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Camp Nowhere Is Bringing Porter Robinson To Austin And Dallas

Camp Nowhere will once again be somewhere in 2022. This Summer, the traveling festival is coming to both Austin and Dallas, Texas in the span of one weekend. In Austin, the event will set up shop at Germania Insurance Amphitheatre on Friday, June 10. Then the next day, Saturday, June 11, the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas.

Topping the bill for this single-stage affair is none other than Porter Robinson. Robinson has already announced a headlining set at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this April, and so he clearly has plenty of tour plans for the 2022 season. Other artists on the lineup include the rising star in alternative dance music Moore Kismet, and Lane 8 fresh off his newest album, Reviver.

“We have been overwhelmed by the encouragement from fans to return in 2022 following the obstacles we’ve all faced over the past couple of years.  Camp Nowhere is so special to us and we have been waiting patiently to reintroduce it and we look forward to being underneath that Texas Summer sun with everyone again,” says Camp Nowhere founder Bob Clay.

Check out the full lineup for Camp Nowhere 2022 below. Click here to register for presale tickets that will become available Wednesday, February 9 at 10AM CT. General onsale to follow on February 11 at 10AM CT.

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Harry Levin

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