Chris Cornell, The Donnas to headline Sunset Strip Music Festival

Ozzy Osbourne will be honoured at the LA event

Chris Cornell, The Donnas to headline Sunset Strip Music Festival
Chris Cornell, The Donnas, Iglu & Hartly and Fishbone are among the artists set to headline the second annual Sunset Strip Music Festival later this summer.

The festival, which is set to take place September 10-12 at various venues along Los Angeles' famous Sunset Strip, will also feature performances from Shiny Toy Guns, Shwayze, Nico Stai and Dhani Harrison's band Thenewno2.

Kicking off the event will be a tribute to Ozzy Osbourne on September 10.

For the first time this year, a section of Sunset Boulevard will be closed off to cars so the festival can take to the streets.

Tickets for the event are set to go on sale July 24 via Ticketmaster.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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