SAMMY HAGAR's 21st Annual Birthday Bash: 30-Minute Documentary Posted Online

A 31-minute documentary on the 21st annual Sammy Hagar Birthday Bash, which took place this past October at the Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, can be seen below.

According to the Van Halen News Desk, Sammy has been celebrating his birthday at his club in Cabo every year since the cantina opened in 1990 in what was then a sleepy Mexican fishing village. Over the years the town has grown into a cruise ship destination and seaside tourist trap, at the center of which sits the Cabo Wabo cantina.

This year Sammy played four concerts that took place on October 7, 9, 11, and 13, culminating with Hagar playing in front of his club with the street closed off on his actual 64th birthday. Special guests included Hagar's CHICKENFOOT bandmates Michael Anthony, Joe Satriani and Kenny Aronoff; Kenny Chesney; NICKELBACK's Chad Kroeger; Emeril Lagasse; Food Network's Guy Fieri (star of "Diners, Drive-ins & Dives"); and Vinnie Paul Abbott of HELLYEAH and PANTERA.


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