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Lightning In A Bottle Confirms Headliners Glass Animals, Big Wild, And Black Coffee For 2022

Lightning In A Bottle, the flagship festival from California-bred promoter Do LaB, just confirmed the 2022 lineup. From May 25-30, a wide-ranging selection of artists will inhabit the event’s newly minted home of Buena Vista Lake, California.

As usual, the lineup is split into three sections based on the three main music stages. Lighting is the main stage where artists of all genres perform, and this year features everything from indie rock outfit Glass Animals to electro-soul maestro Chet Faker.

Next is Thunder Stage which is the home for all the rumbling, bass-driven artists. Here low-end favorites like LSDream and CloZee will take the stage along with a highly anticipated back-to-back set from G Jones and Eprom.

Finally, Woogie is the haven for house and techno, which features an expanded roster this year. For the first time, the stage will be open for four full days as opposed to the usual three, giving attendees an extra dose of foot-stomping beats. Catch sets from seasoned dance floor veterans including Seth Troxler, Four Tet, and Black Coffee throughout the weekend.

Check out the full lineup for Lightning In A Bottle 2022 below. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 5 at 10AM. Click here for more information.

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