Malibu Meltdown Scheduled for July 15-16


Dates: Saturday & Sunday-  July 15-16th, 2017

Location: Malibu, CA

Price: Boys $1700/team, Girls $1200/team   *For multiple team entry discounts, please contact:

Legends Lacrosse has announced the Malibu Meltdown has been scheduled for July 15-16 at CSU Channel Islands. The Malibu Meltdown is a co-ed event looking to service local and regional level teams ages U11-Elite for boys and U15-Elite for Girls.

The Malibu Meltdown is designed to be a fun filled experience on and off the field in one of the most premier areas on all of the US and will serve as a great way to enhance your player’s summer season.  Strategic scheduling and partnerships with local Visitors Bureau’s will allow Legends to deliver on a family focused event in a vacation destination.

Host Cal State Channel Islands provides for a short trip to entertainment and activities no matter what your liking is.  Journey down to the sand and dip your toes into the pacific ocean at some of the top rated beaches in the world or head towards the mountains of Los Angeles and enjoy time in nature hiking and taking in some iconic views.  Add in plenty of local eating and drinking options and 4 airports in the area and it all comes together to make the Malibu Meltdown a tournament you don’t want to miss.

Stretching for more than 32 miles/51 kilometers along the Pacific, Malibu is a beach town like no other. Hollywood stars and top athletes escape to oceanfront homes on long strands of beach with front-row seats of surfers and unforgettable sunsets. Considered to have some of the most perfect waves anywhere, Malibu’s Surfrider Beach was named the first World Surfing Reserve; nearby Zuma Beach is a sun magnet for locals and families; aim for quieter weekdays if that’s your style.

You can shop for beach fashions, and maybe even spot one of local celebs, at the Malibu Country Mart and Malibu Lumber Yard, two adjacent and upscale retail centers. There’s dining and fishing on Malibu Pier (a great place to watch the action at Surfrider), and in winter, Point Dume at Malibu’s north end provides an ideal perch for spotting migrating gray whales.

Tough as it is to drag yourself away from the ocean, head inland a short distance and you can also hike through hills and canyons filled with spring wildflowers and even waterfalls on trails in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

For more information and to reserve your team spots, contact rory@legendslax.comMalibu_Meltdown