You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers. And if the below doesn’t answer those questions drop us a line anytime to email@example.com. Here to help.
The Surf Thing starts Wednesday, June 14th and concludes on Saturday, June 17th rain or shine or fog or drizzle or snow. That’d be wild if it snows. A schedule of all events can be found on thesurfthing.com
We welcome all ages. Although some of the events have a 21+ need based on the rules of the host establishment and state laws. If you have any questions or needs for children please feel free to drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who has an appreciation for the ocean and community. It helps if that person likes good music, interesting Q&A panels, fun golf outings, daily beach activities, worthwhile surf movies, quality giveback programs, meeting new and seeing old friends, and anyone curious about ways to better help the surf community.
Honored to be able to support the following with proceeds from The Surf Thing donated passes and purchases:
A good respectful attitude and $10 bucks to visit The Lighthouse. The Whalebone crew would also recommend visiting local shops and restaurants while you can in the area. Be sure to check out the weather in advance as June can sometimes bring a fluctuation in temperatures throughout the day.
There are lots of ways to get to Montauk. Here a few we might recommend.
Uber or local taxi company or The Free Ride or walking or bikes. Montauk is fairly spaced out so be prepared to line up rides to-and-from activities as needed.
The Surf Thing and Whalebone crew recommend you follow all local guidelines for parking at the beach and in town. Resident and beach pass parking is required at many beaches. Be sure to check out the signs in advance. Learn more here. Riding a bike, Uber, or drop-off and pick-up from a friend are popular as to avoid tickets and unnecessary headaches for all.
Code of Conduct:
The Surf Thing by Whalebone Magazine is a welcoming summertime thing. As a guest, whether from Montauk or visiting from out of town, you have an active role in helping everyone create an enjoyable environment, including speaking out if you see unacceptable behavior. The Surf Thing has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination of any kind, including but not limited to: race, color, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, and disability status. Be a good human.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Yes, the full ticket can be transferred and must be done 1 week prior to June 14th by emailing email@example.com and confirming transfer. The ticket cannot be transferred after June 14th, or be transferred for individual events.
Tickets must be purchased prior to attending. No tickets will be sold on property.
Tickets will be given to you in the form of a wristband upon entry at the first event you attend.
Your wristband will be your ticket in to any and all events. Must be wearing the wristband to enter each property as a guest of The Surf Thing. No exceptions.
If you lose or misplace your wristband you will need to buy a new one at the full ticket price… so don’t lose it.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org