Oceana, the largest international advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans, and Nautica, a leading global lifestyle brand and proud corporate sponsor of Oceana, are teaming up with LA Confidential Magazine to celebrate World Oceans Day with the first Oceana Beach House event.

The evening will bring together ocean advocates in celebration of Oceana’s successes and work around the globe. Taking place at the Marion Davies Guest House located on the sands of Santa Monica Beach, hosts Aimee Teegarden (CW’s forthcoming Star-Crossed and NBC’s Friday Night Lights), Keegan Allen and Tyler Blackburn (both currently on ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars) will entertain guests with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and live performances from Brett Dennen and DJ Benjamin Walker.

Additional confirmed guests include: Whitney Port, Ashlan Gorse (E! News), Angela Kinsey (The Office), Rachael Harris (The New Girl), Donald Glover (Community), Jesse Spencer (Chicago Fire), Derek Hough & Cheryl Burke (Dancing with the Stars), Maya Gabeira (Champion Big Wave Surfer) Nadine Velazquez (FLIGHT and TNT’s Major Crimes), Nicole Chavez (Celebrity Stylist), Janel Parrish (ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars), and more.

As lead sponsor for the event and a corporate partner since 2008, Nautica continues to cement its legacy of support for Oceana’s mission of protecting the world’s oceans. Following the Nautica brand’s lead, The Oceana Beach House is receiving generous support from LA Confidential, Chandon, Lagunitas Brewing Company, iTouchBooth and Zico Pure Premium Coconut Water.

To learn more, please visit www.oceana.org.

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