Chris Stapleton, Queens of the Stone Age and the Avett Brothers are the headliners scheduled to perform at the inaugural Innings Festival the weekend of March 23-25 at Tempe Beach Park.
The lineup also includes Counting Crows, Young the Giant, The Head and the Heart, The Decemberists, Dispatch, Cold War Kids, Local Natives, Lord Huron, Sylvan Esso, Luke Combs, Citizen Cope, the Gin Blossoms, Eagles of Death Metal, Craig Finn and many more.
The three-day festival is produced by C3 Presents, the team behind Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Music Festival, as well as The Music City Food + Wine Festival and The Austin Food + Wine Festival.
The announcement arrives just three days after the conclusion of the Lost Lake Festival (the highlights of which you can read about here), presented at Steele Indian School Park by Superfly, the team behind Bonnaroo and Outside Lands.
It’s set to feature 36 performers on three stages, culinary demos with chef Beau MacMillan, curated food vendors, family activities and appearances by professional baseball players.
That last part is important because Innings Festival is aimed at a cross section of music lovers and baseball fans including enthusiasts traveling from across the country to watch their favorite teams during Cactus League spring training.
“The Innings Festival is the perfect combination of music, baseball and the amazing location of Tempe Town Lake and downtown Tempe,” said Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell. “Thousands of Cactus League fans – locals and visitors alike – will be able to come to experience the gorgeous weather, beautiful setting, great food and awesome music. We are excited to welcome performers of this caliber and their fans to celebrate this first ever Innings Fest and we look forward to making this an annual event.”
Three-day general admission tickets are $139-$199 plus fees. Single-day tickets are $99 plus fees.
General admission, VIP and platinum tickets are on sale Friday, Oct. 27 at inningsfestival.com.
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