The Surfrider Foundation, an international non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans and beaches, is putting on its first annual Surfrider Summerfest this Father’s Day, June 16. The Grove in Anaheim, Calif., will host the event, which features two back-to-back performances by The Beach Boys at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Other artists performing on a courtyard second stage include Donavon, White Buffalo, The Ziggens, Tiki Tones, and the Torquays. Special guests will make appearances throughout the day.

An exhibition of surf photography and film will feature the talents of Jacques Garnier, Bud Brown and Surfer Magazine, as well as a special preview of the Laguna Art Museum’s surf culture exhibit.

Other than the Beach Boys concert, Summerfest is a free event open to the general public. General admission tickets to both concerts are available at $62. The Surfrider Foundation is offering a special package for $100, which includes membership in the organization, a pass to meet and greet, concert ticket, dinner and VIP pass to the post-show event.

Proceeds from Summerfest will go to benefit the Surfrider Foundation.