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Hinterland Music Festival is Iowa’s premier music festival. This massive four-day event just outside of Des Moines features some incredible musical acts and is perfect for young families, seasoned concertgoers, and everything in between.
The Hinterland Music Festival is set to return in August 4-7, 2022, with a lineup of genre-spanning acts touted to take center stage at the Avenue of the Saints Amphitheater in St. Charles, Iowa.
Hinterland Lineup 2022
Among the performing acts will be the grammy nominated singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers, Nathaniel Rateliff alongside his backing band The Night Sweats, British indie rock band Glass Animals, bluegrass musician Billy Strings, indie singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus, Kurt Vile along with backing band The Violators and many others.
Hinterland Festival 2022 Tickets
The four-day General Admission pass is set to be priced at $250, while the VIP pass will need fans to shell out $550 for all four days. An all-inclusive ‘Saints’ pass, which would also provide camping privileges, is priced at $1500.
- single-day GA: $99
- 4-day GA: $250
- 4-day VIP: $550
- 4-day SAINTS: $1500
Tent Camping and Campsites
- Innerland and Outerland Tent Camping: from $60
- Car Camping: $200
- RV Camping: from $550
Camping at Hinterland 2022
To camp at Hinterland is to experience an earthy side of the festival. Immerse yourself in the weekend of music by sleeping in the Iowa countryside in an ephemeral community of other Hinterland campers.
If you choose to camp, you can set up your site, spend all day in the sun, have a little home base right next door to all the action, watch the moon rise over the horizon, and get to walk “home” after the headliner. Then wake up and do it all again, maybe meeting some other campers at one of our food locations or at the after-hours Campfire Stage, if you’re all about that late night party.
Will alcohol be sold?
Yes. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be sold to those with a valid ID.
Is the venue ADA accessible?
The venue is accessible and there will be special viewing areas at the main stages for those with mobility limitations.