Sat. 9/26: Stream Archival Ohana Festival Performances from Eddie Vedder, the Strokes, Incubus and More


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The Ohana Festival, the three-day event curated by Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam, saw its 2020 in-person event cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but organizers found a solid way to keep fans entertained at home instead: This weekend, a special “Ohana 2020” streaming event will present archival performances from some of the festival’s top performers, available for 24 hours.

The programming will feature past performances from Vedder, the Strokes, Incubus, Social Distortion, Tash Sultana, Jenny Lewis, Glen Hansard, LP, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Mudhoney, Benjamin Booker and Las Cafeteras, among many others, as well as new live performances from various acts:

The stream will go “live” at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Saturday, Sept. 26 and be available for 24 hours on YouTube or Nugs.net.

More information on the stream and its charitable aim, as well:

Ohana 2020 is proud to partner with The Vitalogy Foundation to raise money for The Doheny State Beach Foundation. As you enjoy the Ohana 2020 broadcast, please consider donating to protect and preserve Doheny State Beach, its park and facilities, marine refuge, and historical / social stories.

The 2021 in-person edition of Ohana Festival, meanwhile, is scheduled for Sept. 24-26, 2021, featuring a lineup headlined by Vedder, Pearl Jam, Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket, Maggie Rogers, the Pretenders and more. Click here for additional details.


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