Jhe World Surf League (WSL) QS3000 Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro powered by Celsius will celebrate its 16th year at the Oceanside Pier in Oceanside September 16-18. The nationally televised event is the largest women’s surfing competition in the world, with over 90 of the world’s top pros scheduled to compete. Free entry.
Some of the biggest names in women’s surfing are expected, including surfing icon Bethany Hamilton and former Supergirl champions Carissa Moore, Caroline Marks, Lakey Peterson, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Coco Ho, Sage Erickson, Courtney Conlogue, Caitlin Simmers (Oceanside), Alyssa Spencer (Carlsbad) and Samantha Sibley (San Clemente).
As an exciting addition to the surf lineup, the event will also feature an elite-level women’s longboard competition featuring 48 of the top female pros and rising stars. World Champions Honolua Blomfield, Summer Romero, Soleil Errico and Jen Smith will headline alongside 2021 Supergirl Longboarding Champion Kirra Seale.
In addition to world-class surfing, the event features an action-packed Festival Village with 15 live concerts and family-friendly activities; the annual Super Girl Gamer esports tournament; an all-female DJ contest; a women’s beach soccer tournament; free fitness, yoga, Zumba, Pilates, wellness and dance classes; female actors; famous speakers; roundtables promoting female leadership and sustainability; an exhibition of women’s art; social influencers; autograph signings; a beer garden and food court; a military appreciation program; and a mentoring event for young surfers with five times wworld vschampion Carissa Moore and her Moore Aloha Foundation.
The Nissan Concert Series will feature 15 artists performing full live concerts, including superstars like Spin Doctors, Smash Mouth, Hoobastank, The Expendables and Kira Kosarin.
The event is part of the Supergirl series, a mission-based platform that includes four women’s action sports, esports and lifestyle events designed to promote empowerment, inclusion and women’s equality. Each of the Supergirl events focuses on providing sporting, social, cultural, educational and entertainment opportunities for young women in traditionally male-dominated industries.
“We are thrilled to have such an exciting and diverse range of activities at the event in addition to world-class surfing,” said Rick Bratman, CEO of ASA Entertainment, the producer of the event. “On the surf side, the Celsius-powered Nissan Super Girl Surf Pro is not only a showcase for the world’s top-ranked female surfers, but also a springboard to help launch surfing careers and provide unparalleled mentorship between the pros and The new comers.”
The event will be televised in November and December on Bally Sports and will be streamed live via 15 digital partners, including on www.supergirlsurfpro.com and twitch.tv/supergirlseries.
For more information on concert lineup, surfing, lessons, times, esports and more, visit www.supergirlsurfpro.com. To connect via social media, follow @SupergirlPro on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Twitter.