This Ain’t No Picnic festival set times announced

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This Ain’t No Picnic festival set times are in! Check them out below and schedule your festival days accordingly. Pro tip: save the set times images and add them your “favorites” or home screen for easy access.

Along with the his Ain’t No Picnic set times, festival promoter Goldenvoice has announced via their social media: “Unfortunately due to visa delays logic1000 and TEMS will no longer be able to perform. Also, they’ve added Leon Vynehall to the This Ain’t No Picnic lineup for Saturday, Aug. 27.

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This Ain’t No Picnic will take place August 27 and 28, 2022 in Brookside Park at the Rose Bowl. The new festival will feature an incredible lineup of indie acts and then some including The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, Le Tigre, Phoebe Bridgers, Beach House, Jorja Smith, Kaytranada, IDLES, Four Tet + Floating Points, Honey Dijon, Wet Leg, Genesis Owusu, Courtney Barnett, Descendents, Yves Tumor, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Caroline Polachek, Turnstile, and many more.

View the full This Ain’t No Picnic lineup and set times below

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Get Tickets to This Ain’t No Picnic

Tickets to This Ain’t No Picnic festival on Aug 27 and 28 at Brookside Park at the Rose Bowl are on sale now! Tickets are priced as followed:

Two-day general admission tickets start at $299 + fees, and two-day VIP are $799 + fees.

Single-day general admission tickets start at $159 + fees, and two-day VIP are $449 + fees.

The Clubhouse ticket provides an abundance of the top-offerings the festival has to offer. 2-Day Clubhouse tickets are $1,199 + fees. Clubhouse access is 21+ only. 

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