Summer 2022 Festivals: DAY.MVS XL, ARC Festival, CRSSD Festival, Dirtybird Campout, Primavera Sound Los Angeles + More

HARD Summer (July 29-31):

HARD Events has announced the highly-anticipated return of HARD Summer Music Festival, which will take place at NOS Event Center in San Bernardino from July 29-31. The 2022 edition will expand to three days for the first time, giving attendees an extra day to take in the multi-genre curation the festival is known for.

Lineup Highlights: Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Uzi Vert, Porter Robinson, Alison Wonderland, 21 Savage, Madeon, Joji, 100 gecs, Marc Rebillet, Chris Lake, Zeds Dead b2b Subtronics, GRiZ, Nghtmre, Jai Wolf, Denzel Curry, Ski Mask the Slump God, Three 6 Mafia, TroyBoi, TOKiMONSTA, Aminé, Valentino Khan, Vintage Culture, Nicole Moudaber, Sullivan King, SVDDEN DEATH b2b Marauda, Sidepiece, Wax Motif, DJ Tennis.

DAY.MVS XL (August 6-7):

The team behind the renowned CRSSD Festival, FNGRS CRSSD, have announced the artist lineup for the return of DAY.MVS XL to San Diego’s Waterfront Park this summer. The two day city-center festival will touch down at the scenic oceanfront location this August 6 and 7, showcasing electronic music’s best and brightest names in a follow up to last summer’s successful DAY.MVS XL festival debut.

Lineup Highlights: Eric Prydz, Duke Dumont, ANNA, Ben Böhmer live, Bklava, Ciara B, Claptone, Charles D, Dixon, Flug, Guti live, Illyus & Barrientos, Juliet Fox, Mind Against, Miss Monique, Nastia b2b Stef Mendesidis, Overmono live, Pig&Dan, Purple Disco Machine, SOSA, Spektre live, Spencer Brown, Super Flu, Teenage Mutants, Vintage Culture, VNSSA

Splash House (August 12-14 & 19-21):

Iconic summer festival series Splash House has announced the artist lineups for the second and third editions of its newly expanded triple weekend season in 2022. Celebrating its ninth year and fresh off of a successful first June edition since 2019, Splash House continues to cement itself as a perennial favorite in the summer festival calendar by fusing forward-thinking electronic music, poolside partying, and resort amenities with the desert landscapes of Palm Springs.

Lineup Highlights:

August W1: Dabin, Dombresky, John Summit, Nora En Pure, Polo & Pan (DJ Set), Elohim, Franc Moody (Club Set), PNAU, Claude VonStroke, SG Lewis (DJ Set)

August W2: Elderbrook, JUNGLE (DJ Set), Malaa, Noizu, Solardo, Sonny Fodera, Kyle Watson, NEIL FRANCES (Club Set), Phantoms (DJ Set), Seth Troxler

ARC Music Festival (September 2-4):

For its 2021 debut ARC Festival conjured the spirit of house music in the birthplace of the genre. The event united scenes and connected communities from around the world in a way that felt distinct to the creative history of Chicago. In 2022 ARC returns to the city on Labor Day Weekend with an expanded three day event and has announced its world-class lineup of movement leaders from around the globe.

Lineup Highlights: Carl Cox, Adam Beyer □ Cirez D, Charlotte de Witte, Honey Dijon, Fatboy Slim, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Craig, Joseph Capriati, Richie Hawtin, ANNA, Gorgon City, Lane 8, Vintage Culture, Chris Lake, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Nora En Pure, Claptone, Giolì & Assia, Get Real, DJ Lady D, Eats Everything, Ron Carroll, Mike Dunn, Boris Brejcha, Ben Böhmer, Gene Farris

Primavera Sound Los Angeles (September 16-18):

Primavera Sound LA will take place September 16 – 18 in L.A. State Historic State Park, after extending to three days to take the Barcelona touch further than ever before. During these three days, Los Angeles and Barcelona will be united by a lineup worthy of Primavera Sound. Coherent and daring at the same time, full of surprises but connected in every detail with the spirit that has made Primavera Sound what it is today. After a longer than anticipated wait, we finally begin to cross the bridge that will take us to a new Primavera destination without renouncing to all those values that, after 19 editions, the Barcelona festival champions. Sustainability, gender equality, social commitment and urban integration will guarantee an impact that goes beyond the strictly musical one.

Lineup Highlights: Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, Nine Inch Nails, Arca, Bicep (Live), Cigarettes After Sex, Clairo, Darkside, James Blake, Khurangbin, Kim Gordon, King Krule, Mitski, PinkPantheress, Shygirl, Stereolab, Tierra Whack

CRSSD Festival (September 24-25):

CRSSD Festival has announced the initial artist lineup for its Fall 2022 edition taking place on September 24 and 25. Located at the scenic Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego, the two day city-center festival will showcase the best and brightest in electronic music with a focus on house, techno, and eclectic live acts.

Lineup Highlights: Duck Sauce, Jamie xx, ARTBAT, Dom Dolla, Fatboy Slim, MK, Sonny Fodera, Joseph Capriati, Reinier Zonneveld live, Richie Hawtin, Stephan Bodzin live, Testpilot

Dirtybird Campout: (October 7-9):

Eight years ago, house producer Claude VonStroke dreamt of an independent music festival that could cut through the mediocrity of corporate raving and foster a community of weirdos and dance heads looking for something more. The result was Dirtybird Campout – a wild and free playground for fans of all backgrounds, a place where creativity and positivity reign supreme, and a destination where you can come of age, again and again, every summer. Now, with this choose your own destiny ethos at its core, Campout prevails as the best boutique music festival in the world, where both the uninitiated and veterans merge on the dancefloor and games field alike to get down like it’s the last party on earth. Come see what all the hoopla is about at the Modesto Reservoir Campgrounds in Central California October 7-9.

Lineup Highlights: Ardalan, Ben UFO, Claude VonStroke, Eprom, Get Real (Green Velvet & Claude VonStroke), Goldie, Justin Jay, Lubelski, Nala, Nikki Nair, Of The Trees, Rebūke, Roni Size, Sevdaliza, Souls of Mischief, Uffie, VNSSA, Walker & Royce, Yheti