The All Things Go Music Festival returns to Merriweather Post Pavilion on October 1, 2022. It will feature 16 acts on multiple stages, including headliners LORDE, the youngest GRAMMY Song of the Year winner. Other artists on the 2022 lineup include Mitski, Bleachers, King Princess, Lucy Dacus, and Bartels Strange. Check out the lineup below.
The festival returns to Washington, D.C., on October 1 with a stellar lineup, including Lorde, Mitski, Bleachers, King Princess, Juliette Baker, Bartels Strange, and the Peach Pit. All Things Go Music Festival Tickets go on sale Friday, Aug 15 at 10 am EDT. Ticket prices range from $65 to $100, and you can register for the All Things Go Creator Summit, which will feature notable voices in music.
The festival is a great way to discover new music artists, including the Japanese-American singer Mitski. Mitski released her sixth studio album, Laurel Hell, earlier this year and will embark on a headlining tour this summer. She will play festivals across the U.S., U.K., and Sweden, as well as theaters across the country. Mitski will perform at the All Things Go Music Festival 2022 as she continues to build her audience.
The lineup for the upcoming All Things Go Music Festival in Maryland has been announced, with Lorde, Mitski, Bleachers, and Luci Dacus all set to perform. Other performers will include King Princess, Luci Dacus, Juliette Baker, Bartels Strange, and more. Tickets go on sale on April 15 at 10 am E.T. Bleachers is set to headline the 2022 festival, with Mitski and Luci Dacus also scheduled to perform. Maude Latour, Bartels Strange, and King Princess will also perform.
The band is currently on “the 2022 tour” in support of their sophomore album, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night. The group will be joined by Wolf Alice and Blu DeTiger, Charly Bliss, The Lemon Twigs, and beabadoobee on select dates. The band will open the festival on their “World Tour 2022” tour, which will conclude in May. After that, the band will headline Primavera Sound in Barcelona, followed by a stop at Bonnaroo.
It is hard to believe that bassist and singer Blu DeTiger is announcing her performance at the All Things Go Music Festival in twenty-two years. The upcoming artist first rose to fame when he uploaded his music to Tik Tok, where the public recognized him as an up-and-coming pop star. He then released his debut album, How Did We Get Here?, in March 2021.
All Things Go is a Washington, DC-based creative-house music festival specializing in live and digital experiences. Previous artists performing at the festival include Foster the People, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Future Islands. The festival was recently featured in Rolling Stone, Billboard, and Variety. Blu DeTiger will perform on the third stage at the All Things Go Music Festival 2022.
Jimmy Eat World and Charly Bliss have announced that they will perform on their upcoming North American tour in fall 2022. Their Something Loud Tour will begin on September 8 in Cleveland, Ohio, and run through October 29 in Las Vegas. Tickets for the show will be available for purchase at Tickets4festivals. You can also purchase VIP tickets or center-stage seating at a premium.
Charly Bliss is the band for you if you’re looking for a band to fill a space with power pop. The New York City band features guitar-crusted pop similar to Weezer. Their music will turn any space into a teenage bedroom. The band’s catchy tunes are perfect for those angsty teenage moments and candy-scented safe spaces.
Charly Bliss and beabadoobee
The inaugural edition of the All Things Go Music Festival is just around the corner. Set to take place October 22-23 in Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl, this festival will surely be the summer party. The festival will feature such artists as Lorde, Blu DeTiger, Charly Bliss, beabadoobee, Juliette Baker, Wolf Alice, and more.
Bleachers recently announced their summer tour. The band will support their upcoming album, “Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night,” and will be joined by beabadoobee and Charly Bliss. The dates are listed on the band’s website and link to purchase tickets. Bleachers will be joined by Blu DeTiger, Charly Bliss, and Wolf Alice.
The band Wolf Alice has been touring with Harry Styles in recent years, but now they’re heading to Australia for their first-ever concert. Wolf ALice is currently on tour through November and will perform three shows in April in Sydney, Australia. The band will return to North America in the fall for another string of shows. If you’d like to see Wolf Alice live in concert, you can find out more about the band’s schedule here.
The band announced that they’ll perform at the All Things Go Music Festival in 2022. While their tour will start in the summer, they’ve already announced additional fall dates. Fall dates include Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Vancouver, San Francisco, and Seattle. They’ll also play at Terminal 5 in New York City. They’ll also be playing in Atlanta, Houston, and Austin.