The fan-favorite Miami festival will also feature James Blake, Madeon and Chris Lake, among other renowned electronic artists.
III Points is officially returning to Miami in 2022—and the lineup is jaw-dropping.
Scheduled for October 21-22 at Mana Wynwood in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, the festival will feature performances from a myriad of the electronic music scene's most esteemed acts. LCD Soundsystem, Porter Robinson, James Blake, Madeon, Chris Lake, FISHER, Flume and Black Coffee lead an eclectic faction of over 150 artists.
Outside of the dance music space, attendees can look forward to sets from Rosalía, Joji and Shygirl, among other contemporary music stars from the worlds of hip-hop, pop and rock.
Check out the full lineup below. You can purchase tickets here when they go on sale Friday, June 17th at 1pm ET.
The track, a collaboration with RuthAnne, also marks the trio's debut release on Ultra Records.
ILLENIUM said the self-titled LP will serve as a prequel to his breakthrough album trilogy, "Ashes," "Awake" and "Ascend."
If there was a song equivalent to leaving a desperate ex read, this is it.
Friday, October 21
House of Pris
Jonny from Space
Julio Victoria (Live Band)
Kittin & The Hacker
La Goony Chonga
Lando & The Infinite Sadness
Miguelle & Tons
Out Of Service
Polo & Pan
Richie Hell (Live)
Saturday, October 22
Bob Moses (Live)
Erika De Casier
Jan Anthony & Milo Ziro
Jimi JulesJohn Summit
Nicholas G. Padilla
Romulo Del Castillo
The Polar Boys
Sign up for the latest news, exclusive giveaways & more.
The joint festival we needed after a brutal dry spell.
Well that’s one way to come bounce back from the ‘rona.
The festival’s expansive lineup also features Seven Lions, Zomboy, Sippy, Zeds Dead, and JOYRYDE, among many others.
DJ sets from Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, REZZ, Hardwell and many more electronic music superstars have also been confirmed.
The electronic music representation on Bonnaroo’s stellar 2022 lineup is nothing short of dominant.
Tiësto, James Blake, and Marshmello also received Grammy nods, among other electronic music stars.
Madeon, San Holo, G. Jones and more will appear.
Over 80 artists were revealed, joining Kygo, David Guetta, DJ Snake and more.