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Hangout Music Festival 2022

Hangout Music Festival 2022

Hangout Music Festival has announced the lineup for its highly-anticipated return to the beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama from May 20-22; including Post Malone, Halsey, Tame Impala, Fall Out Boy, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, and more.

Flesh Queer Festival 

Flesh Queer Festival – May 28-29

Flesh Queer Festival, with headliners like Hannah Holland will be performing two days of House and Techno. The party will take place on Springfield Farm. The outdoor venue is located in a beautiful woodland close London, near St Albans in Hertfordshire, 25 minutes from Kings Cross.

The event will feature three stages showcasing House and Techno DJs. Alongside some famous names, emerging artists and community collectives will have their space as well. This allows emerging and under-represented talent to break through on a major platform, creating visibility and generate bookings for the artists.

Tickets start at £89.

Boston Calling Festival – May 27-29

On Memorial Day weekend in Boston, Massachusetts, headliners include Metallica, the Strokes, and Foo Fighters. Haim, Run the Jewels, Japanese Breakfast, Weezer, Modest Mouse, Avril Lavigne, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Cheap Trick, EarthGang, Black Pumas, Orville Peck, Cults, Goose, Glass Animals, Horsegirl, Hinds, Sudan Archives, Pom Pom Squad, and more.

Limp Bizkit Tour (April 28 – May 31)

Touring for their sixth studio album, ‘Still Sucks‘, nu metal superstars Limp Bizkit will be hitting 19 different cities on their 2022 tour this spring. Special guests like Yung Gravy and Wargasm will be joining along the way. The veteran band was huge in the 2000s, receiving awards from names like MTV and Billboard Music. The tour will likely include songs from their 2003 album, ‘Results May Vary‘, like the hits, ‘Creamer‘ and ‘Head for the Barricade‘. Tickets start at $60.

T-Pain’s “The Road to Wiscansin” Tour – (May 10 – June 11)

Starting his tour in San Francisco, T-Pain is touring the country to kick off the release of his newest album, “A Day Out With the Girls”. After nearly 5 years off the road, fans should be excited to know that tickets to see T-Pain start at $51. Beyond songs from his newest album, he will likely be performing some hit singles like “Bartender” and “Buy You A Drank”.

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