It’s happening this weekend in California the Ohana Fest, festival that happens on the beach and curated by none other than Eddie Vedder.
On Saturday he performed with a full show there, but on Friday (28) he surprised fans who arrived early to the event were close to the stage, ordering an almost private version of The Beatles’ “Here Comes The Sun” in the ukulele.
When playing the song, Vedder thanked those who arrived there early and said that it is not very common to be on a stage and to see sea waves on the horizon, so the occasion should be celebrated.
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You know it’s going to be a spectacular #Saturday when you start the morning watching #EddieVedder cover #TheBeatles. 🌼 Seeing you perform live has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember, EV. Some day soon, Ed. Some day soon. 💗 #HereComesTheSun • #OhanaFest • #ukulele Clip CTO: @onetribefitness 🌷
The festival will took place on September 28, 29, 30
In addition to offering a full day in the sun with a diverse music lineup, Ohana will donate a portion of proceeds to the San Onofre Parks Foundation, a California non-profit that cooperatively works with the California State Parks to develop, preserve and enhance the recreation and experience of California’s unique and beautiful coastal parks.
Festival general admission allows roaming throughout the lush grass areas of Doheny State Beach, right off the shore of the Pacific Ocean, touching the sand.
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