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Vida adds The Avalanches, Toro y Moi, Cat Power and more to 2022 line-up

Next summer’s music festival in Vilanova i la Geltrú will also feature Belle & Sebastian, Alt-J, Parcels and others


02 December 2021 11:56 AM


ACN | Barcelona

Vida 2022 has added new acts to play at next summer’s festival in Vilanova i la Geltrú this Thursday. 

New to the line-up are headliners The Avalanches, Cat Power, Toro y Moi, Balthazar, and Guitarricadelafuente, who will soon release his first album, 'La Cantera'. 

Also new to the 2022 line-up are Soccer Mommy, Baiuca: Live Band, Paco Moreno, Crudo Pimiento, Rocío Saiz, Sports Team, Son Rompe Pera and Tito Ramírez. 

These names will be added to a star-studded list of artists already confirmed to play next summer including Alt-J, Belle & Sebastian, Parcels, Alizzz, Destroyer, Black Pumas, and Rodrigo Cuevas.

The festival will take place from June 30 to July 2 and will once again feature forty concerts by groups from all over the world, including the United States, Australia, Mexico, Belgium, France, England, and Spain.

Artists from the Catalan-speaking areas make up almost half of the line-up, of which one-third sing in Catalan. 

The artists Mishima, Intana, Da Souza, Ludwig Band, BOYE, B1n0, Brother Air, Marialluïsa, Biscuit, Henrio, Socunbohemio, The Bird Yellow, Cabiria, Iris Deco, Wild Heart and Alanaire join the line-up that already featured Anna Andreu, Carlota Flâneur, and Ariana Abecasis.

The festival has released the schedule dividing up the different days and has announced that day tickets will go on sale on Thursday, December 9. 

The last full festival tickets can already be purchased online.

Still to come from Vida 2022 is the announcement of the program of Vida Club and the last artists who will finish off the line-up. There are still fifteen names and fifty DJs from Vida Club awaiting confirmation.


  • A scene from the 2021 Vida festival (by Violeta Gumà)

  • A scene from the 2021 Vida festival (by Violeta Gumà)