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Jammin' At Doheny Days

03:33 AM Sunday 9/8/02 | |

Nothing says good times like sand, surf and good tunes and that's what the Doheny Days World Music Festival is all about. Back for its sixth run this year, the event commandeers the Doheny State Beach - a six-acre grass park in Dana Park Harbor near San Diego - September 14-15.

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.

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