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Camp Nowhere has announced its 2022 lineup that spans 2 cities in 2 days in Texas. Austin will host the 1st day on June 10th at the Germania Insurance Amphitheater. Dallas will host the 2nd day on June 11th at the Dos Equis Pavilion. The team over at Camp Nowhere definitely knows what they are doing with this fervent schedule of Moore Kismet, Nora En Pure, Lane 8, and Porter Robinson. Presale for Camp Nowhere 2022 goes live at 10 AM CT on February 9th, and registration for a code can be found here.

Previously, Camp Nowhere lineups have included electronic powerhouses such as Rezz, Louis the Child, Said the Sky, ZHU, Gryffin, Jai Wolf, and more! Check out the rest of this year’s lineup below for our hidden gems.

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Hidden Gems of 2022 Camp Nowhere Lineup

Starting from the top, Evan Giia hails from Brooklyn, New York as she makes her way down South to play grungy trap and house beats. You may remember her collaboration with music duo Memba, “Heat of The Moment,” back in 2016. One of her latest tracks that we have had on repeat is “In Motion” and its paired visualizer/music video on YouTube.

Fletcher is an American woman vocalist that you may recall from “Undrunk” in 2019 that reached no. 1 on Billboard. Her recent song with Hayley Kiyoko titled “Cherry” is a fun bop that makes you want to walk around the mall and even venture over to the food court for a milkshake with a, you guessed it, cherry on top.

Lane 8 has returned to the live show circuit, and his fan base is enamored. Between the QR code shows in Denver and now Camp Nowhere, Lane 8 is on a mission to share his new album Reviver. Check out our more in-depth review of the 2022 album here. If you are yet to catch a Lane 8 set, we recommend you find a way to get off work on June 10th or 11th.

Porter Robinson is an artist that needs no introduction. After a successful tour of his latest album Nurture, Robinson sets his sights on the bigger shows this year. Between Okeechobee and a 2-night run at Red Rocks, Nurture in nature is looking more like a reality every day.

The Bottom Half – Perhaps The Best? You Decide.

What could we say about Nora En Pure that has not already been said? Deep house visionary? Vibrant stage presence? The list could go on. Whether your favorite flavor of house music is tech, G, progressive, or deep; Nora En Pure is a guaranteed grand ol’ time.

LP Giobbi is the whole package. Pianist, producer, DJ, and teacher – a woman whose passions know no bounds. High energy and harmonic piano arrangements can be expected when you attend an LP Giobbi set. Recently, her “Femme House Tour” went on sale as she travels across the U.S. rattling speakers, while also featuring in-person workshops at each tour stop.

Rounding out the bottom is Moore Kismet, who has generated a lot of buzz surrounding their project lately. First, opening for Griz at his curated Space Camp event in December at Virginia’s famed venue The Coliseum. Second, Kismet was featured in DJ Mag 2021 and several other publications. Third, they co-directed the music video for their song “PARALLEL HEARTBREAK” with Pauline Herr. The world is really Moore Kismet’s, we are just living in it. Their latest release “HOLD UP” with GRL GANG queens WHIPPED CREAM, Big Freedia, & UNIIQU3 will be a hot track for the Camp Nowhere dance floor.

See You There at Camp Nowhere

As Camp Nowhere 2022 creeps closer to today, remember to stay safe when buying tickets. Furthermore, hydration is key and we want you all to keep dancing, so please stay aware of your body! Finally, Camp Nowhere always brings good vibes and great artists, so we hope to see you all there!

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