The Drums And Nathaniel Rateliff Made Waves At Friday Night’s World Surf League Event

The Drums and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats headlined the beachy party.

Photographer Emily Berl
September 14, 2015

To celebrate the Hurley Pro tournament at Trestles, The FADER teamed up with the World Surf League this past Friday night to celebrate surfing, the sea, and seriously good music. Brooklyn-based indie pop band The Drums co-headlined with Colorado singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff and his band the Night Sweats. Savannah Buffet and Will Smith were among the guests there to check out the timeline of surf history (complete with actual vintage surfboards dating back to the 1940s—so cool), and munch on Kogi beef and sweets from a surf-inspired dessert bar. Plus, there was a vintage Jeep for people to take cute souvenir pics in front of, which Rateliff took full advantage of. Solidisco closed out the night with a DJ set, and everyone went home with the beach in their hearts. Check out photos from the event below 🏄

Posted: September 14, 2015