Forever Never Land Debuts in Avila Beach this Summer!

When Forever Never Land contacted me about promting this exciting new festival, I, at first, thought it must be a childrens event for Peter Pan 😉 But, not at all! This is a wonderful, new weekend coming to California’s Central Coast & I am thrilled to tell you more about it!

Forever Never Land has announced their inaugural two-day debut festival, Forever Never Land and Music Forever Land, to be held on September 13-14, 2014 in San Luis Obispo, California. One of only two 21+ festivals in the US, and the only 21+ festival in California, Forever Never Land will bring its signature production to Avila Beach (at their beautiful golf course venue, below)with an abundance of activities for adults. The two-day festival will combine the best childhood activities with international food and drink, and feature a variety of artists, bands and performers.


Creating an immersive experience, Forever Never Land will offer guests four interactive “lands” in which they can relish in life and music. Each with a different theme, Forever Never Land will introduce Castle Land, Futureland, Pirate’s Cove, and International World for every festival goer’s taste—drawing on memories old and new. Differing from most California festivals, each of these lands will allow guests to curate their very experience with throwback activities and musical performances by top artists across an array of genres.

Heres the scoop on the lands:

Castle Land – Flooded with treasures, gems and royal activities, this land boasts zip lines, bounce castles and a giant chessboard. The focal point of the festival, the Main Stage will offer performances from top Indie-Pop, Indie-Rock, Top 40, Alternative and local San Francisco/Los Angeles bands.

Futureland– The land of laser-tag, lights, and neon glow, dance with your friends while you enjoy a human paint party. The Blackout Stage offers guest the chance to get lost in performances from top, sought-after dance music artists.

Pirate’s Cove – Dedicated to cooling you off and getting you wet, the cove offers activities including beach volleyball, water slides—including the 200 ft. Dropkick Water Slide—, and a foam party dance floor. The Forever Stage features throwback musical performances, transporting guests to the glory days of the 1980’s, 1990’s and early 2000’s.

International World – Designed for the foodies, eat and drink your way around the world with staple items from 10+ countries, including: Japan, Mexico, Ireland, Germany, America and more!


Guests are given the option of two ticket tiers—general admission and VIP. You can purchase a ticket to Forever Never Land on Saturday, and/or its sister counterpart Music Forever Land on Sunday. Both events offer all of the same great activities, games and music. VIP festival goers will be offered free open bar and enjoy front of the line fast passes for activities, rides, and games.

Tickets are now available for purchase HERE, and will be available until sold out. Released in phases, ticket prices will continue to increase as the line-up is announced. For least expensive tickets, Forever Never Land goers are encouraged to purchase tickets as early as possible. You can also buy a ticket to both days and save!

I hope to attend, & as soon as I find out the musical lineup, you will hear more from me on this new exciting weekend! 😉


  1. Ann

    April 29, 2014 at 9:29 am

    This sounds like a blast; I want to see who’s going to be playing though–before I buy my ticket. I’ll have to follow them to find out.
    What a great place to have it too!

    1. AlongComesMary

      April 29, 2014 at 10:05 am

      Right?! Its always hard & tempting that the prices are so much cheaper before the line up is said. I love Avila so I am hoping its good music, too.

  2. Erika

    April 29, 2014 at 9:53 am

    So no activities for children? The name also immediately reminded me of Peter Pan and childhood. It would definitely be fun if they had some things to bring the little ones too!

    1. AlongComesMary

      April 29, 2014 at 10:04 am

      Hi Erika, Nope, its a 21+ event 😉 But I hear you, I ended up wanting to help promote because its for big kids, since I have no kids, but I totally thought it was a childs weekend, too! 🙂

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