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Unique and interesting circuit bands with some local music too. Great open air beach vibe. Parking is difficult though which is a common problem everywhere on the beach. Parking is one car behind the other, however, there’s an attendant who will find the car owner parked behind you when you’re ready to go. Weird system, but works reasonably well. While there are some locals there (myself included), you might meet interesting people from all over the world.
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