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Music / May 25, 2021

Primavera just announced one of the best festival lineups in recent history

Music / May 25, 2021

Primavera just announced one of the best festival lineups in recent history

Words: Dylan Murphy

You’ll have to zoom in really hard to see all the names, but the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Jorja Smith, Tame Impala, Massive Attack and more are all heading to Barcelona next summer.

Having had to postpone festivities twice now, Primavera Sound in Barcelona has revealed a bumper festival spanning two weekends in 2022.

Featuring the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Jorja Smith, Gorillaz, Megan Thee Stallion and more across two weekends, it poses the biggest lineup in the festival’s history.

Additionally, it’ll also feature an exhaustive weekday programme in the venues of Barcelona.

 The 2022 edition will comprise of two weekends between 2nd and 12th June with different lineups in addition to an exhaustive weekday programme in the venues of Barcelona

Currently, it is made up of 415 artists who will offer over 500 performances throughout the festival. Most of them will perform only once, but some will perform twice (and even more), shared over the two weekends and Primavera a la Ciutat.

The lineup is still not complete (We know, crazy!), but the festival have confirmed that once again the lineup is gender equal and one of the most eclectic we have seen in some time.

All tickets already purchased for the 2020 and 2021 editions will allow you to attend one weekend of Primavera Sound 2022 Barcelona – Sant Adrià. The buyer must choose: in the case of Weekend tickets, between one of the two weekends, and it will also be possible to purchase an upgrade to be able to go to both for the special price of € 195 (+ booking fee); in the case of day tickets, you will have to choose between one of the six main days at the Parc del Fòrum, no matter what weekend it is.

Today the operation to exchange tickets for holders of 2020 and 2021 tickets begins and on Tuesday, June 1st, all the different ticket types for 2022 will go on sale