Head In The Clouds 2022 Lineup Announced: Jackson Wang, NIKI, Audrey Nuna, Deb Never, MXMTOON, Boylife and more

Head In The Clouds finally announces their 2022 festival lineup featuring Jackson Wang, NIKKI, Rich Brian, Yebi Labs JOJI DJ set, Audrey Nuna, Deb Never, Boylife, MXMTOON, Warren Hue, Ylonna Garcia, and more. View the full line up poster for the low down.

Head In The Clouds‘ 2-day “trust us” presale sold-out quickly with just the promise of a lineup announcement soon, you best believe Head In The Clouds 2022 is going to sell out quickly now that the full lineup is out, and its bangin’.

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Head In The Clouds will take place Aug. 20-21 at Brookside Park at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Tickets to Head In The Clouds are prices with festival passes ranging from $249 (2-day General passes) to $405 (2-day VIP passes), as well as $750 for South Bay Surf Club passes. View the full breakdown of pricing and what comes with each pass level.

For early access, fans can register now for first access to 2-DAY passes. The Head In The Clouds presale begins Thursday, May 26 at 12pm PT. Register for access to the presale. Once registered, you’ll receive a presale code and link to the phone number you registered with  before the presale starts. Your Head In The Clouds presale code does not guarantee you tickets, so act fast as soon as you receive it!

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Expect good eats and treats at Head In The Clouds. This years food lineup is curated by the 626 Night Market!

Head In The Clouds is all-ages and will happen rain or shine. Festival gates open at 2pm each day and the event is all-ages. Curfew 11pm Saturday / 10pm Sunday. For all the juice, head over to Head In The Clouds.

Head In The Clouds 2021 – Photo by Steven Ward
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