SAN DIEGO (CelebrityAccess) — Organizers for the Wonderfront Music & Arts Competition introduced the headliners for the 2022 return of the occasion with Zac Brown Band, Kings of Leon, Gwen Stefani, and G-Eazy main the invoice.
The pageant, which debuted in 2019, will return to San Diego’s downtown waterfront on November 18-20 after taking a compelled two-year hiatus resulting from COVID-19.
The preliminary introduced lineup for the pageant additionally contains Younger the Large, Lauren Daigle, Swae Lee, Quinn XCII, Fitz & the Tantrums, Earthgang, Large Boi, Thundercat, SOJA, Noah Cyrus, Cam, Judah & the Lion, Whethan, Trevor Corridor, Hippie Sabotage, Two Toes, Skip Marley, Mod Solar, Max, Cheat Codes, Bakermat, Goldfish, and Bakar, amongst others.
A second artist announcement, together with a further headliner is predicted in Might. Moreover pageant organizers introduced they’re stretching the format this yr with the addition of nation artists comparable to Zac Brown, Niko Moon, and Myron Ekins.
“Our purpose with this 2022 lineup was to nonetheless preserve a deal with rising artists and artists with new music popping out this yr, however to additionally take a major step ahead with greater headline expertise. After the 2019 success we now have had so many nice artists eager to play on this yr’s lineup, it has been an inner battle with our programming staff as to which artists we booked to fill the obtainable stage slots. We additionally wished an excellent mixture of artists throughout the time slots, in order that not all the larger names had been simply taking part in on the identical later instances. We actually admire the artists which have labored with us to make that attainable. There are extra nice artists to be introduced, which we are able to’t announce till Might as some are taking part in on different massive festivals and exhibits within the Southern California area,” mentioned Wonderfront co-founder and CEO Paul Thornton
“Downtown is thrilled to see the return of the Wonderfront pageant and the cultural vibrancy it brings to our metropolis,” added Betsy Brennan, President & CEO of the Downtown San Diego Partnership. “It’s exhausting to consider a extra quintessential San Diego occasion than this mix of music and humanities on the intersection of our city neighborhoods and the San Diego Bay. We will’t wait to welcome everybody to get outdoors and luxuriate in being collectively once more.”