Ohana Festival 2024

The Ohana festival lineup has finally been released. This September, over 35 groups from a variety of different genres will perform across three stages over three days in the beautiful Doheny State Beach.

Sept. 27 - Headliners: Pearl Jam and Garbage

Maren Morris, Crowded House, Ryan Beatty, Dogstar, Flipturn, Gabriels, Jaime Watt, Linka Moja, Pillow Queens

Sept. 28 - Headliners: Neil Young, Crazy Horse, and Turnpike Troubadours

Black Pumas, Jenny Lewis, Glen Hansard, Cat Power sings Dylan ‘66, The Moss, Ibibio Sound Machine, Joe Wong, Nite Creatures, Goldie Boutilier, Very Nice Person

Sept. 29 - Headliners: Pearl Jam - Alanis Morrissette

Idles, The Breeders, Peter Cat Recording Co., Kim Gordon, La Lom, La Santa Cecelia, Teen Jesus & The Jean teasers, Bad Nerves, John Cruz

Headliner Info

Despite the name Garbage, they are anything but garbage. Forming in 1993, they released  their debut album in 1995, and sold over four million copies. They followed up this album with successful singles “Stupid Girl” and “Only Happy When it Rains.”

Turnpike Troubadours, a rock/country act out of eastern Oklahoma, have released six studio albums. Their 2015 self-titled album peaked at 17 on the Billboard 200. They have also released a new album in August 2023, “A Cat in the Rain.”

Pearl Jam, headlining the first and third day of the festival, are one of the most influential grunge bands of the 90s. Some of their biggest hits include “Even Flow”, “Daughter” and “Alive.”

They just released a new album in April this year called “Dark Matter,” and are about to embark on a world tour.


Ohana Fest is filled with other activities while you wait for your favorite band. There’s Storytelling in the Cove where you can enjoy a collection of exhibits and panels with leading conservationists, environmentalists, researchers, and pro-surfers. You will also be able to enjoy a diverse selection of food; vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options will be available. There's even more— if you want the premium experience, you can get access to exclusive lounges, VIP viewing, quick entry and more.


1 day general admission at $196

1 Day VIP at $624

3 day General Admission at $530

3 Day VIP at $1589

3 Day Ultimate VIP at $10,255

Ohana History

Ohana Festival was founded in 2016 by Eddie Vedder Himself, who is playing with his band at Ohana this year. Past performances consisted of Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes, Mumford & Sons, Stevie Nicks, Foo Fighters, and P!nk.