- February 1, 2022
- Comments: 0
- Posted by: admin
The Forecastle Festival is back. Louisville’s longest-running, homegrown outdoor music festival will once again raise its sails on the banks of the Ohio River.
The popular three-day music, bourbon, and culinary experience takes place May 27-29 at Waterfront Park.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Forecastle relaunches for its 20th anniversary with multiple stages and a spectacular lineup of artists including Grammy-winning rapper Tyler, The Creator, psychedelic rock powerhouse Tame Impala, Grammy-nominated Louisville native Jack Harlow plus Rufus Du Sol, Phoebe Bridgers, Porter Robinson, Clairo, 6lack, Black Pumas, Still Woozy, Lane 8, Alison Wonderland, Quinn XCII, Oliver Tree, Earl Sweatshirt, 100 Gecs and more.
In all, the three-day event will showcase more than 50 artists across multiple genres including hip-hop, alternative and electronic.
Here’s your complete guide to the 2022 Forecastle Festival:
The Forecastle Festival returns this year on Memorial Day weekend, May 27-29.
Ticketing options include 3-Day and 1-Day tickets for General Admission, General Admission Plus and VIP experiences:
3 Day Tickets
One Day Ticket
Children 10 years old and younger will be admitted free of charge with a ticket-holding adult. Limit two children per ticketed adult.
You may like:Jack Harlow to headline 2022 Forecastle, he says at first of 5 sold-out Louisville shows
Tickets go on sale to the public Thursday, Jan. 6 at noon at forecastlefest.com
This ticket includes access to up-close, prime viewing areas at the Mast and Boom stages, access to the VIP Lido Deck Lounge. You’ll also get shaded seating, premium restrooms, food and beverage offerings from Louisville’s favorite dining destinations, complimentary water and sodas from private bars, complimentary salon services including festival braids and bio-glitter, a priority entrance lane into the festival and access to all General Admission areas.
This upgraded general admission experience includes access to a private retreat with seating and shade near the Mast Stage, air-conditioned restrooms, a full-service bar with beer, wine and cocktails, and food for purchase.
The festival is annually held at the Louisville Waterfront Park, 129 River Road.
You may like:Kentucky artists Chris Stapleton, Jack Harlow heading to 64th Grammy Awards
Preventative health measures (e.g. proof of negative COVID-19 test or full COVID-19 vaccination, masks) may be required for this festival. Details of any necessary measures will be communicated as early as possible and will be shared on the event/venue website and social media channels. If you have questions about vaccines or want to get a vaccine, please visit vaccine.gov to find the nearest vaccine provider near you.
The Official Festival App is discontinued. All of the festival websites are mobile-friendly. When a new mobile app is released, Forecastle will send a message to everyone on its E-List, SMS list and social media channels.
The festival is ADA accessible and offers accessibility accommodations. More information will be forthcoming on the Forecastle website in the coming days.
Everything you need to know about the three-day Forecastle Festival can be found at forecastlefest.com and on the festival’s social media on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Friday, May 27
Saturday, May 28
Sunday, May 29
Reach Kirby Adams at email@example.com or Twitter @kirbylouisville.