Day In Day Out will return to Seattle, WA’s Fisher Green Pavilion in summer 2022 with a lineup featuring The NationalMitskiMac DeMarco, and more. The festival is set for August 12th–14th.

Also on tap for Day In Day Out 2022 are TurnstileJapanese BreakfastAnimal CollectiveJPEGMAFIASoccer MommyMUNAJamila WoodsCherry GlazerrHurray For The Riff RaffSampa The GreatLa LuzShabbazz PalacesHollis, and julie. The festival will also host DJ sets from Lite SmokesEmily Nokes (Tacocat), Spirit AwardShaina ShepherdThe Grizzled Mighty, and many more.

Pre-sale tickets for Day In Day Out 2022 go up on Thursday at 10 a.m. PT and are accessible by subscribing to the festival’s email list. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. PT. Scroll down for a full lineup.

Mac DeMarco will perform a special 10th anniversary set at Day In Day Out. The headlining performance will consist of songs from his 2012 debut Rock and Roll Night Club as well as its follow-up 2.

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Fellow headliner Mitski recently made waves on Twitter for asking fans to put their phones away at her concerts. In the since-deleted tweets issued last week, she wrote, “I wanted to speak with you about phones at shows. They’re part of our reality, I have mine on me all the time, and I’m not against taking photos at shows (though please no flash lol). But sometimes when I see people filming entire songs or whole sets, it makes me feel as though we are not here together. This goes for both when I’m on stage, and when I’m an audience member at shows.”

The Japanese singer-songwriter, who released her sixth album, Laurel Hell, last month, continued, “I love shows for the feeling of connection, of sharing a dream, and remembering that we have a brief miraculous moment of being alive at the same time, before we part ways. I feel I’m part of something bigger. When I’m on stage and look to you but you are gazing into a screen, it makes me feel as though those of us on stage are being taken from and consumed as content, instead of getting to share a moment with you.”

“I don’t want to be greedy, I’m fortunate to get to play,” she concluded. “Just putting out there that sometimes, if we’re lucky, we can experience magic at a show. But only if we’re there to catch it.”