Past Events: Surf Screenings, Hull Talks, Demos, Markets and lots of parties...

Past Events:  Surf Screenings, Hull Talks, Demos, Markets and lots of parties...

One of the main reasons we changed building in fall of 2022 was space.  We definitely had outgrown 1588 and we also had outgrown not being able to throw parties in our parking lot.  2022-2023 has been such a rad opportunity for Daydream to be able to grow into having fun in so many more ways than we've ever been able to.  Huge thank you to our community of people and artists that continue to make this space what it is.  Check out some of the things we've gotten to be a part of this year!


8/5/23 Fantastic Acid Screening and Hull Talk with Tristan Mausse
7/13/23 Andy y Andy Screening and Art Show with Quicksilver
4/8/23 Double Screening with Deux Ex Machina
12/2/22 Natural High Screening with Jack Coleman


7/9/23 Paddlefest in collaboration with Bark + Florence
5/6/23 Daydream Demo Day
4/22/23 Daydream Earth Day Bike Ride


12/10/22 Surf Swap with Vintage Surfboard Collectors Club
3/25/23 First ever Daydream Makers Market!
4/30/23 Redo Vintage and Makers Market: Our First Time! (We'll be back next month)
6/3/23 First ever Daydream Kids Market with Shop Dos
7/1/23 First ever Daydream Vintage Market with Sunbloom Vintage
We also had the pleasure of hosting many events alongside local artists and curators throughout the season of being at this new shop!  Shoutout to Awesome Cameras, Less is More, Spun Spirit, Ambruso Flowers, Zonarch, Bako Baked Goods, as well as all of the artists that have been featured in the Daydream Gallery thus far (+ more)!  Follow us on instagram to stay in the loop with what's happening at Daydream or subscribe to our newsletter for more info!
2/4/23 Daydream Surf Shop Six Year Anniversary at Semi Tropic Wines
2/14/23 First Ever Daydream Prom (you ever just want to throw a party?)
We have lots of photos from prom- we love a party.
Lots of events coming up - stay tuned!

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