Incredibly exciting news has now hit the scene as Hangout Music Festival has announced its dates and absolutely insane lineup for the 2022 edition. Its comeback date since 2019, Hangout has taken a couple years off, however, they’re coming back bigger and better than ever with their best lineup to date. Taking place from May 20-22 at the paradisiacal Gulf Shores of Alabama, music lovers from all corners of the globe are going to unite under what is shaping up to be one of the year’s top festivals yet. Headliners include Post Malone, Tame Impala, Halsey, Doja Cat, Fall Out Boy, ILLENIUM, and Megan Thee Stallion.
In addition to these sensational headliners, further performances from all genres include Kane Brown, Jack Harlow, Zedd, Maren Morris, Phoebe Bridgers, Leon Bridges, Louis The Child, Still Woozy, The Band CAMINO, SLANDER, Oliver Tree, Lil Yachty, Chelsea Cutler, Sublime With Rome, The Head And The Heart, Surfaces, T-Pain, and loads more.
For anyone that’s experienced Hangout in the past, you’ll know of just the sort of dreamy atmosphere that takes up the entire Gulf Shore over these three days. Kickstarting the summer season, Hangout is a flagship event that music lovers from all genres flock to. Curated to have the most fun in the most ideal setting possible, Hangout serves as the top-notch place to be next summer.
Pre sale registration is now open HERE and on sale begins December 13th. Beyond the music lineup, Hangout is a one-of-a-kind experiential festival featuring stage-side VIP pools, hammocks lining the beach, majestic oceanside views, and plenty of activities for attendees including beach volleyball, disco skating at a full-sized roller rink, dance parties by the water, and much more to be announced. Hangout Fest is truly a vacation at the beach (with the best music around the world) and it doesn’t get much better than that.
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