Join celebrities from film, music and television at Malibu’s Surfrider Beach on Saturday, September 10 as they surf First Point in the Surfrider Foundation's 6th Annual Celebrity Expression Session presented by Cali Bamboo.

The hour-long free surf gives participants the opportunity to demonstrate their surfing skills on Malibu’s famous wave, while raising funds and awareness for the organization.

This is the fourth year that the Malibu Surfing Association’s MSA Classic is hosting the Celebrity Expression Session, which has attracted supporters such as Jason Mraz, Eric Balfour, Anthony Kiedis and Flea, and has raised more than $25,000 to protect our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. The MSA Classic is the premier contest in the Coalition of Surfing Clubs’ annual series. This year’s MSA Classic celebrates the club’s 50th anniversary, and is expected to draw 300 athletes from some of the world’s elite surfing clubs.

Celebrities expected at this year’s event include Jesse Spencer [House], Eric Balfour [Haven], Sam Trammell [True Blood], John Slattery [Mad Men], Martyn LeNoble [Porno for Pyros] and many others.

“We’re excited to be back at Malibu with Cali Bamboo and the Malibu Surfing Association for what promises to be another great Celebrity Expression Session,” says Alexis Henry, Surfrider Foundation’s Communications Manager. “Not only will beachgoers get to watch one of the longest running surf club contests, they’ll also get to watch our passionate celebrity supporters as they raise funds and awareness for the Foundation.”

The Surfrider Foundation’s 6th Annual Celebrity Expression Session is presented by Cali Bamboo and made possible by the generosity of the Malibu Surfing Association and Barefoot Wine.

Find out more about the event here.

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