Primavera Sound has announced the lineup for its 2022 festival in Barcelona, ​​which will include two weekends with different artists. On the first weekend (June 2-4), the headliners include Pavement, The Strokes, Massive Attack, Tame Impala, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Gorillaz and Tyler, the creator. The following weekend, Lorde, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, Interpol and Yeah Yeah Yeahs play, with Massive Attack, Tyler, the Strokes, Tame Impala and Gorillaz playing among the returnees on both weekends. You can find the roster on the festival posters below. More artists will be announced in the coming months.

Some others play the first weekend: Bikini Kill, Kacey Musgraves, Earl Sweatshirt, National, Beck, Charli XCX, Caroline Polachek, Jorja Smith, Strandhaus, Karibu, Shellac, Jamie xx, 100 Gecs, Dinosaur Jr., Kim Gordon, Sharon Van Etten, König Krule, Yo La Tengo, Rina Sawayama, Big Freedia, Brockhampton, Fontaines DC, Weyes Blood, Helado Negro, Slowthai, Disclosure, Ben UFO and König Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. During the week, several artists will also be playing indoor shows in Barcelona.

In the second episode, Charli XCX and King Gizzard play under the second sets. You can also find Big Thief, Run The Jewels, MIA, Jay Electronica, Jessie Ware, Slowdive, Mogwai, Playboi Carti, Courtney Barnett, Brittany Howard, Dry Cleaning, Japanese Breakfast, Burna Boy, Clairo, Pa Salieu, India Jordan, Squid , Special Interest, Romy, Sky Ferriera, The Weather Station, Arooj Aftab and Angel Bat Dawid.

On Sunday June 12th, the last weekend ends with a Brunch on the Beach party with live music. Most of the performances take place in the Parc del Fòrum in Barcelona. According to a press release, the lineup is again balanced between the sexes.

The festival last took place in 2019 with headlining sets from Solange, Tame Impala, Erykah Badu and others. The 2020 edition of the festival was postponed and finally canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Primavera Sound tried to return for 2021 but was canceled again due to the ongoing pandemic.