Summer might technically be over, but that doesn't really apply to Southern California—especially with Eddie Vedder's Ohana Music Festival taking place this weekend in Dana Point.
The Pearl Jam frontman started Ohana with surfing icon Kelly Slater, and the fest is now in its fourth installment, with Vedder headlining alongside the likes of The Strokes and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Running all weekend long, from Sept. 27-29, it might in fact make you forget summer is actually gone, with a three-day haven of alternative and pop-rock from the likes of Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Incubus, Jenny Lewis, Tash Sultana, Glen Hansard, LP, Benjamin Booker, Lewis Capaldi, Jacob Banks, Mt. Joy, Poolside, White Reaper, Sunflower Beam and more.
As usual, Vedder assembles the lineup, with special attention paid to showcasing SoCal rock and other locals, as evidenced by the presence of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Incubus, Jenny Lewis and others on the roster.
Vedder has also made it a point to be really involved throughout the weekend, not just on the night he's performing. In the past, he's taken the stage unexpectedly for surprise jams. Or in the case of the 2018 fest, he joined Johnny Marr to cover The Smiths.
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