Northern Nights Festival Returns to Northern California in 2022
Northern Nights Music Festival has dropped the first phase of its lineup and tickets for their 2022 return to Northern California breathtaking Humboldt County, which will occur July 15-17. The event will take place at Cook's Valley Campground in Piercy, CA. The team behind the production has built a stellar reputation based on a diverse mix of music, industry-leading cannabis programming, and comfortable natural landscapes.
The Phase One lineup includes Dirtybird founder Claude VonStroke, bass music pioneer TroyBoi, French live artist CloZee, Camelphat collaborator and singer/songwriter Elderbrook, and West Coast house hero SNBRN.
Northern Nights is known for its multigenre offerings; 2022 is no different, with additional performances from David Starfire, J. Worra, Westend, Qrion and, SOOHAN.
Northern Nights is a pioneer in the cannabis space. They were the first music festival to have legal onsite cannabis sales and consumption. The festival continues to explore cannabis culture and policy. The Trww Lounge cannabis consumption area is a staple of the Northern Nights experience, showcasing innovative cannabis brands, yoga, and exclusive programming.
This year's festival will expand its offering and take advantage of updated policies around consumption. The Tree Lounge will now be spread across the festival grounds, making Northern Nights an example of how promoters can normalize cannabis consumption at events.
Attendees may find themselves floating in the river, shopping the curated vendor village, and doing yoga by day. And as the night arises, exploring art installations, enjoying specialty libations from the bars, and dancing into the wee hours. This event is a full-scale adventure offering versatility to its attendees, with more to be announced.
Wonder is around every corner at the festival, as those in the know will tell you. It's a highlight of California's natural wonderland for the enjoyment of all attendees. This is one you do not want to miss.
To peep full details, check out the Northern Nights Festival website.