Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Fest Adds Weekend, Featuring Alanis Morissette, Haim


As happened last year with the Eddie Vedder-led Ohana Festival, an “recall weekend” has been added for the Southern California rock gathering. But it’s not Coachella – the second weekend, slated for October 8-9, has a lineup that’s entirely different from what was booked for the first, aside from the presence of Vedder himself on both. law projects.

Joining the frontman of Pearl Jam (who is only bringing his band of solo artists this time) for weekend 2 only, three pretty big headliners in their own right: Alanis Morissette, the Black Keys and Haim. Also on the bill, festivals or concerts such as Roots, Band of Horses, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Julieta Venegas, Marcus King, the Afghan Whigs and Amos Lee.

The setup is similar to what happened with Ohana Fest last year, with a second two-day weekend announced well after the first three-day weekend. In the case of the 2021 festivals, Pearl Jam and Brandi Carlile were the only overlapping acts.

Already announced for Weekend 1 when it went on sale months ago, artists such as Stevie Nicks, Pink, Jack White, St. Vincent, Brittany Howard and Billy Strings. As with the 2021 lineups, both slates for 2022 have an unusually high concentration of female artists, as music festivals do comparatively.

Pre-sale tickets will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. PT, and “all remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday” at the same time, according to an announcement. Compared to other concerts or festivals, where presale often goes to preferred credit card holders, presale for Ohana seems to be less restrictive and involves signing up for announcements from the festival mailing list on its website. .

Other artists rounding out the “bonus weekend” bill for 2022 include Front Bottoms, Amyl & The Sniffers, Iceage, Painted Shield, Pluralone, Hamilton Leithauser, Charlotte Lawrence, Illuminati Hotties, Trousdale, Seratones, Jaime Wyatt and Jonny Roundhouse.

Programming of the Ohana festival for the two weekends of 2022
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The Ohana Festival will once again take place on bucolic Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, one of the southernmost beach towns in Orange County, California.

Tickets for the second two-day weekend start at $280 for both days or $159 for a single day. VIP passes with access to a quieter viewing and dining area cost $950 and $499. High rollers can spend $8,900 on a “VIP+ experience” that includes a three-night stay at a five-star hotel, with access to the backstage performer/guest lounge and many other amenities.

Tickets for the first three-day weekend are still available but described as “on sale” on Ohana’s website. For this weekend, general admission for three days is $450 and $159 for a single day.


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