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26 music festivals coming to Southern California and beyond in 2023 – Orange County Register

In 2022, we attended some of the biggest and best festivals out there like the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, it’s country counterpart Stagecoach, the multi-genre Latin fest Bèsame Mucho, the indie rock Just Like Heaven Festival, the DIY fest Viva! Pomona and 88 Risings’ Head In The Clouds.

Next year, we expect to hit even more.

Much like the lineup of festivals this year, there are a lot of returning favorites in 2023, but a few new ones, too. Whether you consider yourself a metal head, raver, reggae fantastic, rocker or even a jazz connoisseur, there’s a festival for it happening in Southern California and beyond in the new year.

Here’s how the festival season is shaping up so far. A few on the list have only announced dates, locations and put a limited amount of tickets on sale, so keep checking those official websites for the most updated information. Ticket price ranges vary, and some tiered admission passes may no longer be available.

JANUARY

AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!

While the teams set to play the College Football Playoff National Championship at SoFi Stadium on Jan. 9 is still a mystery, we do know who will be kicking off that weekend with free shows starting on Jan. 7. The two-day free concert series will have performances by the Jonas Brothers, Em Beihold, Pitbull, Gayle, and Saweetie. And if you can’t make it out to the shows, AT&T will provide livestream access that will allow fans to choose their own vintage points for the performances. The concert series will also be streamed on the ESPN app.

When: Jan. 7-8

Where: Banc of California, 3939 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

Tickets and more info: Tickets are officially sold out, but check back for additional tickets to be released. Ticketmaster.com.

ALTer Ego Festival

Los Angeles-based alternative rock station ALT-FM 98.7 announced the return of its sixth annual iHeartRadio ALTer Ego, hosted by the station’s “The Woody Show” morning crew, which includes performances by some of the biggest names in alternative music and some artists that have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The lineup features Los Angeles natives Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, Fall Out Boy, Jack White, Phoenix, Chvrches, Beach Weather and Rosa Linn.

When: Jan. 14

Where: Kia Forum, 3900 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood

Tickets and more info: $93-$420 at Ticketmaster.com.

Calibash

The Southern California Latin radio fest hosted by Mega (96.3 FM) and LaMusica will make its annual two-day return with performances by Ivy Queen, Karol G, Becky G, Jhayco, Nío García, Zion & Lennox, Blessd, Sech and Feid.

When: Jan. 21-Jan 22

Where: Crypto.com Arena, 1111 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

Tickets and more info: One-day admission passes start at $41-$827; Two-day admission passes start at $228-$1,024. AXS.com.

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FEBRUARY

Cali Vibes

The three-day reggae, rock and hip-hop music festival will include special performances by Snoop Dogg and Jack Johnson, as well as headlining sets from Rebelution, Dirty Heads, Slightly Stooped and support from acts like 311, Tash Sultana, Stephen Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Cypress Hill, Method Man & Redman, Common Kings, Stick Figure, Collie Buddz, Iya Terra, Ozomatli featuring Charli 2na & Cut Chemist and dozens more.

When: Feb. 17-19

Where: Marina Green Park, 386 E. Shoreline Drive, Long Beach

Tickets and more info: Three-day admission passes start at $299; VIP passes start at $495. There’s a deluxe Beach Club three-day pass for $1,049; Single-day passes start at $140 and $195 for VIP at calivibesfest.com.

Basscon Wasteland

Basscon Wasteland will celebrate 10 years of hard-hitting, immersive dance events with house DJs such as DJ The Prophet, TNT, Audiofreq, Da Tweekaz, Junkie Kid, Code Black, Coone and more.

When: Feb. 24-25

Where: NOS Event Center, 689 S. E Street, San Bernardino

Tickets and more info: General two-day admission starts at $130; VIP two-day admission starts at $160; Deposit options start at $10. Wasteland.com.

Skyline Festival

Insomniac Events techno and house fest will move to its new home in Exposition Park in 2023. The new festival grounds will provide additional art installations, larger stages, a newly-implemented VIP ticket option and immersive on-site activities. The lineup is stacked and features performances by Anotr, Ben Hemsley, Charlotte De Witte, Diplo, Dom Dolla, Layla Benitez, Lucati, Meduza, Peggy Gou, Rechulski and many more.

When: Feb. 25-26

Where: Exposition Park, 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles

Tickets and more info: Two-day general admission starts at $149.95; Two-day VIP admission starts at $239.95; Deposit options start at $10. Skylinefest.com.


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