Rock Werchter has added to its 2022 lineup with the addition of over 64 artists including Black Pumas, Kacey Musgraves, Leon Bridges, Marcus King, and more. They add to the existing lineup of musicians set to perform at Festivalpark in Werchter, Belgium, June 30th–July 3rd. Pearl Jam, Metallica, Imagine Dragons, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Twenty One Pilots, The War On Drugs, Pixies, and more are already confirmed for Belgium’s megafestival.
Rock Werchter kicks off on Thursday, June 30th with top acts Pearl Jam, The War on Drugs, Pixies, Haim, and Beck joined by Rag’n’Bone Man, Lianne La Havas, Fontaines D.C., First Aid Kit, Carly Rae Jepsen, Black Pumas, RY X, Cigarettes After Sex, Altın Gün, Gang Of Youths, Airbourne, The Dead South, White Reaper, Reignwolf, Yumi Zouma, and Owenn.
The festival continues on Friday with headliners Metallica, Greta Van Fleet, Moderat, alt-J in addition to Bazart, IDLES, Lous and The Yakuza, Miles Kane, Inhaler, Turnstile, girl in red, Parcels, STIKSTOF, RHEA, JC Stewart, The Chats, The Last Internationale, The Regrettes, Waterparks, and MOLYBARON.
Saturday’s lineup is headed by Imagine Dragons, Twenty One Pilots, Jamie XX, and Phoebe Bridgers joined by Anne-Marie, LP, Leon Bridges, Clairo, Goldband, Sabrina Claudio, Marcus King, Alec Benjamin, Pitou, KennyHoopla, POORSTACY, The Faim, and Dea Matrona.
Finally, Rock Werchter wraps on Saturday with Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, and Polo G alongside Balthazar, Disclosure, Michael Kiwanuka, MEUTE, Lost Frequencies Live, Kacey Musgraves, Jimmy Eat World, Big Thief, Modest Mouse, Joost, Fever 333, Moses Sumney, Emma Bale, Jehnny Beth, Snail Mail, The Record Company, Dry Cleaning, Bartees Strange, and Peach Tree Rascals.
These acts will spread across four stages for four days in Belgium’s biggest summer festival. Organizers noted that 135,000 tickets are already sold, totaling 90% of the event’s capacity. For tickets visit the Rock Werchter website and scroll down for the nearly-completed 2022 lineup. Queens of the Stone Age will no longer perform at the festival due to a change of tour plans.