Ravinia Festival Shares 2022 Lineup: Stevie Nicks, Sting, Common, Pitbull & More

BY TER STAFF

Sting
Sting performs at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL (Photo by Dan Garcia).

Highland Park’s Ravinia Festival, one of the most unique festivals in the country, has blessed music fans with their full 2022 lineup.

Headlining the Illinois festival this upcoming summer will be names like Stevie Nicks, Common, Sting, Pitbull, Why Don’t We, The Revivalists, John Fogerty, Little Big Town, Bonnie Raitt and many more. The festival kicks off at the end of May and will run until the middle of September.

Ravinia attracts hundreds of thousands of fans throughout the season and features seating in a 3,000+ seat pavilion as well as an expansive lawn area for fan picnics during performances, unlike nothing else that you’ll experience. You can visit the festival’s official website for tickets and more information.

Check out some highlights from Ravinia’s 2022 lineup below and check out their full schedule here.

RAVINIA FESTIVAL 2022 HIGHLIGHTS 

June 15 – Amos Lee w/ Neal Francis

June 16 – Rodrigo Y Gabriela

June 18 – Common w/ Black Violin

June 23 – Steve Miller Band

June 24 – Bela Fleck & Mu Bluegrass Heart

June 25 – Why Don’t We

June 26 – Tombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown

July 7 – Sheryl Crow

July 8 – John Fogerty

July 20 – Little Big Town

July 27 – Bonnie Raitt

August 6 – The Revivalists and Grace Potter

August 13 – Dispatch and O.A.R.

August 14 – Ziggy Marley

August 25 – Pitbull w/ Iggy Azalea

August 26 – Culture Club

August 27-28 – Sting

September 4 – Diana Ross

September 8 & 10 – Stevie Nicks

September 11 – Erykah Badu

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