It’s a good year to be a music lover in the midwestern United States.
With an already overwhelming line of must see festivals slated for the summer of 2022, you can safely add another to your long list. From August 26th-28th, Sacred Rose will arrive at Bridgeview’s SeatGeek Stadium for a monster weekend of music. The festival will feature some of the biggest names in music, including Khruangbin, The War On Drugs, Black Pumas, Umphrey’s McGee, Kamasi Washington, and Circles Around The Sun. Aside from hosting some of the most legendary jam bands in history, the three day festival will also feature the likes of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Lettuce, Dawes, and more.
After many fans were left disappointed by the sudden cancellations of several festivals over the past few years, organizers have been working extra hard, making honest efforts to ensure that goers maintain the same level of excitement for upcoming events. To make matters even better, Sacred Rose will also be featuring none other than legendary Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, who, after taking an extended leave of absence, will return to the big stage with some of his closest friends.
If you love music, this is a weekend that you simply cannot miss. Sacred Rose will provide an eclectic list of headlining acts, giving goers an excellent taste of sounds from every genre. Do not hesitate to purchase tickets, as weekend passes for the event will most certainly sell out.
Tickets and additional info can be found at Sacred Rose’s official website.