Sunset Music Festival Drops Initial Lineup for 10 Year Anniversary

Sunset Music Festival 2021
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Duke Dumont, Dillon Francis, Moore Kismet, Gorgon City, Jason Ross, Borgore, and more are set to play Sunset Music Festival this year.


Sunset Music Festival has brought the heat to Tampa over the past decade with massive lineups that feature top-tier artists and rising stars alike. After hosting their most recent edition in 2021 that carried on with that tradition, Disco Donnie Presents and Sunset Events set their sights on making an even bigger splash for the festival’s 10 year anniversary this year. Now, the initial details have begun to surface.

This year, the festival will make its return to Raymond James Stadium on May 27-29, adding an additional day of music for those planning to attend. Paired with that news is the initial lineup – and it’s difficult to not find someone truly captivating on the list of who’s playing Sunset Music Festival this year. From bass behemoths like Borgore, Liquid Stranger, and ATLiens to major house artists such as Duke Dumont, Gorgon City, and Malaa, there are plenty of sensational beats that will be booming through the festival’s speakers.

The diverse range of artists within the realm of house and bass really makes this lineup stand out. Melodic dubstep fans will surely gravitate to sets from Jason Ross, Crystal Skies, and MitiS, while those looking for heavier sounds won’t want to miss out on Jantsen b2b TVBOO, Jaenga, and Monxx. Tech house lovers will be stoked to see artists like Noizu, Lucati, and Bruno Furlan take the stage in addition to others like Chris Lorenzo, LP Giobbi, and Biscits who continue to leave listeners impressed with their range.

To top it off, Sunset Music Festival will play host to a number of rising stars as well. This includes artists such as Pauline Herr, Moore Kismet, Wreckno, Ranger Trucco, Miane, and Mersiv, all of whom represent the bright future of the scene as we continue on our path deeper into 2022. Check out the initial lineup below and stay tuned for the second phase that’s due to be unveiled on March 28.

2022 marks a decade we’ve been at Raymond James and we’re proud of our partnership with TSA and the city of Tampa. Sunset has grown from a small pop up in 2012 fast forward to 2022 we now have our biggest Sunset yet, with 4 stages featuring large scale production and adding an extra day. The growth of Sunset has been mutually beneficial for Tampa Bay. We contributed such a positive impact on our beloved city which is now the #1 growing housing market in the country and is touted as an international destination spot with being praised as the #1 beach of the world.

John Santoro, Sunset Events Founder

Early Bird Tickets for Sunset Music Festival 2022 go on sale Thursday, January 27 at 10am ET. Head over to their website to register for the presale and enter for your chance to win four tickets!


Sunset Music Festival 2022 – Phase 1 Lineup:


Sunset Music Festival 2022 – Phase 1 Lineup By Artist:

  • ALRT
  • ARMNHMR
  • ATLiens
  • Bàwldy
  • Biicla
  • Biscits
  • Blanke
  • Bonnie x Clyde
  • Boogie T
  • Borgore
  • Bruno Furlan
  • Chris Lorenzo
  • CID
  • Crystal Skies
  • Dabin
  • Dillon Francis
  • Diplo
  • Duke Dumont
  • Evalution
  • Gettoblaster
  • Gordo
  • Gorgon City
  • Gryffin (DJ Set)
  • ImanbekINZO
  • Jaenga
  • Jantsen B2B TVBOO
  • Jason Ross
  • Joshwa
  • Liquid Stranger
  • LP Giobbi
  • Lucati
  • Malaa
  • Mersiv
  • Miane
  • MiTis
  • Monxx
  • Moore Kismet
  • Noizu
  • Pauline Herr DJ Set
  • Peekaboo
  • Plsma
  • Ranger Trucco
  • Regard
  • Rossy
  • Ship Wrek
  • Shiverz
  • Sidepiece
  • Sosa
  • Tita Lau
  • Trivecta
  • Valentino Khan
  • Wreckno
  • XIE*

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