This event has been cancelled as Landon is dealing with severe back issues. Refunds available, keep your eyes open for new dates after he heals!

LANDON: It’s not without calculated consideration, a lot of conversations, and some very tough decisions that I have to announce the cancellation of my upcoming West Coast tour. It sucks as mentally/emotionally/spiritually I am in the best place I have been in a long time, but physically I am in everyday pain to a point I am unable to live my life in the ways that I thrive. 

I have been dealing with a L5-S1 Disc herniation since some heavy wipeouts last winter, I’ve seen and spoken to numerous docs, gotten 2 cortisone epidural injections, worked PT and now conversations about surgery are on the table. I’m unable to sleep through the night, go on long car/plane rides, sit in a chair ect without being in severe pain, Last night was a horrible experience trying to sleep, I started to have numbness in both legs and one of my arms. At this moment I really need to prioritize getting this injury healed in order to have a brighter future ahead and continue doing what I love in surfing, music, & everyday life at the level I have been accustomed to and the higher heights I am determined to make it to.

Much Love & Aloha. I’ll be back stronger than ever, and I hope everyone can understand the situation ON A MORE UPLIFTING NOTE- as it stands, we are still setup to perform at Reggae Rise up Las Vegas on Oct 6th, if you have the chance please come through and share some positive times with us 


The North Shore is almost as fertile for musicians as it is for surfers, now that Landon McNamara’s Dollar Short And A Minute Late bulleted to #1 on the reggae billboard charts and Hawaiian radio following its release in December. McNamara is a native son of the North Shore, son of Pipeline surfer Liam and nephew of big-wave surfer Garrett McNamara, Landon grew up with the surf in one ear and music in the other. Inspired by North Shore resident surfer/musicians Jack Johnson, McNamara evolved a musical style that is “his own brand of reggae, rock n’ roll and blues to create a musical combo platter of positive and relatable music.” McNamara writes all his own songs and plays guitar. And he still surfs, as much as possible, from busting airs at Pupukea to bombs at Second Reef Pipe – to keep the music flowing from his head to his fingers.

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