam or Rap in the same breath.