Amidst the coastal allure of Gulf Shores, the forthcoming Hangout Music Festival in Alabama is gearing up to host an eclectic gathering of country royalty, melancholic enthusiasts, and fervent ravers. The revelation came on Wednesday as the organizers disclosed that the esteemed headliners for the 2024 edition, slated from May 17 to May 19, will be none other than Zach Bryan, Lana Del Rey, and Odesza.
Among the artists set to grace the stage are The Chainsmokers, Cage the Elephant, Dominic Fike, Reneé Rapp, and the ever-iconic Nelly. Diverse musical flavors extend to the rap and hip-hop realm with performances by Doechii, Sexyy Red, and the notable NLE Choppa.
The roster further boasts eminent names like All Time Low, the captivating Flyana Boss, David Kushner, Megan Moroney, and the sonorous Subtronics. A melodic journey awaits with A Day to Remember, Koe Wetzel, Alison Wonderland, and Jessie Murph, a proud Alabama native. Qveen Herby, Chromeo, the Beaches, Paul Russell, Del Water Gap, Eliza Rose, and the enchanting Alana Springsteen will also captivate the audience throughout the musical weekend.
For enthusiasts who missed out on the festival’s initial ticket offering, a chance for registration is available before the general ticket release on Friday at 12 pm ET.
The pricing spectrum for early-bird tickets encompasses $299 for 3-day General Admission access, $1,299 for 3-day VIP privileges featuring prime viewing at all main stages, complimentary libations, a sumptuous buffet, and exclusive access to side-stage pools. The Super VIP tier, priced at $2,299, elevates the experience with all VIP benefits, coupled with a private deck offering elevated views, WiFi connectivity, enhanced proximity to the stages, and an exclusive dining area adorned with lounge seating and charging stations.
A glance back at the previous year’s festivities reveals a star-studded lineup boasting eight headliners, including the likes of Lil Nas X, SZA, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Paramore.
As this musical extravaganza unfolds, several other festivals are unveiling their lineups this week. Bonnaroo, on Tuesday, disclosed luminaries such as Post Malone, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Fred Again as their headlining acts. Simultaneously, Boston Calling unveiled an impressive lineup featuring Ed Sheeran, The Killers, and Tyler Childers at the helm of their festival.