Sol Fest Unveils Complete 2024 Lineup

Sol Fest‘s 2024 lineup is now complete. Today, the burgeoning Southern festival has revealed its phase two lineup additions, bringing this year’s roster to more than 50 total acts.

Running from May 2-5, 2024, Sol Fest will debut in a new location for a third straight year, moving to Ponce De Leon, Florida, after holding its first two editions in Campbellton, Florida and New Brockton, Alabama, respectively. 

Waterpark activities will remain a key component of the event at its new venue, Vortex Spring, an over 500-acre recreational camping and dive park.

In December, Sol Fest revealed its phase one lineup, packed with A-list bass talent like Rezz, LSDREAM, G Jones, Of The Trees, Netsky and two sets from CloZee, in addition to a minority crop of skilled house artists like Bob Moses, Elderbook, and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

Today’s phase two lineup includes even more dubstep and bass heavyweights like Jantsen, NGHTMRE and PEEKABOO–performing with Grammy-winning UK grime MC Flowdan, who will also be on hand for Barclay Crenshaw‘s set. 

U.S. festival-favorite acts Big Gigantic and Papadosio have also joined the Sol Fest roster, alongside rising freeform bass star ALLEYCVT, who will go back-to-back with a TBA special guest during the Wubaholics Wednesday pre-party.

Elsewhere on the festival’s 2024 lineup is trip-hop mainstay Daily Bread, G-house favorite Dr. Fresch and high-energy collaborative sets like Dirt Monkey B2B Smoakland, IMANU B2B Machinedrum and Netsky B2B Luude, who appear to have replaced Chase & Status for the Sunday waterpark party.

Check out the complete 2024 Sol Fest lineup below.

Among other features and activities like live art installations, wellness sessions and swimming, the festival will once again commemorate the life of Quentin “Sol” Rupp, an avid festivalgoer who died in a tragic car accident at the age of 26, with a unique sun lantern effigy burn on Sunday night.

Tickets and camping passes for Sol Fest 2024 are now available here.

Featured image from Sol Fest.




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