Black Pumas, Revivalists and Trombone Shorty lead initial 2022 lineup for Gasparilla Music Festival

The three day party happens Feb. 25-22 in downtown Tampa.

click to enlarge Black Pumas at Kentucky's Railbird Festival 2021 - Tracy May
Black Pumas at Kentucky's Railbird Festival 2021
Grammy-nominated Austin, Texas psych rock band Black Pumas leads the initial 2022 lineup for Tampa's Gasparilla Music Festival (GMF). Joining the group led by Eric Burton are Adrian Quesada are New Orleans rock band The Revivalists and 2014 GMF alum Trombone Shorty.

The three-day party goes down February 25-27 at Curtis Hixon Park and Kiley Garden.
More bands are set to be announced, but also announced in the initial lineup today are Southern-rock favorite The Allman Betts Band, soul legend Mavis Staples, old-school hip-hop group Arrested Development, complicated (read: controversial) emo band Pinegrove, The Aces and Andy Frasco & the U.N.

Notable locals on the lineup include fast rising country singer Kenzie Wheeler, Wave Theory rapper K.III, space-rock outfit The Venus and more.

GMF Executive Director David Cox told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that a daily lineup and second wave artists should be announced as the festival approaches next year. Early bird tickets for GMF are still available and start at $45.

See  the full initial lineup for Gasparilla Music Festival 2022 below.
  • Black Pumas
  • The Revivalists
  • Trombone Shorty & Orleans Ave.
  • The Allman-Betts Band
  • Mavis Staples
  • Arrested Development
  • Pinegrove
  • The Aces
  • Andy Frasco & the U.N.
  • Peach Tree Rascals
  • Neal Francis
  • Amy Ray Band
  • Kenzie Wheeler
  • Imagination Movers
  • Seranation
  • Summer Hoop
  • DBMK
  • Sam E. Hudes
  • Johanna Warren
  • Moonthing
  • K.III
  • Kristopher James
  • The Venus
  • Van Plating
  • Sick Hot
  • Judyanne Jackson
  • School of Rock Tampa
  • Tampa Metro Youth Orchestra
  • Gospel Choir
Location Details

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

600 N Ashley Dr., Tampa Tampa

(813) 274-8615

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