Take everything you think you know about music festivals and throw it out the tour bus window. Set on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, Hangout Fest is music’s most luxurious weekend. With pools that front the Hangout Main Stage and hammocks lining the beach, fans can catch their favorite musicians in unparalleled comfort and proximity. From May 17-19, the 2019 edition of the festival will feature an all-star cast of performers from various genres including Travis Scott, The Lumineers and Khalid.
The highly anticipated and specially-curated music lineup will also feature performances by Cardi B, Vampire Weekend, Kygo, Hozier, Diplo, The 1975, Walk The Moon, Bebe Rexha, Jimmy Eat World, Jungle, and Alison Wonderland.
The Hangout 2019 Lineup:
GANG OF YOUTHS GORGON CITY GRANDSON
HIPPIE SABOTAGE HOZIER
JIMMY EAT WORLD JONAS BLUE
JUDAH & THE LION JUNGLE
KING PRINCESS KYGO
LAUREN DAIGLE LOUD LUXURY LOVELYTHEBAND MADEINTYO
MOON BOOTS MORGXN
RAVYN LENAE SHAME
SIR SLY SLENDERBODIES SOFI TUKKER SPENCER LUDWIG SUPERORGANISM TAYLOR BENNETT THE 1975
THE BAND CAMINO THE HIM
THE INTERRUPTERS THE LUMINEERS
THE RED CLAY STRAYS TRAVIS SCOTT
WALK THE MOON
Tickets went on sale Tuesday, December 4th. Regular three-day GA tickets are $259 and all-inclusive three-day VIP tickets start at $1,099. The festival will again offer payment plans for GA and VIP purchases, allowing fans to pay for their tickets in four installments. You can find more information on tickets at hangoutmusicfest.com.
The Hangout Music Fest is known for sugar white beaches, starry nights and red-hot music. The award-winning festival takes place in Gulf Shores, Alabama — just a short drive from the Pensacola, FL and Mobile, AL airports. Hangout is as much a vacation as it is a concert event. Offering more than just music, fans can take advantage of festival amenities including seaside beach clubs featuring a cast of up and coming DJs, a full-size roller rink, beach volleyball, main stage in-ground pools, Gulf-front hammocks, delicious food and more. It was awarded as Pollstar’s “Music Festival of the Year” in 2011 and is continuously recognized as one of the best festivals in the US. The festival infuses over $40 million into the local economy each year.