Last update: May 2, 2022
The All Day I Dream Festival, May 12-15, Oakdale, California
Over the past decade, Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream has captured the imagination and hearts of music lovers everywhere, offering magical daytime experiences that focus on the community as much as the music. In 2022 the consummate emotive party takes it to the next level with its first-ever weekend-long camping event. On May 12-15 The All Day I Dream Festival arrives in the lush surrounds of California’s Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, California.
Lineup Highlights: Lee Burridge Alongside Little Dragon, Poolside, Ry X, Cubicolor, GHEIST, Guy Gerber, Jan Blomqvist, Matthew Dekay, Öona Dahl, Sébastien Léger, YokoO, Gorje Hewek, Tim Green, Roy Rosenfeld, Facundo Mohrr, Lost Desert.
Lightning in a Bottle, May 25-30, Buena Vista Lake, Southern California
Do LaB, originators and creators of North America’s premiere multi-faceted boutique festival Lightning in a Bottle, announced its Compass music, learning, and cultural programming. LIB’s Compass offers opportunities for attendees to gain life-changing lessons to bring back to their day-to-day lives through a series of talks, workshops, and performances from world-renowned visionaries, experts, and thought-leaders during the Memorial Day weekend festival.
Lineup Highlights: SG Lewis (DJ Set), Parra For Cuva, Andre Power, Full Crate, Coco & Breezy, Kooze, King Kurt, Sweet Anomaly, Yemanjo, Gianni, Simrit, Sasha Marie.
Sunset Music Festival, May 27 – 29, Tampa, USA
Sunset Events & Disco Donnie Presents are so excited to release a truly monstrous phase two lineup for Sunset Music Festival’s 10-year anniversary at Raymond James Stadium. This is undoubtedly the biggest phase 2 lineup the festival has had to date, spanning every genre in electronic music. The festival unites over 50+ roster of artists at Raymond James Stadium North Lot over Memorial Day Weekend (May 27-29), and for the first time, extends to 3 days.
Since its inception, Sunset Music Festival has grown from a single-day festival with pop-up stages into the largest festival in Tampa, armed with full-scale production and timeless experiences for artists and fans alike. Festival attendees can prepare for the biggest Sunset yet this year, with redesigned stages, reimagined site grounds, and refreshed festival offerings to provide new ways to experience the festival.
Lineup Highlights: Skrillex, Gryffin, Bonnie x Clyde, Liquid Stranger, LP Giobbi, Dillon Francis, Wreckno, Moore Kismet, Duke Dumont, Dom Dolla, John Summit, Walker & Royce.
A Stone’s Throw Festival, May 28, Newcastle Coast, UK
With 11 venues currently taking part, encompassing an array of independent bars, venues, and unique spaces, and trusted local bus service Go North East supplying open-top buses and a 7 minute round trip, A Stone’s Throw is gearing up to provide a refreshing, unique and memorable music festival experience.
Lineup Highlights: Sam Tompkins, BERWYN, Lauran Hibberd, Heidi Curtis, Second Thoughts, Frankie Beetlestone, Frankie Jobling, George O’Hanlon, Hector Gannet, Hi Sienna.
Boston Calling, May 27-29, Boston, USA
The largest collection of area talent in the festival’s history will perform at the 2022 event, with 12 of the 20 acts with local ties hitting the Tivoli Audio Orange Stage throughout the weekend. The Tivoli Audio Orange Stage joins the festival’s established Green Stage, Red Stage and Delta Blue Stage.
Boston Calling once again promises an exceptional experience, from its iconic mix of musical performances to its commitment to showcasing new forms of entertainment and extensive food and drink offerings. More details on the festival’s food and drink components will be announced in the coming weeks.
Lineup Highlights: Rüfüs Du Sol, Weezer, HAIM, Run The Jewels, Glass Animals, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Black Pumas, Modest Mouse, Goose, Cheap Trick, Oliver Tree, EARTHGANG.
Hangout Music Festival, May 20-22, Gulf Shores, Alabama
Hangout Music Festival has announced the lineup for its highly-anticipated return to the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama from May 20-22. The festival will serve as the official kick-off to summer with an epic weekend that brings together a diverse group of artists across the worlds of pop, rock, hip-hop, electronic, country, and more for the first time since 2019.
Lineup Highlights: Post Malone, Kane Brown, Zedd, Maren Morris, Halsey, Doja Cat, Leon Bridges, Tame Impala, Megan Thee Stallion, Phoebe Bridgers, T-Pain, Surfaces, Koffee, Dayglow, Lil Yachty, Chelsea Cutler, Flo Milli, Madeon, SLANDER, DIESEL (Shaquille O’Neal), FLETCHER.
Lightning In A Bottle, May 25-30, Buena Vista Lake, California
Do LaB, originators and creators of the boutique festival experience Lightning in a Bottle, have revealed the lineup for the event’s 2022 return to Buena Vista Lake in Southern California. For five days on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-30, LIB will gather a unique blend of torchbearers from an array of genres and origins to its renowned creative tapestry. Each artist will play their own role in igniting the long-awaited reconnection of the LIB community.
Lineup Highlights: Glass Animals, Kaytranada, Big Wild, CloZee, Ekali, Goldlink, Black Coffee, Four Tet, Seth Troxler, Jon Hopkins, Chet Faker, SG Lewis, Purity Ring, Koffee, LSDREAM, Big Freedia, Hernan Cattaneo, Yotto, Eli & Fur, Kyle Watson, Max Cooper
Aluna’s Noir Fever, May 27-30, New Orleans, Louisiana
Renowned British artist Aluna has announced a new experience in partnership with leading technology company Pollen Presents. Taking place May 27-30, 2022 in New Orleans, Aluna’s Noir Fever will bring together a diverse group of artists to celebrate the Black and LGTBQ+ origins of dance music in a city renowned for Black and brown musical excellence.
Lineup Highlights: Aluna (of AlunaGeorge), Kaytranada, Austin Millz, Bambii, Channel Tres, Derrick Carter, Duckwrth, Jayda G, Kaleena Zanders, Kevin Saunderson, MAAD, Nez, TSHA.
Movement Music Festival, May 28-30, Detroit, USA
For the first time since 2019 music fans will once again be able to make the pilgrimage to Detroit, the mecca of Techno music, for three days of diverse curation on Memorial Day Weekend (May 28-30, 2022) inside Hart Plaza at downtown Detroit’s riverfront. Since its inception, Movement has been dedicated to bringing music fans a completely original experience to Detroit, with a focus on showcasing authentic and diverse lineups that are purely about the music and culture. The 2022 lineup continues to showcase the breadth of the festival’s programming, featuring an inspired selection of dance music’s most in-demand artists, underground mainstays, and notable first-time performers; a potent cross-section of seasoned vets and future generations of electronic music.
Lineup Highlights: E-Dancer, Carl Craig, James Murphy, Jon Hopkins, 2 Chainz, Skrillex, The Martinez Brother, DJ Stingray 313, Maya Jane Coles, Duck Sauce, Chris Lake, HAAi.
City Splash Festival, May 29, Brockwell, London
This one-day festival features 60+ artists across 6 stages bringing the hottest carnival vibes to South London with the biggest artists in Reggae, Dancehall, Afrobeats, and more. The City Splash mission is to help celebrate the impact and importance of the Caribbean and African music on British culture.
Lineup Highlights: Mr Eazi, Barrington Levy, Protoje, Stonebwoy, Sister Nancy, Congo Natty, Supa D, Coldsteps, King Tubby’s, Mad Professor.
The Governors Ball, June 10-12, New York
After celebrating the festival’s 10th anniversary this past fall with an incredibly successful and cathartic experience described by Rolling Stone as “the spiritual healing we all desperately needed,” Governors Ball 2022 will once again serve as the kickoff to summer, returning to the event’s traditional early June dates.
Lineup Highlights: Kid Cudi, Jack Harlow, Louis The Child, Black Pumas, Skepta, JPEGMAFIA, Flume, ASHNIKKO, Peach Tree Rascals, Millington, Halsey, J. Cole, DUCKWRTH, Roddy Ricch, Playboi Carti, Glass Animals, Clairo, Becky G, Kaytranada.
Summer Smash, June 17-19, Chicago, USA
Founded by a pair of Chicago-based music powerhouses – concert promoter SPKRBX and next-gen media company Lyrical Lemonade – Summer Smash Festival has grown into one of the largest independent music festivals in the country after playing host to 90,000 attendees last summer. With a return to its traditional dates in mid-June, Summer Smash will soon offer fans the festival’s most stacked lineup to date filled to the brim with today’s biggest names in hip-hop.
Lineup Highlights: Wiz Khalifa, Polo G, Rico Nasty, Oliver Tree, 2 Chainz, Ohgeesy, Trippie Redd, Ski Mask The Slump God, Lil Tecca.
Sled Island Music & Arts Festival, June 22-26, Calgary, Alberta
Calgary’s Sled Island Music & Arts Festival will return for another year of celebrations with Los Angeles-based violinist and vocalist Sudan Archives as the guest curator. Each year, Sled Island’s guest curator puts their stamp on the festival through special programming choices and their presence at the event. Sudan Archives’ curatorial selections, to be announced in the coming months, will join over 200 additional bands, comedy, film, and visual art projects chosen by the festival in multiple venues across Calgary.
Lineup Highlights: Sudan Archives, the rest are to be announced.
Escapade Music Festival, June 24 – 29, Ottawa, Canada
Escapade Music Festival is an annual electronic dance music festival held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and hosts some of the biggest names in the electronic dance music industry.
Lineup Highlights: Above & Beyond, Alan Walker, Biscits, Cloonee, Deadmau5, Dom Dolla, Excision, Duke Dumont, Gordo, Kaskade, Layz, Malaa, Sam Feldt, Solardo, Tiësto, Wooli.
Mad Cool Festival, July 6-10, Madrid, Spain
Mad Cool festival’s next edition will take place on July 6 – 10th 2022, adding one extra day, Sunday, July 10th, going from four to five unforgettable days. Adding the additional day comes from a commitment to offering the best experience for the community of music fans who will attend the festival’s fifth Anniversary.
Lineup Highlights: Florence + The Machine, Nathy Peluso, Natos y Waor, Chvrches, Glass Animals, Haim, Animal Collective, Flume, Sam Fender, La M.O.D.A., Arlo Parks, Tones & I, Tinashe, Four Tet.
Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ), July 6-17, Québec, Canada
Founded in 1968, the FEQ is older than Woodstock and Glastonbury, and is the longest continuously running music festival in the world. With the main stage situated on the Plains of Abraham, a historic battlefield, the cities’ multiple landmarks serve as unique performance stages. This year marks the festival’s first edition since 2019 and has expanded to 12 days (July 6-17). Quite possibly the largest festival in North America, FEQ is anticipating over 300,000 attendees from all over the world, all touching down in Quebec city.
Lineup Highlights: Rage Against the Machine, 2 Chainz, Alanis Morissette, Charli XCX, Denzel Curry, Charlotte Cardin, Alexisonfire
Field Trip, July 9, Toronto, Canada
Originally launched in 2013, as a part of record label Arts & Crafts’ 10th-anniversary celebrations, Field Trip grew to become synonymous with the start of summer in Toronto, enjoying rare status as a favourite festival for music fans, families, and performers alike. The cross-generational festival has always been rooted in community, striving to bring people together through music and art, creating space for discovery, and celebrating Toronto. The festival went on hiatus in 2019, stretched longer due to the pandemic, and returns now with Alibi Entertainment Inc. as a partner.
Lineup Highlights: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Peach Pit, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Lucy Dacus, The Halluci Nation, Valley, Busty and the Bass, Rheostatics, The Rural Alberta Advantage.
Spring Awakening Music Festival, July 8-10, Chicago, USA
LiveOne (Nasdaq: LVO), a creator-first, music, entertainment and technology platform focused on delivering premium experiences and content worldwide through memberships and live and virtual events, and its subsidiary React Presents announced today that Spring Awakening Music Festival (#SAMF10), the largest three-day independent all-electronic dance music festival in the Midwest, will take place at Chicago’s United Center
Now in its 10th year, SAMF is the epic celebration of EDM that continues to combine a collection of established and emerging talent performances with immersive fan experiences in the metaverse and IRL – all for a one-of-a-kind, can’t miss event. The talent lineup, which will feature some of the most diverse performances and surprise collaborations, will be announced shortly.
Lineup Highlights: Marshmello, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, Steve Aoki, Skrillex, Calvin Harris, ILLENIUM, Zedd, DJ Snake, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Hardwell, Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack.
J Balvin NEON Experience, July 9-12, Ibiza
J Balvin has announced that he will be bringing his acclaimed NEON series to Ibiza from July 9-12 for a multi-day experience that will include a stacked lineup, pool parties, afterparties, morning yoga and wellness, and more. Beyond a headline performance from Balvin, the lineup will feature Puerto Rican vocalist and Billboard Latin Music Awards new artist of the year winner Myke Towers, multi-platinum Panamanian singer Sech, dancer and world-class choreographer turned rapper and actor Nio Garcia, veteran reggaeton singer and songwriter De La Ghetto, rising Dominican rapper Tokischa, and more as noted below.
Lineup Highlights: J Balvin, Myke Towers, Nio Garcia, De La Ghetto, Tokischa, DJ Luian, La Gabi, Cornetto, DJ Pope, Agudelo888.
Shambhala Music Festival, July 22-25, Nelson, British Columbia
Shambhala Music Festival is back with the party of the decade, after two years of postponement due to public health order restrictions on events in British Columbia. The annual event will take place once again at its permanent location on the Salmo River Ranch in Salmo, British Columbia, Canada. “We are looking forward to creating an unforgettable experience for our guests, as well as getting our staff back to work doing the job they love to do after a very difficult two years,” said Jimmy Bundschuh, who founded Shambhala Music Festival on his family farm back in 1998. “Whether it’s your first time or you’re a Shambhala regular, we’re beyond excited to welcome you to the farm this July.”
Lineup Highlights: Coming soon.
Newport Jazz Festival, July 29 – 31, California, USA
This summer, the legendary Newport Jazz Festival returns to historic Fort Adams State Park, July 29 – 31. Today, Thursday, March 24, Newport Jazz announces its 2022 line-up along with a tribute to late Newport Jazz and Newport Folk Festival Founder George Wein featuring very special guests to be announced.
The Newport Festival Foundation (NFF) is a non-profit organization. Thanks to the support of Newport Folk and Jazz fans and donors, NFF continues to support music programs in our own backyard of Newport, Rhode Island, and all across America. Since 2018, the Artist Gives initiative has provided over 100 grants to music education programs in over 30 states, including instruments for public schools, funding for music instruction workshops for Veterans, Girls Rock Summer camps, and school music lessons for children with learning disabilities, and more.
Lineup Highlights: Norah Jones, Esperanza Spalding, The Fearless Flyers, Angelique Kidjo’s Remain In Light, Terence Blanchard, PJ Morton, The Ron Carter Quartet, BADBADNOTGOOD.
Mo Pop Festival, July 30-31, Detroit
Michigan’s boutique musical and cultural experience produced by AEG Presents, celebrates its return in 2022 at a new location in the heart of the city, Detroit’s Hart Plaza. The festival has established itself as a unique festival that celebrates creative expression and craft – themes synonymous with Detroit. In addition to 10+ hours of non-stop music each day, Mo Pop Festival will feature unique experiences throughout the Festival grounds in a brand-new set-up.
Lineup Highlights: Glass Animals, Big Sean, Jhené Aiko, Kaytranada, Khruangbin, girl in red, Dominic Fike, Dayglow, Ashe, The Backseat Lovers, The Marías, Tai Verdes, Beach Bunny, Mariah The Scientist, Whu Else, Tiny Jag, Gabriel Duran, Charity, Haute to Death & Friends.
Monegros Desert Festival, July 30, Aragon, Spain
After two years of waiting, the call of the desert is no longer an illusion! Next Saturday, July 30, coinciding with its 29th anniversary, Monegros Desert Festival displays its most extraordinary production so far with more than ten stages, more than 100 artists of different musical genres, plus endless collaborations with musical groups, companies of street theatre, and art.
Lineup Highlights: Wu-Tang Clan, Paul Kalkbrenner Live, Chase & Status feat Mc, Vitalic Live.
Pickathon, August 4-7, Happy Valley, Oregon
A New Pickathon for a New World! That’s what we’re promising in 2022. The world sure feels different today and we’re facing unprecedented challenges everywhere we turn. Pickathon has always been a leader in responding to a changing environment. Our innovations in programming and site design have made this possible, and we’ve always strived to create the best festival experience possible. In an era of unprecedented climate change and urbanization, we can’t pretend that this won’t transform Pickathon and many other festivals. We led the charge for green music festivals, pioneering the modern “zero waste festival” by eliminating single-use containers. And this was just the beginning of our work. In the past year, we’ve already created a first-of-its-kind live streaming platform, FRQNCY, to keep artists and fans together remotely. But to bring Pickathon back in 2022, we needed to rethink everything. And we did!
Lineup Highlights: Sampa The Great, Valerie June, Goth Babe, L’Rain, Pearl Charles, ELUCID, Automatic, Emma-Jean Thackray, Kassi Valazza, Gabe Lee, The Archive Project.
Elements Music Festival, August 19 – 20, Long Pond, Pennsylvania, USA
What started as a one-day affair in 2013 on the Brooklyn waterfront, from the wildly creative minds of co-founders Timothy Monkiewicz and Brett Herman, has now grown to be an epic, immersive, and self-sustaining three-day music and arts festival. Elements is purely independent and have catapulted to become a staple name on the festival circuit. This year’s Elements is poised to flourish more than ever before… by laying roots for the first time in the fields and forests of Long Pond Pennsylvania, where the fest’s Founding Fathers have moved their not-so-little baby from the Lakewood area to the woodlands adjacent to the Raceway in Long Pond, Monroe County. This new site provides a built-in food, water, parking, car camping, and safety infrastructure, with a history of hosting events 5x the size of Elements, and a shorter drive to all major cities on the East Coast.
Lineup Highlights: Kaskade (Redux), Rezz, FISHER, Sofi Tukker, Nicole Moudabar, Zeds Dead, Seth Troxler, Big Gigantic, Two Feet, Daily Bread, Shermanology, Gardella, TroyBoi.
Tmrw.Tday Dream Camp, August 25 – 28, Algonquin Park, Canada
Tmrw.Tday hosts a 4-day experience in the great Canadian Wilderness. The event is a wellness retreat combined with nightly music festivities. Dream Camp experience activations include: Transformational Workshops, Wim Hof Ice Bath Plunge, Breathwork, Yoga, Kundalini & Meditation, Plant Medicine & Cacao Ceremony, Live Music Bonfires, Silent Disco & Beach Party, Plus So Much More.
Lineup highlights: Mr. Corazon, Matty Rice, Chris Assaad, more to be announced.
Palm Tree Music Festival, August 27-September 1, Pag, Croatia
Palm Tree Crew has announced a new destination experience at Zrce Beach on the island of Pag in Croatia. Palm Tree Music Festival: Croatia Edition is a follow-up to the sold-out Cabo edition that took place between Palm Tree Crew last year in Mexico. The series is now expanding to unique new locations in far-reaching corners across the globe.
Palm Tree Music Festival: Croatia Edition will include pool parties, open-air venue takeovers, a huge international lineup, a variety of accommodation packages which include hotels and catamarans, and exclusive cultural Add On experiences.
Lineup highlights: Arielle Free, Don Diablo, Felix Jaehn, Forester, Frank Walker, Jonas Blue, LP Giobbi, Melé, Nikki Chong, Nora En Pure, Oliver Heldens, Sam Feldt, Secondcity, The Stickmen Project, Yotto.
M3F, March 4-5, Phoenix, Arizona
M3F, North America’s most celebrated non-profit music festival, has announced the 2022 lineup and released tickets for their highly-anticipated return to Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. Taking place from March 4-5, 2022, the festival has donated $3.2 million to charity since launching in 2004, including $1.1 million donated in just the last two years alone. 100% of proceeds from M3F are donated to charity, which is the primary focus of the festival.
Lineup highlights: ZHU, Leon Bridges, Kaytranada, Jungle, Parcels, Spafford, A R I Z O N A, Bryce Vine, Whethan, Elderbrook, Two Feet, Cautious Clay, Surf Mesa, Goth Babe, Bea Miller, Franc Moody, New Madrid, Blu DeTiger, Joshy Soul.
CRSSD – Spring, March 5-6, San Diego, California
CRSSD Festival has announced its return to Waterfront Park in San Diego, March 5-6, 2022. At what will be the first spring edition of CRSSD since 2020, the beloved festival has once again delivered a diverse lineup highlighting the best in electronic music with a focus on house, techno, and eclectic live acts.
Lineup Highlights: Glass Animals, SOFI TUKKER live, Four Tet, Get Real, Gorgon City, Adam Beyer, Jeff Mills, Joris Voorn, 070 Shake, Blu DeTiger, Cautious Clay, Chet Faker, Franc Moody, Lastlings, Parcels, SG Lewis, Absolute., Ben UFO b2b Joy Orbison, Nina Kraviz b2b Helena Hauff.
SXM Festival, March 9-13, Saint Martin
SXM Festival combines the best electronic music with idyllic natural beauty, compelling creative production, rich island culture, and a passionate family of fans from around the world. From superstar DJs to hot new talent, the artist line-up will mesmerize and surprise you. Add the beaches and boats, villas and clubs, secret parties in the tropical nature – all wrapped in colorful Caribbean culture for a unique experience.
Lineup Highlights: Alexi Delano, Amine K, Animal Trainer, Blond:ish, Chaim, Danny Tenaglia, DJ Tennis, Dubfire, Gordo, Emanuel Satie, Carlita, Moody Jones, Steve Bug.
Brownies & Lemonade Spring Break, March 21-25, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Leading technology company Pollen Presents has announced that they are teaming up with renowned Los Angeles party crew Brownies & Lemonade for their first-ever Spring Break experience next year. Taking place in beautiful Puerto Vallarta, Mexico from March 21-25, 2022 the unique destination getaway will combine some of the top names in electronic music with a packed agenda of thrilling activities.
Lineup Highlights: Alison Wonderland, Louis The Child (Playground Set), RL Grime, Coco & Breezy, Dombresky, Dr. Fresch, Juelz, Peekaboo, Rossy, SNBRN, Wax Motif
BUKU Music + Art Project, March 25-26, New Orleans, Louisiana
BUKU Music + Art Project, the cutting-edge boutique festival in New Orleans, has announced the lineup for its highly-anticipated return to the Big Easy on March 25-26, 2022. At what will be the 10-year anniversary of the beloved event and first show back since 2019, dedicated fans of the festival will finally get the chance to return home to the creative playground of BUKU for a celebration of music, art, and community.
Lineup Highlights: Tyler, The Creator, Tame Impala, $UICIDEBOY$, Alison Wonderland, Baby Keem, Glass Animals, Lane 8, Liquid Stranger, Porter Robinson, Rezz, Trippie Redd, Amelie Lens, Dom Dolla, Maxo Kream, Shygirl, Taking Back Sunday, Tierra Whack, TroyBoi, Vince Staples.
TIËSTO: THE TRIP, March 31-April 3, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Leading technology company Pollen Presents are teaming up with the legendary dance music producer Tiësto for a unique experience this year. Going by the name TIËSTO: THE TRIP, the destination getaway will take place from March 31-April 3 in beautiful Cancun, Mexico for an unforgettable escape from reality for 4 days and 3 nights.
Lineup Highlights: Tiësto, KSHMR, Loud Luxury, Sofi Tukker, KSHMR, Callie Reiff, Joel Corry, Ms Mada, Kiko Franco, Ship Wrek, Morten, Max Styler, Dombresky.
Bushwig presents: Fatboy Slim, Hercules & Love Affair + Much More, April 15, New York
Presented by the Knockdown Center, art, performance + music space in Queens NY dedicated to cross-disciplinary projects, and collaborations.
Lineup Highlights: Fatboy Slim, Hercules & Love Affair, The Carry Nation, Dollhouse, Charlene, Dev Does, Horrarchata, Inita D, La Zavaleta, Merrie Cherry, Neon Calypso.
Day Club Palm Springs, April 15-17 & April 22-24
Day Club Palm Springs, has announced its return to the desert with a stacked lineup of electronic music’s brightest names. Taking place at Hilton Hotel Palm Springs during both weekends of Coachella, Day Club showcases stars making waves in dance music and beyond to soundtrack six days of poolside partying. Single-day GA tickets start at $25. Weekend passes are available starting at $70. All events are 21+ and go on sale at 12 pm PST, Friday, March 4. Tickets, hotel packages, and more information are available at dayclub.ps.
Lineup weekend 1: Kim Petras (DJ Set) w/ Caroline Polachek (DJ Set) & Friends, Madeon (DJ Set) w/ TOKiMONSTA (DJ Set) & Friends, Dom Dolla & John Summit.
Lineup weekend 2: Duck Sauce w/ Hayden James (DJ Set) & Friends, Louis the Child (DJ Set) & Friends, Tchami w/ VNSSA & Friends.
Ubbi Dubbi, April 23-24, Ennis, Texas
Disco Donnie’s music festival attendees can count on seeing the most prominent headliners as well as exciting new artists, spanning every genre in electronic music. The festival celebrates the friendship between two music-loving friends, Ubbi and Ubbi. Dubbi, who loves dubstep and trap, taught Ubbi about electronic music and now he loves house and techno. This time around Ubbi and Dubbi are joined by a new cast of characters, each representing a different type of raver, welcoming everyone, from the most experienced festival goer to the newbie attending for the first time, reinforcing Ubbi Dubbi’s extended family vibe.
Lineup Highlights: Alison Wonderland, Diplo (Sunset Set), Tiësto, Excision, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Zeds Dead, Casmalia, Inzo, Notlö.
Motherland Festival, April 23-24, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Lineup Highlights: Alvaro Diaz, Becky G, Blessd, Caleb Calloway, Casper Magico, Chenco Corleone, Hozwal, Jon Z, Nicky Jam, Nio Garcia, Tego Calderon, Zion & Lennox.
Desert Hearts Festival, April 28 – May 2, Lake Parris, California, USA
For ten years Desert Hearts has captured the spirit of a movement – defining what it means to be a DIY party crew while fostering a love-swept global community. From the Mojave Desert to premiere clubbing destinations around the world, onwards to the living rooms of their devout followers via DHtv in lockdown, Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs, and Porky never imagined just how far their creation would take them and their growing family, all on the back of House, Techno & Love.
Lineup Highlights: Carl Craig, Omar S, DJ Harvey, Danny Daze, Robag Wruhme, Kenny Larkin, Township Rebellion, Juan MacLean, Doc Martin, Anja Schneider, Francesa Lombardo, Yulia Niko, Kevin Knapp, Kim Ann Foxmann, SHADED, Lubelski, RINZEN, Andreas Henneberg, Mary Droppinz.
photo: Lightning in a Bottle