The fest features good vibrations from artists including Michael Franti & Spearhead, Tony Rebel, Wailing Souls, Israel Vibration and Half Pint with Dub Cat.
Last year's Doheny Days took place just days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Instead of canceling the event, it was turned into a benefit for the Orange County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
In remembrance of the tragedy, this year's Days will be a celebration of life with an event that features music from throughout the world.
In addition to good tunes, festival-goers can check out the international food court, which boasts various ethnic restaurants, as well as more than 30 vendor and merchandise booths. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Surfrider Foundation.
Tickets are already onsale for the fest, with a number of pricing options available. The two-day pass has been reduced to $40 for this year, and single-day tickets are $30.
VIP passes start at $65 and run up to $100 per day. VIP bonuses include a preferred viewing area, backstage access, VIP restrooms, discounted or complimentary drinks, and a catered lunch, depending on the ticket.