The line-up hasd been announced for this years, third annual Ohana festival in Dana Point San Diego. Slatted as headliners are San Diegan native Eddie Vedder, Mumford & Sons and Eric Church.
The festival was co-founded by Vedder and his surfing legend buddy, Kelly Slater in 2016 and is set to be held at Doheny State Beach from September 28th till the 30th.
As well as Vedder and Mumford & Sons, the line-up is pretty well stacked, Beck, Norah Jones, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Amos Lee, Liz Phair, Grammy Award-winning San Diego band Switchfoot are amongst the other acts that will grace the stage.
You can get your hands on 2018’s Ohana festival as of Friday by visiting ohanafest.com. Prices are as follows. You can get a single-day general admission pass for the cost of $99.75. Weekend general admission passes will run you $275. Single-day VIP passes are $499, and to get your hands on a VIP weekend pass, that will set you back $1,200. All prices include service fees and taxes.
The festival has turned into a pretty big event since it’s humble beginnings. Last year’s Ohana Festival brought in an estimated at 35,000, and this year will go to portion of the proceeds from Ohana will go to the San Onofre Parks Foundation. The foundation was set up as a non-profit that works with the California State Parks to help develop and preserve, as well as enhance the recreation and experience of California’s coastal parks.