Announced today, III Points Miami has revealed the dynamic lineup of multi-genre acts set to transform the happening, vibrant city of Miami for two days of forward-thinking sounds across seven unique stages. Mana Wynwood in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District will showcase today’s major electronic, pop, rock, hip-hop, R&B, and latin acts amongst an expansive lineup of more than 150 artists. Since 2013, III Points Miami has been dedicated to delivering a combination of notable acts alongside a roster of indie performers and local Miami tastemakers, pushing the boundaries of what a cutting-edge live music experience entails.
III Points 2022 Lineup
Tickets to the 9th edition of III Points Music & Arts Festival are on sale this Friday, June 17 at 1:00 p.m. ET at iiipts.co/tix.
2022 will see the veteran festival push deeper into its diverse programming, with GRAMMY-award and eight-time Latin GRAMMY-award winning artist Rosalía revealed as the festival’s first headliner earlier this year. In what might now be considered a rare festival play for the seven-member band, LCD Soundsystem will bring their fusion of indie-rock-electronic-
Leading the lineup of electronic acts are experimental producer Porter Robinson, known for both his DJ sets and live vocal performances, 2022 GRAMMY-Award winner for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Black Coffee, and Flume, currently on the heels of dropping his highly-anticipated third studio album, Palaces. Legendary UK dance duo, Orbital, will bring their collection of famous, live productions that span beyond the last three decades. Turning up the heat on the dance floor with some of the industry’s most recognized house-centric beats, UK-born Chris Lake and former Australian pro-surfer turned DJ, Fisher, will both bring their chart-topping records to III Points Miami this year. Other major electronic acts including Bob Moses, John Summit, Polo & Pan, Madeon, ARTBAT, and Loco Dice are also slated to play the festival.