After two years off due to the pandemic, Pickathon is back on August 4-7 at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, OR (just outside of Portland). The lineup was announced today, and includes Built to Spill (who just announced a new album), Sons of Kemet, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Valerie June, Faye Webster, Nubya Garcia, Sampa The Great, Nate Smith + KINFOLK, Armand Hammer, L’Rain, Cassandra Jenkins, TV Priest, Guerrilla Toss, billy woods, Sweeping Promises, Garcia Peoples, Lomelda, and lots more. Check out the full lineup below.

Festival organizers say their two years off gave them time to reimagine the festival just a bit:

Always a pioneer in environmental sustainability, Pickathon will use the topography and natural setting of the site to design and build a series of neighborhoods that nestle deeper into the grounds of Pendarvis Farm. When the sun is high in the sky, festival goers will discover new forested music stages set under the natural shade of the evergreen trees of the Pacific Northwest. As the sun sets, they’ll move to meadows with sweeping vistas of Mt Hood to enjoy open air programming on stages that come alive at night. Favorite stages like the Woods will return, but other stages will be new or updated giving a fresh perspective on the beloved festival grounds.

Tickets for Pickathon 2022 are on sale now.

Valerie June
Goth Babe
Sons of Kemet
Faye Webster
Built to Spill
Nate Smith + KINFOLK
Hurray for the Riff Raff
Sampa The Great
Nubya Garcia
Chapo Trap House
Armand Hammer
Cedric Burnside
Mike and the Moonpies
Inner Wave
Pearl Charles
Cassandra Jenkins
Yasmin Williams
TV Priest
Thee Sacred Souls
Emma-Jean Thackray
Guerilla Toss
S.G. Goodman
Frankie and the Witch Fingers
Margo Cilker
billy woods
Hannah Cohen
Jake Xerxes Fussell
The Archive Project
Zephaniah OHora
Sweeping Promises
Frank Fairfield & Meredith Axelrod
Riley Downing
Garcia Peoples
Michael Rault
Gabe Lee
Bella White
Vivian Leva & Riley Calcagno
David Nance
Operator Music Band
Rachel Baiman
Off Book
Tobacco City
Kassi Valazza
The Onlies