Though only 16 artists are playing at this Maryland festival, the headliners are positively stunning choices. All five of the central group would be worth the price individually, so all together, this is not a show to miss. With only one day of music, it’s the perfect festival for those who want a smaller scale than usual while still getting a massive bang for their buck. Here are the five main groups to see at All Things Go this year!
The #1 performer at this festival is the New Zealand mastermind behind “Royals” and “Green Light,” the recipient of numerous awards, and songwriter of three albums, all by the age of 25.
Mitski’s career took more time to latch on to the world’s notice, but the hit songs “Washing Machine Heart” and “Nobody” from her 2018 album Be The Cowboy cemented her indie popstar status.
Bleachers is the band led by Grammy-winning producer Jack Antonoff, whose name you might recognize from the albums of Taylor Swift, Lorde, St. Vincent, Lana Del Rey, and Carley Rae Jepsen, among many others.
This indie-pop/rock songsmith with an alluring voice and heartfelt songs hit a commercial peak with 2018’s Historian, but she also notably joined forces with similarly-minded modern greats Julien Baker and Phoebe Bridgers for a supergroup called Boygenius.
King Princess, the defining newest artist of the genre that groups all these artists together, crafts evocative productions elevated by hooky vocals.
The All Things Go Festival takes place on October 1st, 2022, at Columbia, Maryland’s famous Merriweather Post Pavilion. It’s surprisingly cheap if you’re in the area, but tickets are going fast. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to see the top artists of left-field pop!