Wednesday, March 1st, 2023
Faherty Sun Sessions 10th Anniversary

Moon Taxi with special guest Forester

In support of the Surfrider Foundation

$37.50 Get Tickets
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM All Ages
Moon Taxi with special guest Forester

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Please note that with the purchase of a ticket you are agreeing to receive marketing communications from Surfrider Foundation to activate your membership.
It’s Faherty’s 10 Year Anniversary and we’re kicking off this milestone in true Faherty style – rockin’ out to great music, surrounded by community and good vibes.
Join us for our most epic Sun Sessions concert yet with a lineup of performances from some of our favorite musicians: L.A. based indie electronic duo, Forester, and headliner, Nashville-based indie-alt rock band, Moon Taxi.
With each ticket purchased, a portion of proceeds will go to supporting the work of our longtime partner, Surfrider Foundation and will entitle the ticket holder to a free Surfrider membership at their local chapter. Learn more on Surfrider and their mission below.
Founded in 2013 by twin brothers Mike and Alex Faherty, Faherty is a family-run business fueled by purpose and optimism. The brand’s goal is to build a new American legacy by creating high-quality, sustainably-minded, feel-good favorites that will bring joy to wear. Alongside the brothers is the third co-founder and Alex’s wife Kerry Docherty, whose legal background in human rights has contributed to her success as the brand’s Chief Impact Officer. With Faherty’s passion for mindfulness and community integration, Kerry brings the lifestyle brand full circle with their acclaimed Sun Session programming, Native partnerships, sustainability initiatives, and many more campaigns and nonprofit partners dedicated to giving back.
The Surfrider Foundation is a nonprofit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s ocean, waves, and beaches for all people through a powerful activist network. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains more than a million supporters, activists, and members, with over 200 volunteer-led chapters and student clubs in the U.S., and more than 800 victories protecting our coasts. Learn more at

Artist Info

Moon Taxi

Since forming in 2006, Nashville-based Moon Taxi has gathered a loyal and dedicated fanbase with their genre-bending musicality and boldly adventurous bodies of work. The chart-topping band — consisting of vocalist/guitarist Trevor Terndrup, lead guitarist Spencer Thomson, bassist Tommy Putnam, keyboardist Wes Bailey, and drummer Tyler Ritter — has released five studio albums including 2018's Let The Record Play which featured their chart topping hit "Two High" and catapulted them to new heights. In addition to television appearances on TODAY and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the band has received critical acclaim from the likes of NPR, Rolling Stone, Billboard, USA Today, and NYLON all while taking their live show to leading festivals across the country including Lollapalooza, Coachella, and Bonnaroo. Following the release of 2021's Silver Dream, Moon Taxi continue to dive further into their dynamic new era, broadening their sonic palette as they explore everything from folk to soul to inventively crafted electronic pop.


Los Angeles-based indie electronic duo, David Parris and Xander Carlson, make lush soundscapes both inspired by and evocative of views from a mountain, deep pink sunsets and stars on a clear night.
The longtime friends launched the Forester project in 2019, working nine-to-five gigs and making music at night. They achieved immediate success with their debut single “Spark” – a deep exhale of a track that was picked up by independent label Lowly Palace and which has since collected more than 7 million total streams. The song also caught the ear of Kygo’s Palm Tree Records, where Forester signed in 2020. The Forester catalog now encompasses three albums: 2019’s Kerosene, 2020’s A Range Of Light and
2022’s Watercolor. Recording at locations including a cabin high in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, the guys have honed a sound that fuses indie folk with melody-focused electronic music. Together, these LPs have collected an incredible 72.7 million global streams, in addition to a growing fanbase made up of both longstanding dance fans and scene newcomers. Forester has played this music for tens of thousands of fans at festivals like Outside Lands and as the opener for Kygo at massive stadium shows in Oslo and Mexico City.

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