Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival Drops 2022 Lineup Additions
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass just announced the fourth round of additions to their highly anticipated live return to San Francisco, CA’s Golden Gate Park on September 30-October 2.
The three-day, multi-stage, free music festival today adds Elvis Costello, Steve Earle & The Dukes, The Travelin’ Mccourys, Bob Schneider, Moonalice, Cymande, Arooj Aftab, Cedric Watson, Alison Brown, and Jim Lauderdale to its line-up. Today’s additions were teased yesterday by the final exclusive medley — streaming now on the official Hardly Strictly Bluegrass website and HSB22 app.
In addition to his afternoon show in the park, the legendary Elvis Costello also announces “Elvis Sings Hunter-Garcia,” a benefit for Prader-Willi Homes Of California. The rare, intimate concert, a tribute to the iconic songwriting of Grateful Dead contributor Robert Hunter and the band’s visionary singer/guitarist Jerry Garcia, will take place the night of September 30 at The Great American Music Hall. There will be two shows, at 7pm & 10pm, with tickets available starting at 10am today. For more information, please visit GAMH or Prader-Willi Homes.
Elvis Costello and the other artists announced join an already eclectic previously announced line-up of Emmylou Harris, Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew – Remain In Light, Tré Burt, Meklit, Jake Blount, The Brothers Comatose, Seratones, The Tallest Man On Earth, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, Antibalas, Marcus Mumford, Allison Russell, Las Cafeteras, Lucius, Galactic, A
J Lee & Blue Summit, Joy Oladokun, Charley Crockett, Buddy Miller, Bonny Light Horseman, Rhiannon Giddens w/ Francesco Turrisi, Waxahatchee, Béla Fleck – My Bluegrass Heart, Danielle Ponder, Ismay, Jay Som, Amythyst Kiah, Aoife O’Donovan, and Rainbow Girls.
The full lineup for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass will be available on September 13.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass has long paid tribute to its legacy acts and this year is no exception. Steve Earle will host a tribute to longstanding regulars like John Prine, Justin Townes Earle and Nancy Bechtle as well as David Olney, Jerry Jeff Walker & others who we have lost over the past few years. Look for him to lead a guitar pull with several guests on Sunday afternoon at the Banjo Stage.