WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) -- The Sunset Strip will be rocking a little more than usual this weekend.
Now in its fifth year, the Sunset Strip Music Festival once again pays homage to the Strip's illustrious musical heritage with an event at the House of Blues on Thursday that will pay tribute to the Doors.
The three-day celebration reaches its peak on Saturday when Sunset Boulevard will close to traffic between Doheny Drive and San Vincente Boulevard.
The street fest will feature 10 bands on two giant stages set at either end of the boulevard.
Besides headliner Marilyn Manson, there will be a heavy dose of pumping rock with the Offspring, Bad Religion and local band Dead Sara, as well as hip-hop and dance music with performances by De La Soul, Koreatown's Far East Movement and DJ Steve Aoki.
Clubs on Sunset also hosting shows throughout the weekend.
Saturday's street festival from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m, and general admission tickets are $75. VIP tickets are priced at $135.
Sunset Strip Music Festival Rocks the Boulevard
The Sunset Strip Music Festival runs from August 16-19 (KTLA-TV)