A new music festival debuts in 2022.
The inaugural Sound on Sound Festival will take place September 24-25 on the shores of the Long Island Sound at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This event was created by some of the same professionals responsible for the famous Governors Ball Music Festival.
Sound on Sound will see performances by over 22 artists, including Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, The Lumineers, Stevie Nicks, Brandi Carlile, The National, Father John Misty, Black Pumas, Ziggy Marley, Gary Clark Jr., The Head and the Heart, Caamp, Zach Bryan, Band of Horses, Jenny Lewis, Spin Doctors, Noah Kahan, Trampled by Turtles, Jade Bird, The Main Squeeze, Geese, Trousdale, The Cameroons, Drew Angus, etc.
“It was one of our goals to bring a world-class music festival to Connecticut; the place where I grew up and where co-founder Tom Russell and I spent our high school years together,” said Jordan Wolowitz of Founders Entertainment. “Sound On Sound is a 2 day event we put on for a community that we personally feel so close to. As a resident of Connecticut myself, I’m proud to present a festival that celebrates exceptional music, food and hand-selected local libations, and outdoor entertainment spent in beautiful Seaside Park.
Mayor Ganim of Bridgeport added, “We are thrilled to host the first annual Sound On Sound Music Festival at Seaside Park, making Bridgeport Connecticut’s ultimate entertainment destination. Seaside Park is a city treasure with two and a half miles of shoreline and designed by the famous Frederick Olmsted, also known for creating Central Park. We look forward to visitors having a great experience with a high quality event, a variety of music and food, and the pleasure of enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
“This amazing lineup is just one more thing that makes it clear that Connecticut is the place to be, not just to live and work. You can enjoy everything from great state parks to great music. incredible,” Governor Lamont said. “We’re investing in our cities, green spaces and transportation, and it’s paying off. Our state is a growing entertainment hub with more and more concerts being held, movies are being shot and families are on vacation.
Two-day general admission tickets will be available to the public on Friday, February 18 at 12 p.m. ET here.