So What?! Music Festival announces updated lineup feat. Wage War, Lil Skies, Mod Sun, and more

MAY 27-29, 2022
Texas, USA – February 15, 2022 –So What?! Music Festival has announced an updated lineup for their 2022 festival that includes Wage War, Lil Skies, Mod Sun, Pouya, State Champs,Hail The Sun, Rebecca Black, Kublai Khan TX, Hawthorne Heights, Big K.R.I.T., Oxymorrons and many more, with additional special guests to be announced.
Along with acts like Texas In July, The Higher, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk, and Close Your Eyes reuniting for the festival, other notable sets include I Set My Friends On Fire performing the album Can’t Spell Slaughter Without Laughter (2008), and the original lineup of A Skylit Drive performing the EP She Watched The Sky (2007)for the first time ever.
So What?! Music Festival will be held at Choctaw Stadium (formerly Globe Life Park) in Arlington, TX on Memorial Day Weekend 2022 (May 27-29).Tickets are available to purchase now at
The festival will merge metal, rock, rap, hip-hop, alternative and pop-punk genres for a weekend of performances. The first wave lineup announced performers I Prevail, Parkway Drive, The Ghost Inside, Blackbear, Simple Plan, Sum 41, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, Trippie Redd, Tyga, Knocked Loose, The Maine, Princess Nokia, 3OH!3 and many more, gaining the attention of, NYLON, Loudwire, COMPLEX, and other notable outlets.
“This year’s So What?! line up is us basically saying, who cares about a genre!” shares festival founder Mike Ziemer. “Everything is blending together more and more. There are so many hip-hop artists collaborating with rock artists. Travis Barker is working with like every type of artist. This festival brings together all the hype and energy of what’s current and what’s exciting to the fan that misses Warped Tour but also attends Rolling Loud.”
For more information including a full lineup, ticket prices, payment plan options and more visit and follow So What?! on Twitter and Instagram at @sowhatmusicfest and Facebook at @sowhatmusicfestival
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