Kid Cudi And J.Cole To Headline 2022 Governors Ball

Playboi Carti, Coi Leray, Migos, Jack Harlow and more included in the lineup of performers.

Festival season is nigh and music’s biggest stars are starting to stamp up their calendars for the myriad of different events that are planning to take place this summer.

The Governors Ball — a three-day music, art, food and community experience that takes place in New York — just announced their 2022 lineup, which will host over 60 performers, including Roddy Ricch, Coi Leray, Playboi Carti, J.I.D, Jack Harlow, Kaytranada, and Migos among others.

Headlining the annual spring music festival will be J. Cole and Kid Cudi. 

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Set to take place June 10-12 at the Citi Field complex in Queens, New York, the festival, according to Variety, 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.

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As of right now, the COVID policy for entry is still being determined but the festival’s website states full vaccination or negative test results will be required to attend the festival. Their FAQ page goes on to say that any changes that may come will be announced via social media and If canceled or rescheduled, attendees will have the option of either receiving a refund or having their tickets rolled over to 2023.

Citi Cardmembers have exclusive first dibs on 3-day and 1-day General Admission as well as VIP presale tickets from Jan. 25 until Thursday, Jan. 27 whole the general public can start purchasing beginning Jan. 27 at 12 p.m. ET.

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