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California Roadtrip Photo Overload!

Hello everybody! I know its been a little bit so I wanted to update everybody on the Third Kind™ California roadtrip, and share lots of pictures from along the way. So the quick update is this: we left Jacksonville on 4/20/16 for California. We stopped in several spots along the way and picked up two shops outside of California while traveling. After a brief stay in Tucson for a little bit we hit the road for San Diego. This was yet another LONG stretch through tons of mountains but clear California night skies!

We made it into San Diego early in May then spent just about 2 weeks in the area and racked up two new shops, Soul Grind and Clairemont Surf, along with making several new friends and checking out the Mighty Mama’s skate event. Soon we found ourselves up in L.A hanging out at the grand opening of our first L.A vendor, The Shop, and running around the greater Los Angeles area visiting a ton of shops, skating piers and boardwalks along the way in cities like Huntington Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, and even Hollywood Boulevard itself! This trip lead to a short stint on a Dudesons vlog yewww! We picked up another L.A area shop in Torrance at Project Sk8shop, metsome cool folks at Arbor (I had to buy a board while in California…skateboarders impulse) and had a very sweet business meeting with an awesome group in Venice before another quick stint back in San Diego.

This time around San Diego we brought RADD Action Sports (Mission Beach area) and Ollie Angel Skate Shop (Imperial Beach area) on board as new vendors. Back to L.A where we grabbed Cherry Smoke & Skate in Long Beach as a new vendor. Meanwhile back in Torrance got to meet Lance Mountain and Rodney Mullen (AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!) at a very cool museum event. From here it was mostly work work work, our visit to Sunken City after hanging out at San Pedro Shred Fest, bringing Urban Feet in San Pedro on board as an awesome new vendor, and spending some time in Venice Beach at Maui and Sons, our original California vendor, shooting a couple videos for a future website update.

Now we are nearly caught up on the California story, and we have been back in San Diego for a couple weeks. So far we’ve had an amazing Go Skateboarding Day up at Sector 9 skating and hanging with some very cool skaters, had more AWESOME business meetings, and got to witness some amazing skateboarding and help a great cause at Clash at Clairemont which was presented by Grind For Life, who we hope to work with in the very near future!. This awesome event featured some sick vert skating, a killer street jam and a pool jam. But the big daddy was SKATERCROSS which was the first event of its kind. WHEW! So thats where we are at right now, as I post this from the library at the beautiful San Diego State University. I’ll post up some GSD 2016 pictures here but hope to get a blog up about Clash at Clairemont soon too. Until then I hope you enjoy the picture overload, our internet is sporadic in California so I dont get to update too often!


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Adventures hiking through the Sunken City!

The big thing we always heard about California is the often repeated “it’s going to fall into the ocean someday!” from just about everybody. Well, unknown to many (myself included), one spot in California is well known for doing just that. That spot is Sunken City.  The location is on the southern point of San Pedro, home to the San Pedro Shred Fest we attended recently. Literally a whole cliffside housing developement collapsed into the sea. Heres a quick history on it from the official Wikipedia page;

“Sunken City” is the name of a beach along the San Pedro cliffs that holds the remains of a natural landslide that occurred in 1929. The development of homes and exclusive bungalows was established in the 1920s by a man named George Peck to attract people who wanted to live with a beautiful cliffside view of the Pacific ocean (6). The land around the surrounding area called Point Fermin started to move in 1929, and continuously moved little by little until the slide that made Sunken City (6). The landslide occurred at the southern tip of San Pedro where a piece of land nearly 40,000 square feet in size started sliding away from the cliffs and into the ocean (1). Experts investigating the landslide said that the ground was shifting at a rate of 11 inches per day (1). On January 2, 1929, a waterline broke underneath the Ocean View Inn hotel on Paseo Del Mar, and a few days later a gas line broke under the same building (6). These were the first reports of damage as the landslide began to creep up on the neighborhood of Paseo Del Mar (6). Most of the houses on the 600 block of Paseo Del Mar were evacuated and relocated before the collapse (1). Most of the bungalows were moved, but there was not enough time to move two houses which slid into the ocean (5). Part of the adjoining Point Fermin Park also fell into the ocean (3). The slide displaced 10.5 acres of land filled with houses and other buildings, streets, and sidewalks.” – Wikipedia

What you actually encounter there is one of the coolest naturally occuring hang out and hiking spots I have ever seen! There are whole sections of broken road, foundations of houses, old sewer pipes, and more scattered amongst the ruins. Obviously human curiosity has led to the spot being super popular to hang out and camp, drink with friends (safely we hope), and most popular would be graffiti and mural artwork. The area has also been featured in numerous film and television works, including part of Daewon Song’s X-Games Real Street footage We found other groups mostly out there just hanging out and enjoying the killer views. You have a great view of Catalina Island along with the Port of Los Angeles, and on a clear day you should be able to spot Long Beach! We’re definitely going to come back through Sunken City and maybe bringing a skateboard or two (we found a couple cool spots) and do some more pictures and video. We do warn you, it is illegal to trespass on the location (just not as strongly enforced) and it is not the safest spot to wildly run around. There is alot of loose dirt and rocks, several drop offs and sketchy spots that will drop your ass down onto the rocks below. Wear solid shoes and dont go alone and please, just like with skateboarding, do not attempt anything outside of your comfort zone or skill level. Until then, enjoy some of the pictures we took on our little adventure through the community the Pacific Ocean and Mother Earth took back.

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Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama 2016

Mom. Mommy. Mama. Momma Skater? Yes, the combination seems normal when you take it figuratively, “skate mom”, but when taken literally…well you may be surprised. This Mothers Day we had the honor to attend a fun event in Laguna Niguel California called Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama. The annual event is a charity event hosted by the group Skateboard Moms & Sisters of Shred. Every year a charity is designated to receive all proceeds from the event, with the OC Human Trafficking Task Force being this years recipient.

We had no idea what to expect when we arrived and were stoked to see a clean nicely designed concrete skatepark with room to play. The atmosphere was super friendly and inviting, full of motivation. We saw and met skaters of all skill levels, many of whom had started skating again in recent years. Several skaters were from outside the California area, with a couple from outside the U.S! The theme was superheroes and boy did we see some flying through the park! The raffle had a bunch of sick prizes including several signed skate decks from Tony Hawk and Jay Smith, complete setups from Gravity and Madrid, and tons of other fun skate shwag. We both made sure to get our fair share of skating in, while remembering “ladies first” of course, and also our fair share of bruises (I should probably be icing down while I type this) and of course memories.

While we didn’t get a chance to skate with and talk with everyone, we made some cool new friends at the park. We shared the quest for big air out of the 1/4 pipe with our new friends Kendra, and sibling duo Casey and Tabitha. Chad found a motivated young future rep in their little brother Richard who was STOKED on the lights. I had the pleasure of being defeated in an epic match of rock, paper, scissors by Tabitha for her very own Third Kind™ skate light! And yes, their mom AND older sister were out there shredding along with us too! Before we knew it, several hours of fun skating had passed, all the prizes were handed out, and we were a good kind of tired.

The Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama was a fun time and we highly recommend checking out next years event, and any ladies who skate, whose kids skate, or want to get back into skating to check out the Skateboard Moms & Sisters of Shred. I know I had a blast and enjoyed the group, even if I got a bit banged up (it was worth it!) in the process. We will for sure attend any events with this rad group of ladies we can in the future and were proud to be a part of the 2016 Mighty Mama Skate-O-Rama. Oh and one final note. If your mama took you skating and hustled you park to park as a youngin, take her to the park with you sometime and share the stoke with her. She will always be your biggest fan.


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Third Kind heads out west…and Beyond!


Well. We did it. We packed up our stuff loaded it in an RV and Chad’s Ram Truck and we hit the road full steam ahead to California. The mecca, the homeland, the big dog of the skateboarding world. Third Kind ™ is officially on the road to do what we do best: light up your life! We’ve found some really cool shops along the way in cities like Pensacola, Mobile, Gulfport, Baton Rouge, Houston, San Antonio, Tucson and the Phoenix area (that place is HUGE!) I’m going to try and keep this blog up to date as best I can to try and give you all an update on our travels and some of our insights along the way.

Our most wild stops so far have to be Houston and El Paso. Texas, where everything is bigger. Trust me that state is HUGE. Houston is a city on the rise and so is the skate scene. Both core street skating and downhill/freeride have a huge following. We met a dope crew at Carve (shoutout to the crew!) and ended up going to a parking garage race they hosted with them. That is some fast racing and surprisingly loud when you have a pack of skaters rolling full tilt. San Antonio was just a quick stop for now but we got setup with Ehren and his badass shop Insanity Boardshop! El Paso was our first big taste of the desert life, a huge frickin dust storm rolled through and you couldnt see a thing! Arizona was a rad stop and allowed us to get our heads back on straight after some looong sections of highway travel.  It also gave us a chance to get a few things done and visit some cool shops in Tucson and the Phoenix area, especially by the University of Arizona and Arizona State University campuses. We didn’t get a chance to stop at any shops in New Mexico, only for gas & dinner but we do plan to hit up the ABQ when we can! We made the long haul from Tucson to San Diego and let me say the reception in So Cal has been AWESOME! We’ve had the chance to meet with several rad shops and so far have picked up Soulgrind in Mission Beach and Clairemont Surfshop as new vendors. We are super excited to bring Third Kind ™ to the west coast, especially the skaters of California, and share the stoke with the skate scene! Stay tuned for more of our roadtrip adventures!

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Christmas shipping

Christmas Shipping Dates

We want to make sure you get your skateboard lights in time for Christmas morning. So here are the Christmas shipping deadlines and services we offer to make your Christmas magical. Send us an email to after your order to confirm your Christmas shipping date*. *Up-charge may apply.

USPS holiday shipping dates


First-Class Mail order by December 19th 10am EST  no up-charge FREE shipping of 2 or more

Priority Mail order by December 21st 10am EST  $2 up-charge per unit

Priority Mail Express order by December 23rd 10am EST for 48 contiguous states (for all other US states and territories order by December 22nd 10am EST) $15 up-charge for 1-3 units

Allow 1 additional business day for Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and all other US territories


Priority Mail International Express order by December 15th 10am EST (Canada order by December 17th 10am EST) $54 shipping 1-3 units $108 shipping 4-6 units.

Global Express Guaranteed order by December 21st 10am EST (Canada order by December 22nd 10am EST) $74 shipping 1-3 units

Thank you for your orders and a Merry Christmas to you and your family.


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Concrete Wave Mag Interview: Chad Sandiford

Being interviewed by the legend Michael Brooke for Concrete Wave Magazine, now that’s a stoke!

It has been our pleasure to be working with Michael and Concrete Wave for the past year or so. Michael has been skating and sharing the culture and stoke of skate through his captivating articles for decades. To have the opportunity to be interviewed by this legend and for Concrete Wave is rad. Chad Sandiford was even more excited to get to delve a bit deeper into the life of Michael Brooke with some questions of his own to see what has led Michael to becoming a legend in the sport around the world.

Here is the DIRECT LINK to the interview between us on Concrete Wave Magazine or simply keep on scrolling down.


Questions for Chad Sandiford: Third Kind™ skateboard lights

Tonight daylight savings ends. This means more people are going to be using your lights earlier? What are your thoughts?

I, like most, have always dreaded the end of daylight savings. To get dark around 6pm is just too early to stop being able to see. But ever since creating Third Kind skate lights the setting of the sun can’t come soon enough; it means the hot sun of the day has retreated giving us bearable riding temperatures (in Florida) and less traffic. With Third Kind I know I’m lit and visible and I know everyone else riding my lights shares the same stoke. I have heard countless times from riders with my lights that they can’t wait for the sun to set so that they can go skate with their Third Kind lights. The end of daylight savings gives these riders that much more play time and that is a total stoke!

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A crew of stoked riders

How did you come up with the idea of Third Kind?
The idea for Third Kind came from a culmination of a few sources but I can attribute the spark to a couple of friends; Ryan Stewart and Chelsea Brito. I had seen garage projects before on the internet, but after meeting them and seeing the rig in person we started thinking and designing mini assembly lines to “mass produce” the “garage model” which simply included a 9V battery, some wires, solder, glue and an over the counter LED strip.

I soon realized there had to be a better way. I had to design and create a product that would easily mount to any board and handle the riggers of skateboarding. To be a successful product and brand I had to produce a patentable product that could be mass produced and mass marketed.

How did you come up with the name?

The name was the hardest part, it came from my mom’s favorite movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind because of the out-of-this-world look the lights create. You truly look and feel as if you are riding a spaceship or a hoverboard.

What is one key thing you’d like to tell retailers who are out there and wondering if they should carry the lights in their shop?

One? Oh my, there are dozens. Oh, I know THEY SELL THEMSELVES! It is not like trying to push a board, wheels or bearings where there are hundreds of options and the ones that sell are backed by significant marketing budgets. Our product speaks for itself, just turn it on in your shop and watch your customers be drawn to them just like flies to a bug light. We have had shops sell over 100 of our lights in a single month! And that was just the original model that came in a ziploc plastic bag.

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This grom won’t let his go

When people tell you the lights have save their life, how does that make you feel?

Proud and motivated. When creating the lights safety was not even a thought in my head; I did it because they look so darn cool. They are the closest thing to looking and feeling like Marty McFly on his hoverboard. It was not until a few months after receiving the first production model that I started receiving calls from riders that claimed my lights had saved their life.

From that moment I had an entirely new motivation; this is no longer just some rad looking gimmick, I have the ability to save fellow skater’s lives. I have to share this around the world! Our latest model received an endorsement for safety from a Sheriff’s office because a rider can be seen up to a mile away with Third Kind lights.

What has been the reaction from the longboard community? Many ride at night.

It’s a good blend of stoke and apprehension. They love the look and see the safety aspect, but they are very savvy consumers, without actually seeing and touching our kit the first thought is cheap tricks that won’t hold up to their riding or “I can make that myself”. As soon as they see our product and hear that it is skater designed, featherweight, bulletproof and very water-resistant that apprehension fades to total stoke and they quickly realize a lot of “board” meetings have gone into Third Kind Skateboard Lights. They love knowing they are seen by car drivin kooks, this allows them to relax and skate instead of constantly looking over their shoulder wondering if they are seen or they need to bail.

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Leaving our marks in the bowl

Is it difficult to capture the lights in photos?

No. Photographers rave about our lights because of how bright they are. They do not have to make them brighter in editing or adjust their shooting technique to capture them; we are using top of the line technologies you won’t see in other mainstream electronics for several years to come. One thing I will say though is that your simple camera or camera phones will capture them, but they will not do them justice as to how bright they truly are.

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Chad carving a bowl at Monument skatepark in Jacksonville FL

Have any skate companies contacted you to make the lights standard on their completes?

Not standard, but Local Skateboard Company, Beercan Boards, East Coast Customs, CroozerBoards and STRGHT offer them as an upgrade item. We would love to have more board companies offer this because it is such a rad and potentially life saving accessory. It also really helps boost their sales because our lights bring so much attention and uniqueness to a board. A rider can instantly change and customize the look of their board with the touch of a button.

Can people outside of North America use Third Kind Lights?

Absolutely! Our latest model features USB recharging so it is completely universal. And last I checked the Sun sets to night worldwide so we don’t want to leave anyone in the dark.

Are the lights water-proof?

They are *very* water-resistant. Waterproof is a touchy word; I don’t want people to get the wrong idea and go diving with them, but if you get caught in the rain on your ride and go through some good puddles our lights are designed to handle that. We have made great improvements in this area because of our trip to the ISPO in Germany earlier this year where Europeans expressed water as a major concern for skaters due to the wetter climate. Here in Florida rain is more rare so we don’t ride in the rain; for us that is just a great way to ruin your board and bearings. As a skater though I want my lights not only to handle any riding style, but any riding climate.

What are some of your plans for 2016?

Road trips! We have a fantastic product and brand that we are constantly improving upon but most do not know that lights are available for their board and even less riders know that there is actually a kit worth a darn. Many riders hear about skateboard lights and think of the other junk available or the junk that was available in the past. Marketing our quality product is our biggest hurdle. As just a skater/surfer dude from Florida I don’t have a million dollar marketing budget (not even close) so we have to do it the old school way of road trippin to get our lights in front of as many fellow skaters as possible so that they can see it, ride it and experience it. For 2016 we want to travel and be at as many events as possible, especially longboard events. So if anyone has an event we would love to be apart of it!


Questions for Michael Brooke: Concrete Wave Magazine

What is your first memory or encounter with a skateboard?

It was 1974…Brighton England. I vividly recall a guy rolling down a bank near the pier.

What was the spark behind starting Concrete Wave Magazine?
I had created the Skategeezer Homepage in 1995 with my brother Andrew. This led to a book contract and from here I wound up selling 42,000 of the book The Concrete Wave (the history of skateboarding). Once the book was finished, I was anxious to keep writing. So, I teamed up with Tom Browne and created International Longboarder. That was 16 years ago and eventually the magazine morphed into Concrete Wave (June 2002 was Vol 1 no 1)
In your travels what is the place that you were surprised most to see skateboarding and why? 
The fact is that every place has its own special vibe. I am fortunate in that I get to explore quite a bit. I think the web has shrunk the world that it’s hard to be surprised. But it was truly amazing to find out that a young girl in Iran was enjoying the collab board we did with Girl is Not a Four Letter Word. Thanks to Cindy Whitehead and Dusters, a kid is stoked.
What is the one place in the world that you think would benefit most from having a LB4P chapter?
Probably the United Nations and Euro Headquarters. Can you imagine how much different the world would be if politicians took time out of their schedule to actually skate? The mind boggles….
What is/was your ultimate dream job outside of the mag biz?
I love what I do currently. I get a front row seat to an amazing experience. I get to hang out with some very creative people and write about what they do. I love encouraging people to explore skateboarding and what it means to them. I love the idea of longboarding for peace and I hope to keep pushing things forward over the next several decades.

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NEW Third Kind™ skateboard lights at Surf Expo

We will be releasing our brand new, very much improved skateboard lights at Surf Expo September 10-12! Third Kind™ has never been so stoked for Surf Expo! Come see our latest in technology and innovation with Third Kind™ skateboard lights at Surf Expo booth 822 in the skate section.

Thanks to all of our original Third Kind™ customers for providing their feedback about what was great and what was not so great. We used all of that feedback along with our own testing to create our new lights for your skateboard or longboard. More than just an awesome and improved product our new skateboard lights will come with brand new packaging and a POP display that will brighten any shop counter. Visit us at booth 822 and start building the buzz for the holidays with Third Kind™ skateboard lights.

Our skateboard light kit is a fantastic product to add to any skateboard or longboard. With just one UPC you don’t have to worry about stocking multiple sizes or colors! One size fits any longboard or shortboard because the lights can be cut down to fit any deck. The 7 colors are also included with every skateboard light so that the rider can easily customize and change the look of their board with the touch of a button. Our new skateboard lights also utilize USB recharging so there is no hassle to change out expensive batteries. They are a great add on to a new skateboard or longboard purchase or to a use board to get an old customer back in your store. So what is the number one reason to add Third Kind™ skateboard lights to you shop? THEY SELL THEM SELVES! Our lights attract skaters just like bugs to a bug zapper. Simply put one on display and watch them leave your skate shop.

Get your new Third Kind™ skateboard lights at Surf Expo booth 822.

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NEW Third Kind includes our patented skater designed battery, 20″ LED that can be cut down for smaller decks and the micro USB recharge cable

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new POP display

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NEW and very improved Third Kind package

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Rider Spencer Steelman nose manuals into the sunset

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Light Up your Longboard! with Third Kind™

Finally the brand new skater designed and pro skater tested Third Kind™ skateboard and longboard lights are in! Light up your longboard with Third Kind™ skateboard lights to be seen, stoked and safe at night! Endorsed by a Sheriff for safety our lights for your longboard can be seen up to a mile away making girls want you and car driving kooks not hit you.

Featured in Concrete Wave Magazine… on the cover. Our new longboard led light kit is the very best way to light up your longboard. Whether you ride a Hamboard, a Loaded Longboard, a Landyachtz or a Sector 9 it does not matter, our lights quickly and easily fit any longboard or skateboard without any additional hardware.  Don’t waste your time and money trying to make a DIY project out of lighting up your skateboard. We at Third Kind™ have spent thousands of hours designing and testing our skateboard and longboard led kits to make sure they are the best possible way to light up your longboard. We are skater owned and we test our led longboard light kits with pro skaters like Chris Kendall.

Our led kit for longboards makes it easy to light up your longboard even if you have a top-mount truck setup. Our new led longboard lights weight 15% less than an iPhone5, feature 7 selectable colors, are very water and impact resistant and are rechargeable with the provided micro USB cable. There is no better way to light up your longboard or skateboard than with skater owned, designed and tested Third Kind™ skateboard and longboard led lights.

Check out your local shop to light up your longboard. Third Kind™ skateboard lights are distributed in the United States by Eastern Skate Supply and Ocean Avenue Distribution. In Europe Third Kind™ skateboard lights are distributed by MDCN Distribution. Check them out and get lit!

Also stay tuned for our feature on the Discovery Channel’s The Daily Planet airing September or October.



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Hot Sara and Spencer Steelman showing off their Third Kind™ skateboard lights

light up your longboard with the new Third Kind™ skateboard light kit

New! Third Kind™ skateboard longboard led lights

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Spencer Steelman nose manual into the sea

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NEW Skateboard Lights from Third Kind™ have Arrived

The global invasion has begun. The new Third Kind™ Skateboard Lights have Arrived!

Thanks to awesome skaters we have taken what we learned from our first skateboard light model and made major out-of-this-world improvements. Our new skateboards lights were developed and tested by skaters around the United States. We tested with core park skaters, street skaters, vert skaters, downhill riders and cruisers. Our new skateboard lights were designed with pure skate in mind. We don’t want our new skateboard lights to hinder our sesh and we definitely do not want to hinder yours.

Our new Third Kind™ Skateboard Lights are stronger, lighter, smarter and more powerful. We designed our case to full military-grade specifications and reduced the weight by 50%. Our new skateboard light now weighs only 3.4oz., that is 15% lighter than your iPhone5 and only half the weight of a Galaxy S5. Our new skateboard light is smarter; now every unit comes with 7 programmed colors and a flash feature that you can select and change just by the touch of our new function button on the side of the battery. The colors include red, green, blue, white, gold, pink and purple. Have a drop-through setup!? No problem with our new skateboard lights simply follow the dotted line to cut out the attachment piece to fit your board. Our new skateboard light is more powerful; we have upgraded to a micro USB charging system; just plug it into your wall, computer or car and take light to your favorite spot. Just a 2 hour charge will provide up to 10 hours of light.

Get abducted and join the invasion. Interact with our social medias and let us know where you want us to go while on our nationwide tour de skate.

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Beebs and Her Money Makers

Beebs and Her Money Makers Tour presented by Third Kind™

Beebs and Her Money Makers is going on tour and Third Kind is coming too!! Find us in over 30 cities around the country. From Boston to Portland we are coming to a city near you. Look for our spaceship RV and tweet, tag and share our voyage as we travel the country to abduct all skaters who like to party. We are starting our nearly 2 month expedition in the skateboard obsessed town of Wilmington, North Carolina and ending at the raging California Roots Festival in Monterey, CA.

Third Kind will be riding along on the tour showing off our brand new Third Kind™ skateboard lights to shops and skateparks. Third Kind will also be joining Beebs and Her Money Makers at each show where you will be able to purchase our latest lights for your skateboard! Get swagged out with brand new apparel to include snapback and flexfit hats, tanks and tees, stickers, skateboard keychain bottle openers and even co-branded items with both BaHAMM and Third Kind.

If you don’t know Third Kind and Beebs and Her Money Makers then check out the tour schedule below and make plans for a dance party abduction!!!


Tour Calendar
Apr 8, 2015 | Ziggy by the Sea, Wilmington, NC | 8pm |More Info +
Apr 9, 2015 | Ziggys, Winston-Salem, NC | 8pm | More Info +
Apr 10, 2015 | Ottobar, 2549 N Howard St Baltimore, MD 21218 | 8:00 PM | More Info +
Apr 11, 2015 | The Shop, 234 Starr Street, Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn, New York | TBD | More Info +
Apr 12, 2015 | Simons 677, 677 Valley St, Providence, Rhode Island 02908 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 14, 2015 | Bogies, 297 Ontario St Albany, NY 12208 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 15, 2015 | Revolution Music Hall, 140 Merrick Road Amityville, NY 11701 | 7:00 PM | More Info +
Apr 16, 2015 | Championship w/ Dog Fashion Disco, 931 Chambers St., Trenton, NJ | 7pm | More Info +
Apr 17, 2015 | Rex Theatre, 1602 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA | 7:00 PM | More Info +
Apr 18, 2015 | Agora Ballroom, 5000 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 19, 2015 | Token Lounge, 28949 Joy Road Westland Michigan 48185 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 20, 2015 | Emerson Theatre, 4630 E 10th st, Indianapolis, IN | TBD | More Info +
Apr 21, 2015 | Mojoes, 22 W. Cass St. Joliet, IL 60432 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 22, 2015 | The Fallout, 2609 Stevens Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55408 | TBD | More Info +
Apr 23, 2015 | Vaudeville, Mews, 212 4th Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 | 5:00 PM | More Info +
Apr 24, 2015 | Red Zone, Madison, WI | 8pm
Apr 25, 2015 | Fubar, 3108 Locust St, St Louis, MO 63103 | 6:00 PM | More Info +
Apr 26, 2015 | Launchpad, Albuquerque, NM | 7pm |More Info +
Apr 28, 2015 | Trees w/ Dog Fashion Disco, 2709 Elm St. Dallas, TX | 7pm | More Info +
Apr 29, 2015 | Dirty Dog, 505 E 6th St, Austin, Texas | TBD | More Info +
Apr 30, 2015 | Korova, 107 E. Martin St San Antonio TX, 78205 | 7:00 PM | More Info +
May 1, 2015 | East Down Warehouse, 850 Mckee St, Houston, Texas 77002 | TBD | More Info +
May 3, 2015 | Launchpad, Albuquerque, NM | 7pm |More Info +
May 5, 2015 | The Rock, 136 North Park Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719 | TBD | More Info +
May 6, 2015 | Club Red, 1308 W University Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201 | TBD | More Info +
May 7, 2015 | Adrenaline, 3103 N RANCHO DR Las Vegas, Nevada | TBD | More Info +
May 8, 2015 | Whiskey Dicks, 2660 Lake Tahoe Blvd South Lake Tahoe, CA | TBD | More Info +
May 9, 2015 | The Boardwalk, 9426 Greenback Lane Orangevale CA 95662 | 6:30 PM | More Info +
May 10, 2015 | Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE 39th Ave Portland, OR 97214 | TBD | More Info +
May 12, 2015 | Studio Seven w/ Dog Fashion Disco, Seattle, WA | 7pm | More Info +
May 14, 2015 | Moe’s, 530 Broadway Denver, CO 80203 | TBD | More Info +
May 15, 2015 | Sunshine Studio w/ Dog Fashion Disco, Colorado Springs, CO | 7pm | More Info +
May 16, 2015 | Riot Room w/ Dog Fashion Disco, Kansas City, MO | 11pm | More Info +
May 23, 2015 | California Roots Festival, Monterey, CA | 12pm | More Info +


Beebs and Her Money Makers with Third Kind

Third Kind with Beebs and Her Money Makers

Third Kind and Beebs and Her Money Makers tour bus

Third Kind has abducted Beebs and Her Money Makers!

Beebs and Her Money Makers tour bus

Third Kind Presents Beebs and Her Money Makers tourBaHAMM Third Kind tour

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