Innings Festival announces Foo Fighters, Tame Impala as 2022 headliners

Oct 5, 2021, 1:15 PM

Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters (left, Mike Coppola/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS) and Kevin Parker's Ta...

Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters (left, Mike Coppola/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS) and Kevin Parker's Tame Impala (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella) will headline the 2022 Innings Festival at Tempe Beach Park.

(Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella)

PHOENIX – Innings Festival on Tuesday revealed its 2022 lineup, with heavy hitters Foo Fighters and Tame Impala headlining the two-day bill.

Last week, the celebration of music and baseball confirmed it will return to Tempe Beach Park for its fourth edition on Feb. 26-27 after sitting out 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Foo Fighters top the Saturday slate and will be preceded by St. Vincent, Billy Strings, Caamp, Dashboard Confessional, White Reaper, All-Star Baseball Jam hosted by Jake Peavy, The Dip, Del Water Gap, Girlhouse, and Almost Monday.

For the second day, My Morning Jacket, Black Pumas, Fitz and The Tantrums, Matt and Kim, Nothing But Thieves, Jade Bird, Low Cut Connie, Brisco, and Sydney Sprague will perform before Tame Impala closes the festival.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday through the Innings Festival website.

The price for a basic two-day general admission pass starts at $149 plus fees, but it will increase over time. Other two-day packages are available for $249, $499 and $1,150 in the initial pricing tier.

Single-day tickets, which are separate from the tiered pricing plan, start at $105, with other levels available for $185, $335 and $799.

Innings Festival debuted in 2018 to coincide with spring training. In addition to big-name musical acts, the event is known for appearances by Major League Baseball stars.

Along with Peavy, Ryan Dempster, Roger Clemens, Dave Stewart, Rick Sutcliffe, Tim Raines, Kenny Lofton, Eric Gagne, Jonny Gomes, Jim Abbott, Sean Casey, Keith Foulke, Tim Salmon and Russ Ortiz have been lined up for 2022.

The festivities, as they do every year, will also include baseball-themed activities along with retail, food and beverage vendors.

The 2021 Innings Festival had been set for Feb. 27-28, but it was canceled in November of last year, when the concert industry was shuttered in the midst of the pandemic.

The 2022 event hasn’t yet determined if it will require COVID-19 measures such as proof of vaccination or a recent negative test, which have become standard at many concert venues.

“Innings Festival organizers are in regular communication with local health and public safety officials and will follow current recommendations and guidelines at the time of the festival,” the website’s information page says in the safety and security section.

“As the weekend approaches, Innings Festival patrons will receive regular updates with important information regarding safety policies and procedures before entering the festival, which will also be shared at on social media and via the Innings Festival email list.”

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Innings Festival announces Foo Fighters, Tame Impala as 2022 headliners