ILLfest Music & Arts Festival Drops Full Lineup feat. Chromeo, Getter, GRiZ, Jai Wolf, Madeon and More

    Award-winning Austin-based ILLfest Music & Street Art Festival is proud to unveil the highly-anticipated full lineup for its 5th edition on September 3rd and 4th, 2022 taking place at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). AC SlaterChromeoGetterLouis the ChildKayzoMijaHabstraktWax Motif and more will join an already star-studded lineup of GRiZJai WolfMadeon and Slander among others for their most dynamic, electrifying assortment of talent yet. 

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    4 stages, 50+ of the finest touring and local artists, 30+ muralists over 2 days; In addition to their biggest, most comprehensive talent lineup to date, ILLfest will feature a wide array of on-site attractions that promises to make this the best edition of their flagship series. Each year, ILLfest partners with pioneering street muralists and digital artists to illustrate their star-studded lineup – each design uniquely crafted to match the spirit of the growing festival. Following a collaboration with Barcelonian street artist el Pez, ILLfest 2022 features lineup art and digital branding in collaboration with multi-faceted entertainment and NFT artist Alex Solis. Along with bespoke balloon creations created by in-demand artist Balloonski, over 10,000 square feet of stunning street artistry and projection mapping will be on display, making for a one-of-a-kind crowd experience. For when the hunger hits, ILLfest is delighted to be curating a food and craft experience featuring local and national vendors that seamlessly match with the ILLfest ethos and vibe. Stay tuned for further updates. 

    The Circuit of the Americas was announced earlier this year as the new home for ILLfest. Previously home to the only Formula 1 and MotoGP races in America, COTA spans over 1,500 acres, providing the perfect venue for the locally-owned and loved festival that has grown into a 2-day event with over 10k attendees per day.

    After launching in 2016 on Baylor University’s campus as “ILLectric River”, the locally-owned breakout festival re-branded as ILLfest in 2019 and is lauded for its Texas roots, expansive collection of street art murals, masterfully curated electronic and live music lineup, and best-in-class attendee experience. With the 2019 edition of ILLfest postponed twice due to COVID-19, the upcoming September 2022 ILLfest is the second of their events this year, following the re-scheduled 2019 event in February of ‘22. ILLfest continues their impressive growth with a fresh lineup and a new venue that boasts acres upon acres of room for live street art, locally-curated food & craft vendors, and, of course, dancing with friends.

    In a world where massive corporate players book the same artists and provide the same experiences under different brand names, ILLfest producers aim to offer a unique breath of fresh air and authenticity to attendees. Despite all of the growth since its humble roots in Waco in 2016, the vision & execution remain the same: to deliver a boutique and reality-bending experience, supercharged by street art, a diverse & eclectic lineup, and obsessive attention to guest experience detail.

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