Like Totally ’80s Festival brings The Human League, Tiffany, The Motels and more


The 3rd Annual Like Totally ’80s Festival returns to Huntington State Beach on Saturday , May 12th. The ‘80s was a decade of bold style, colors, and silhouettes (permed hair included), with trends spanning ripped tights and leather to polished oversized blazers, parachute pants, and acid-washed jeans,  but a few items have stood the test of time and even more are making their comeback in 2018. Let’s see your best costume for this all day event in Huntington Beach.

Featuring, The Human League are so credible it’s incredible. In fact, they’re probably more highly regarded in 2011 than they were in 1981 when they released their landmark album Dare! They’re used to everyone from Madonna to Moby, Pet Shop Boys to Robbie Williams, citing them as an influence. Now the dubstep generation – notably, the acclaimed Darkstar, who cover the League’s 1982 B-side ‘You Remind Me Of Gold’ on their current album, North – have begun to pay homage to the original sound of Sheffield. But they’re about more than esoteric infiltration – there has been mainstream penetration, too, commensurate with a band who gave us the greatest ever Christmas Number 1 single with 1981/2’s ‘Don’t You Want Me’, who have had four Top 10 albums and eight Top 10 singles in the UK as well as two US Number 1 singles and sold 20 million records worldwide.


“Don’t You Want Me”
“Love Action”
“(Keep Feeling) Fascination”

Line-up: The Human League, Tiffany, The Motels, The Alarm, Dramarama, The Untouchables, Martha Davis, Slim Jim Phantom, Martha Davis & the Motels, Clive Farrington, and more…

Date: Saturday May 12th, 2018
Time:  11:00AM – 9:00PM

Location:  Huntington State Beach
Parking lot at PCH and Newland

What: Event features national 1980’s bands.  Tons of vendors for shopping.  Lots of yummy food trucks and a full bar.  Celebrity impersonators, an 80’s themed costume contest and so much more!

Like Totally 80s Festival is from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. May 13 at Huntington Beach State Park, 21899 Pacific Coast Hwy. Tickets are $10 to $70. For more information, visit