Hangout Music Festival 2022: Lineup revealed after two year hiatus –

The wait is over. The Hangout Music Festival revealed the 2022 lineup after a two-year suspension due to Covid-19.

Gulf Shores, AL will officially kick-off “summer season” receiving tens of thousands of visitors.

The 2022 lineup has plenty of talent. Registration is already available, and the festival returned with world-class artists.

Main Artists

Headliners for Friday:

Porst Malone

Fall Out Boy

Kane Brown


Maren Morris

Headliners for Saturday:


Doja Cat


Leon Bridges

Headliners for Sunday:

Tame Impala

Megan thee Stallion

Jack Harlow

Phoebe Bridgers

Louis the Child

The Festival not only offers a variety of bands, singers, and rappers divided into 70 acts. There are plenty of activities that you can do at the beach.

For example, there are volleyball matches, dance parties by the water, disco skating at a full-size roller rink.

Also, the Hangout Music Festival supports the community through philanthropy.

Hangout donated $100,000 to Gulf Shore City Schools for a music lab for local high school students.

The event generates more than $40 million into the local economy.


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