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 for the 2nd Annual Nautica Oceana Beach House party.

The beach-side event brings together celebrity ocean advocates and other LA-based supporters to celebrate Oceana’s ongoing victories around the globe to protect and restore our oceans and marine life.

Taking place on May 16th, 2014, at the Marion Davies Guest House located next to Santa Monica Beach, hosts and Oceana champions Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly and Despicable Me) and Austin Nichols (The Day After Tomorrow, Showtime’s Ray Donovan, and CW’s One Tree Hill) will speak about their work with the organization and rally others to get involved.

Oceana Board Member Ted Danson will also attend and speak. Guests will enjoy an evening on the beach with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a live DJ set by Connor Cruise and songs from celebrity guest Drake Bell's new album.

Last year’s event brought together 27 celebrity guests. Additional confirmed guests this year include Angela Kinsey, Jenna Ushkowitz, Cassandra Scerbo, Jennette McCurdy and Steve McQueen.

As lead sponsor for the event and a corporate partner since 2008, Nautica continues to cement its legacy of support for Oceana’s mission to protect the world’s oceans. Following Nautica’s lead, The Nautica Oceana Beach House is receiving generous support from LA Confidential, Chandon, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Cloudy Bay Vineyards, Suja Juice and Yama Surfboards.

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