The Governors Ball 2022 lineup for the festival has recently been announced. The Festival, which will take place at Citi Field in New York City’s Union Square from June 10 to 12, 2022, will feature performances by Kid Cudi, Halsey, and J. Cole.
Cudi, Migos, Jack Harlow, Black Pumas, Louis the Child, Skepta, Jpegmafia, Beabadoobee, Aly and AJ, Paris Texas, Quin XCII, Julia Wolf, and more will play on the opening day of the festival. Flume, Roddy Ricch, Jovi, YG, Tove Lo, Denzel Curry, Peach Tree Rascals, and DJ Diesel (a.k.a. former NBA player Shaquille O’Neal) will all perform on day two in addition to Halsey.
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There will be a final day of performances on June 12th, with performances by J. Cole, Glass Animals, Playboi Carti, Kaytranada, Clairo, Becky G., Jazmine Sullivan, and 100 Gecs. Other performers include Coin, Soccer Mommy, and J.I.D. The poster on the right shows the entire line-up for your perusal.
There will be a 12 p.m. ET ticket sale for Governors Ball 2022 this Thursday, Jan. 27. You can checkout complete details at thier website.
About Kid Cudi
A multi-talented entertainer from the state of California, Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi is better known by his stage name, Kid Cudi. Many contemporary hip hop and alternative acts credit him as a major influence. Checkout “She Knows This” from the 2020 album Man on the Moon III: The Chosen.
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Halsey is an American singer and songwriter who goes by the stage name Ashley Nicolette Frangipane. She was signed by Astralwerks in 2014 and released her debut EP, Room 93, later that year after gaining acclaim from her self-released songs on social media channels. Badlands, Halsey’s debut album, was released in 2015.
About J. Cole
In addition to his work as a rapper, Jermaine Lamarr Cole is also a lyricist, performer, and record producer. While growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, he was exposed to hip-hop with the publication of his debut mixtape, The Come Up, in 2007.