9th Annual Old Man Bowl Jam at Southside Skatepark happening April 7, 2018

Dave Donalson and Southside Skatepark have been doing our very best to celebrate skateboarding’s veterans every year.  With the event in its 9th year in addition to Mini Masters 30-39 and Masters 40-49 we are now including a Grand Masters 50+ age division. This year will have a simplified format and music schedule to keep things moving throughout the day.  The band Blacklight will play 1-2pm during the Mini Masters 30-39 session.  All Gonna Die will play their set during the 40-49 Masters session.  Headlining the day we will have Cops play during the debut of the new 50+ session. Make sure to stick around after for some amazing BBQ and fixings from Dave Donalson and DoDo Nichols.  Reserve your admission, tee and BBQ at our Kickstarter.

Headlining the Day will be a set from Cops during the Debut of the New 50+ Session


The Cops Set of the Street Stage | Old Man Bowl Jam 2017 | photo Frankie Gamboa

 Southside Skatepark Hosts the 9th Annual Old Man Bowl Jam to Show Respect to Those that Paved the Way


Pat Black, Todd Prince, Abrook, Tracy Weller | Old Man Bowl Jam 2017 | photo Lee Leal

Parking Lot BBQ from Dave Donalson and Dodo Nichols Immediately After


DoDo Nichols and Dave Donalson BBQ Prep | photo Eric Visentin

9th Annual Old Man Bowl Jam will host some amazing skateboarding, great music, and even tastier BBQ. Every year the turnout grows with more and more people on hand for a great time at Southside Skatepark. We have enjoyed some of the best BBQ we have ever tasted every year immediately after the event.  This year will be no different, always good times with friends and family young and old.  We look forward to hosting again this year and hope to see everyone out in support of these amazing skateboarders.


You Never Know Whats Going to Happen at Old Man Bowl Jam | photo Eric Visentin

Check Out this 2014 Old Man Bowl Jam Video

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Check Out Last Years Old Man Bowl Jam

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