Entertainment, Music

Day N Vegas 2022 full lineup & presale announced

SZA, J. Cole, and yes, Travis Scott.

words by: Kayla Carmicheal
Jun 9, 2022

After much anticipation, the full Day N Vegas lineup is official. Let’s see who’s taking on a set this year.


The 3-day festival takes place this year from September 2-4 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds. Headliners start with SZA on Friday, continue with J. Cole on Saturday, and Travis Scott will close things out on Sunday. Other performers include Playboy Carti, 21 Savage, Baby Keem, Pusha T, Amine, T-Pain, Joji, Tierra Whack, Freddie Gibbs, Earthgang, City Girls, Summer Walker, Jhene Aiko, Saucy Santana, Chloe Bailey, and more.


For the full lineup, check out the poster below.


Day N Vegas 2022 poster


Day N Vegas has a history of bringing the big names and electrifying sets. You might even recognize a headliner from last year’s poster. While Kendrick Lamar and Tyler, The Creator were headliners on Friday and Sunday in ’21, Scott was supposed to be among them on Saturday. However, following the Astroworld tragedy, Scott ended up pulling out of DNV, among other fests.


This will be Scott’s first major festival booking since Astroworld in November 2021. Since the tragedy, he’s kept appearances minimal—most notably, a performance at the BMAs and a short set at Miami’s E11EVEN nightclub, as well as a couple of private events.



Artists returning to the stage include Freddie Gibbs, UMI, and Baby Keem.


Some performers have a history of announcing future projects at Days, such as K-Dot. During his set last year, he foreshadowed his newest record, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. Since SZA’s return to music has been highly anticipated, it will be interesting to see if she hints at anything coming down the pipeline.


Presale for Day N Vegas tickets start Friday, June 10, at 1PM ET (12PM CT, 10AM PT). Single day general admission passes will start at $229.95, with 3-day VIP passes going up to $899.95+.


Check out our list for more festivals going on this summer and beyond.


Photos via Day N Vegas, Network Vegas