GRiZ Announces Lineup for Space Camp II

Space Camp 2021
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GRiZ announces the return of Space Camp and drops the lineup that features NGHTMRE, G Jones, Of The Trees, and more!


The accomplishments that GRiZ has achieved in the scene over the past few years are remarkable. From stunning releases to launching multiple events while also continuing to press on with his dedicated efforts for charities, it’s difficult not to love what he’s been up to lately. Now, with his first-ever camping festival Triple Rainbow on the horizon, GRiZ has announced the return of another fun event for his fans to attend – Space Camp.

The debut edition of Space Camp brought plenty of heat to the Hampton Coliseum in Virginia last year, and now it’s set to make its return to the venue this year on December 16-17 for another round of epic beats. Akin to last year’s edition, GRiZ will take the stage during both nights of the event, and he will also be joined by some impressive artists in the scene.

December 16 will see NGHTMRE, Zingara, and Sonorous play their hearts out to the crowd and sway them with their beats. Then, things will get even more bassy on the second night when G Jones, Of The Trees, and A Hundred Drums take the stage. Don’t sleep on Space Camp if you’re looking for a great way to beat the winter chill this year; you won’t regret flocking to the Hampton Coliseum for this show!

The artist pre-sale for Space Camp 2022 begins on Wednesday, August 3 at 10am ET, with the general on-sale beginning on Friday, August 5 at 10am ET. Head over to his website to sign up for early access if you’re planning to attend.


Space Camp 2022 – Lineup:

Space Camp 2022 Lineup

Space Camp 2022 – Lineup By Artist:

  • GRiZ (Both Nights)
  • NGHTMRE (Friday)
  • Zingara (Friday)
  • Sonorous (Friday)
  • G Jones (Saturday)
  • Of The Tree (Saturday)
  • A Hundred Drums (Saturday)

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