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‘Doheny Days’ Are Here Again

11:01 AM Thursday 5/26/11 | |

After a seven-year absence, the Doheny Days Music Festival returns to Southern California with Ben Harper, G. Love & Special Sauce, Donavan Frankenreiter and more.

  • Ben Harper

    Hard Rock Calling 2010, Hyde Park, London, UK
    June 25, 2010

    (AP Photo)


Scheduled for Sept. 10-11 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, Calif., and presented by Omega Events, the same folks who bring you the annual Doheny Blues Festival, the Doheny Days lineup also includes J.J. Grey & Mofro, Katchafire and So-Cal reggae band Common Sense.

Other attractions include a beach market, local art displays, an international food court, a family zone and a bike valet.

The last Doheny Days Music Festival took place in 2004, the year when then-Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, the Boston Red Sox won its first World Series since 1918 and a whale exploded in Tainan City, Taiwan. Returning after a seven-year hiatus, Doheny Days is continuing its tradition of combining its great location with an eclectic lineup and ecology-minded partners.

“For years, fans of Doheny Days have been awaiting its return and we felt it was time to deliver,” Omega Events President Rich Sherman said in a statement. “I can’t tell you how many emails and phone calls I’ve received over the years from people asking about the festival.”

To celebrate the festival’s return, Doheny Days will launch an onsale May 27 featuring a small allotment of tickets set at 2004 prices with ducats starting as low as $25 per day. For more information, visit DohenyDays.com.