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Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes + More Headline OHANA Festival

Written by Liza Blake / Photography by: Jim Bennett / March 12, 2019

Trying to decide which Southern California festival might be your next vacation? Want more rockstar legends with their signature riffs? Look no further than the newly announced 2019 OHANA Festival! The beach-side music festival, which takes place at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, will feature a three-day lineup of legendary headlining acts like The Strokes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Incubus, and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder.
Heading into its fourth year, OHANA Festival continues to pay tribute to SoCal rock thanks to festival co-founder Vedder, who effectively helps curate the lineup each year. It'll take place during Cali's Indian Summer on September 27-29.
Alongside RHCP, the lineup also includes Jenny Lewis, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Tash Sultana, and even's "Who Is" spotlight artist Jesse Jo Stark. Vedder also included a little piece of home by featuring Seattle grunge band Mudhoney on the official lineup.
Other notable acts include Devendra Banhart, Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real, Glen Hansard, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, Fugazi offshoot The Messthetics, White Reaper, Sunflower Bean, and Benjamin Booker, among others.
Tickets for OHANA Festival go on sale Friday March 8th at 10 a.m. For more information, head to their official website.
Check out the full lineup below:
OHANA Festival via Instagram
Last year Vedder, along with fellow artists Mumford and Sons, Eric Church, Beck, Norah Jones, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Johnny Mars, Young The Giant, and others played OHANA. The Seattle-native also has run the Ohana festival since 2016 alongside pro-surfing champion Kelly Slater.
Vedder has used the Ohana Festival as a platform to debut some of his only new music since Pearl Jam’s 2013 release Lightning Bolt. Among the release of his own music, Vedder is the master of surprise appearances and covers. At the 2018 OHANA Festival, Vedder joined The Smiths' guitarist Johnny Marr to cover coveted post-punk classic "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out."
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