Joshua Tree Music Festival will return to California’s Joshua Tree Lake Campground on May 12th–15th with a spring 2022 lineup headlined by The California Honeydrops, Cimafunk, and Gone Gone Beyond. The festival has also announced its fall dates, which will take place on October 6th–9th, 2022.
Also on tap for the spring installment of JTMF will be Neal Francis, Thumpasaurus, Sofaz, DJ Dan, 79ers Gang, Sunny War, Adam Freeland, Mikey Reyes’ Beats & Rhymes Collective, Goragutang, The Seshen, Kate Vargas, Banda Sin Nombre, and Father Taj.
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Located at the gateway to the world-renowned Joshua Tree National park, JTMF will offer a variety of multidisciplinary workshops in addition to its 2022 lineup, including yoga and movement, visual arts, music, and myth. The grounds will contain art installations that uplift and inspire festivalgoers of all ages. Maintaining its pandemic-induced 2021 format, JTMF will limit the capacity to 1,500 people and will streamline its schedule with fewer concurrent activities over the four-day experience.
Tickets for both the May and October installments are on sale now. The festival offers four-day tickets in a variety of packages, including its base “Music Lover”, and the more inclusive “Festival Friend”, “Desert Dreamer”, and “Super Fan” tiers. Head to the JTMF official website for tickets and additional information.
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