ARISE Music Festival announces first round of artists for 2022: Beats Antique, Papadosio, Random Rab x2, & more
ARISE Music Festival is much more than a music festival, according to anyone who has attended. It’s a movement. The annual Colorado gathering creates spectacular, soulful, and meaningful experiences for its participants through music, art, yoga and wellness, and other transcendent modalities.
After being forced to cancel their 2021 gathering like most others in the pandemic climate, ARISE is now poised to return to its usual Memorial Day weekend, held from May 27 through 30, but not without some relocation woes. After eight successful years at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland County, festival organizers were attempting to make the move to Larimer County near Park Creek Reservoir. However, the local county commissioners denied the festival’s permit to move into a 200-acre site in Wellington, Colorado. As a result, Arise attendees will be welcomed to a brand new home in The Cradle Boone, Colorado.
To celebrate, ARISE organizers were thrilled to recently share the first phase of the 2022 lineup, with many more artists to be announced in the coming months. Headlining the 2020 gathering is Beats Antique. Other noteworthy artists features a healthy mix of jam and bass music, including Papadosio, The Polish Ambassador, Marvel Years, Maddy O’Neal, Manic Focus with the full band, and more. In addition, Dirtwire, Bluetech, Cofresi, Phutureprimitive, Random Rab, and Homemade Spaceship also find themselves on the 2022 roster.
Featuring three stages and more than 65 music performances over the course of three uninterrupted days of intentional and unique experiences, the event will surely offer top-notch sound. No hassle, on-site camping all weekend long so you can enjoy the festival from sunup to moon down. Pitch your tent, camp with your car, park your RV, glamp, or VIP camp in one of our many safe, convenient locations. Simply add a camp pass to your festival ticket.
Independently owned and operated since 2012, ARISE Music Festival was produced at Sunrise Ranch in northern Colorado until 2019 while expanding its audience from two to 13,000 participants. During the pandemic, ARISE purchased their own land entitled “The Cradle,” an organic ranch and farm along the Arkansas River, about two hours south of Denver. Additionally, the land contains 400 acres of irrigated grasslands and hundreds of trees. For the future, ARISE will strive to cultivate one of the most functional, spectacular and epic festivals in the world while continuing to grow our audience.
To learn more and stay up to date on artist lineups, presales, ticket details and more, visit ARISE’s official website.
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