Shambhala Music Festival is returning this summer after a two-year hiatus, with a lineup jam-packed with headliners and Farm favorites alike. To celebrate that triumphant return, the festival will be announcing each of the individual stage lineups this week, and we’ll be providing running updates along the way to keep you in the loop!
That said, keep an eye out every day this week at noon for each new lineup, beginning with Monday’s unveiling of the Village.
The Village (Monday, April 25)
With the Village finally revealing its long-awaited rebuild stage this year, that will come alongside a veritable treasure trove of all the bass we could possibly hope for. Among the PK Sound-run operation’s lineup for 2022 will be Culture Shock, Delta Heavy, Koven, Phibes, and Shockone holding it down for drum & bass fans, along with Dion Timmer, Dirt Monkey, Downlink, Virtual Riot, and Woofax bringing the heat for bassheads.
The AMPhitheatre (Tuesday, April 26)
Known for wobbly bass and its iconic red and white striped tent, the AMPhitheatre never fails to bring some of the most unique music Shambhala has to offer. This year, that will see the legendary Amon Tobin headline the stage for a special Two Fingers set. Joining him will be Mr. Carmack, TOKiMONSTA, What So Not, Of the Trees, and a Deep, Dark and Dangerous showcase led by Truth, among many others.
Fractal Forest (Wednesday, April 27)
Next up we have the funkiest show on earth, the Fractal Forest. Featuring a pyramid-shaped DJ booth, the Fractal Forest is bringing a wide variety of funk and house vibes. This year’s lineup will be sure to put you on an interdimensional journey through the sounds of everything that is funky. With acts from house legends like Valentino Khan, Dr. Fresch, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and a special Cut Chemist set featuring Chali 2na, this year’s Fractal Forest is sure to bring those upbeat basslines and groovy beats that we all know and love.
The Grove (Thursday, April 28)
Sporting some of the widest variety of sounds from hip hop, dub, and multiple electronic genres, The Grove will have something for everyone at this beautiful outdoor stage complete with interactive installations and forest lounges. With acts ranging from hip hop artists like Cordae and house artists like Channel Tres, to chill electronic groups like Frameworks, and everything else in between.
The Living Room (Friday, April 29)
The Pagoda (Saturday, April 30)
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