The Sad Summer Fest is returning to Orlando’s Central Florida Fairgrounds on Friday, July 15, 2022, at 2:30 p.m. This year’s official lineup is filled with up-and-coming artists that you won’t want to miss.
Sad Summer Fest 2022 Orlando Acts
This Houston-based rock band is one of the festival’s headliners, and for good reason. Fans of the Netflix show Heartstopper will recognize Waterparks’ pop-punk sound as their song “Telephone” was on the soundtrack.
If you’re a fan of Blink-182 or Green Day, then you’ll love Welsh band Neck Deep. The pop-punk band will perform hits off albums like The Peace and the Panic and All Distortions Are Intentional.
Hailing from Tallahassee, Florida, emo-pop band Mayday Parade released two popular singles in 2021: “Kids Of Summer” and “Bad At Love.”
This Albany, New York rock band just dropped their fourth studio album, Kings of the New Age. Sad Summer Fest 2022 will be one of the first opportunities to hear their new songs performed live.
Hot Mulligan is best described as a post-emo band. Fans of last year’s festival headliners All Time Low and The Story So Far are sure to enjoy the sounds of this Michigan-based act.
Against The Current
Formed in 2011, this New York pop-rock band’s popularity skyrocketed as they released amazing covers and original singles like “Gravity” and “Infinity” on YouTube. Now, two studio albums later, they’re on the road promoting their new Fever
The Summer Set
This rock band from Arizona went on hiatus in 2017 after releasing four studio albums. They got back together in 2021 and have been putting on incredible shows ever since. Don’t miss The Summer Set’s set this summer at the Sad Summer Fest. (Say that five times fast.)
If you mix emo rock, pop punk, and hip-hop, you get Magnolia Park. This Orlando, Florida band has done the area proud with their incredibly unique sound. That sound is on full display in their new single “Tokyo.”
Just one of two international acts at the festival, LØLØ is a rising star from Canada. After gaining popularity through TikTok, People magazine recognized LØLØ as an emerging talent. After you see her performance, she just may become one of your favorite singers, too.
After the Show, Enjoy a Luxurious Stay in Orlando, Florida
Tickets to Sad Summer Fest start at $45. When planning your visit to Orlando for the show, book a room at Rosen Inn International, a Rosen Hotel & Resort. We offer affordable and comfortable accommodations close to all the action in Orlando.