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2022 Festivals To Look Forward To



2021 was a rough year for everyone. Between the mask and vaccination mandates, restaurants and businesses closing, the rapid rise of Tik Tok, capitol riots, countless deaths, and everything in between. It’s clear that everyone has been going through a lot no matter what industry you may work in. Thankfully, one industry that has continued to work hard during the pandemic is music. If there’s one group of people that never stop working even in the face of a mass extinction event are artists. With everyone itching to get back to normal life, one of the first things to open back up to the public were concerts and music festivals. Thankfully, around June/July of last year concerts and festivals came back for the most part. Of course not like before the pandemic, there were definitely lots of restrictions, but at least artists were able to perform again. It’s now 2022 at the end of January. The country definitely took a set back the past month or so with the latest covid strains, and many concerts and events have been cancelled, but finally festival line ups are being announced for this coming year. You can find a list of some great music festivals below.

Name: BUKU Music + Art Project
Date: March 25 + 26
Headliners: Tame Impala + Tyler, The Creator

Name: Coachella
Date: April 15-17 and 22-24
Headliners: Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Ye

Name: The Smokers Club Fest
Date: April 30th
Headliners: Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti

Name: Beale Street Music Festival
Date: April 29-May 1
Headliners: Foo Fighters, Lil Wayne, The Smashing Pumpkins

Name: New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Date: April 29- May 8
Headliners: The Who, Stevie Nicks, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Buffett, Luke Combs, Lionel Richie, The Black Crowes, Willie Nelson, Erykah Badu

Name: Beach Life Festival
Date: May 13-15
Headliners: Weezer + 311, Smashing Pumpkins, Steve Miller Band

Name: Rockville
Date: May 19 – 22
Headliners: Kiss, Korn, Guns N’ Roses, Foo Fighters

Name: Hangout Fest
Date: May 20-22
Headliners: Post Malone, Halsey, Tame Impala

Name: So What Music Festival
Date: May 27-29
Headliners:Prevail + Parkway Drive + The Ghost Inside, Blackbear + Simple Plan + Sum 41, 2 Chainz + Rae Sremmurd + Trippie Redd + Tyga

Name: Summer Camp Music Festival
Date: May 27-29
Headliners: Umphreys McGee, Moe, Smashing Pumpkins, Little Feat, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Nightmre, Liquid Stranger, Big Wild, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Name: The Governors Ball Date: June 10-12 Headliners: Kid Cudi, Halsey, J. Cole

Name: Parklife Festival
Date: June 11 + 12
Headliners: 50 Cent + Tyler, The Creator

Name: Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
Date: June 16-19
Headliners: Gryffin, J. Cole + The Chicks + Illenium, Tool + Flume + 21 Savage, Stevie Nicks + Machine Gun Kelly + Roddy Ricch

Name: Woo Hah!
Date: July 1-3
Headliners: Future, Dave + Roddy Ricch, J. Cole

Name: Afro Nation Festival
Date: July 1-3rd
Headliners: Burna Boy, Chris Browm , Wizkid, Megan Thee Stallion

Name: Rolling Loud Portugal
Date: July 6-8
Headliners: J. Cole, A$AP Rocky, Future

Name: Mad Cool Festival
Date: July 6-10
Headliners: Metallica + Twenty One Pilots + Placebo, Imagine Dragons + The Killers + Stormzy, Muse + Queens Of The Stone Age + Faith No More, Kings Of Leon + Florence and The Machine + Pixies, Jack White + Nathy Peluso + Natos Y Waor

Name: When We Were Young Festival
Date: October 22 + 23
Headliners: My Chemical Romance + Paramore