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Governors Ball 2022 Lineup Announced: Kid Cudi, J. Cole, Halsey, & More

Governors Ball has officially announced the star-studded lineup for the festival's 2022 edition.

Taking place June 10-12 at last year's location of Citi Field in Queens, New York, the festival will be headlined by Kid Cudi, J. Cole, Halsey, and Playboi Carti. Other names slated to play include Jazmine Sullivan, Migos, Jack Harlow, 100 gecs, Kaytranada, Joji, Denzel Curry, Still Woozy, Japanese Breakfast, Skepta, Clairo, Roddy Ricch, YG, Soccer Mommy, Flume, Dehd, J.I.D, Tove Lo, DJ Diesel (a.k.a. Shaquille O’Neal), and more. In total, over 60 artists will appear.

A special presale for 3-day and 1-day GA and VIP tickets will be available exclusively for Citi Cardmembers from today (January 25) at 10am ET through Thursday, January 27 at 11:59am ET. The general sale for 3-day and 1-day GA and VIP tickets (including payment plan options) will then begin Thursday, January 27 at 12pm ET on the festival’s website.

Governors Ball Music Festival promoters Founders Entertainment will also be making a $25,000 donation to the New York City Mayor’s Fund’s relief efforts for the victims of the Bronx apartment building fire. Donations for the relief effort can be made via the Bronx Fire Relief Fund.

After being forced to cancel in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governors Ball returned in September 2021 with a lineup that featured Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion, Post Malone, Phoebe Bridgers, A$AP Rocky, J Balvin, and others. The festival also celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.

See the Governors Ball lineup poster below.

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Article Image: Kid Cudi at the "Spider-Man: No Way Home" premiere in 2021, J. Cole at the 2013 Do Something Awards, Halsey at "The Huntsman Winter's War" premiere in 2016. (Jean_Nelson, s_bukley, and s_bukley via DepositPhotos.)

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