Hangout Music Festival 2018

The beachy Alabama fest boasts their biggest and best lineup yet

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Last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 06:50 am

Hangout Music Festival returns to Gulf Shores, Alabama for its eighth consecutive year. The lineup is better than ever featuring the biggest names across all genres, headlined by Kendrick Lamar, The Chainsmokers, and The Killers, along with heavy-hitters Halsey, Logic, Odesza, Zedd, SZA, Foster the People, and many, many more.

Puppy Kissing Booth at Hangout Festival 2017

The Festival combines live music with the vibes of a dreamy vacation. If for some reason you find yourself with spare time in between sets you and your crew can head to one of the multiple beaches, post up in a hammock, play some beach volleyball, hit up the puppy kissing booth, or grab some quality food and drinks from their many restaurants and food stands. Check out all the fun hangout has to offer here.

Twenty One Pilots at Hangout Festival 2017. Photo by Sara Fish

General admission tickets are a guaranteed blast, but if you’re feeling fancy they provide a variety of VIP experiences that will grant you a separate entrance, unobstructed viewing areas, side-stage pools, and complimentary food and beverage. Their VIP and Super VIP tiers are sold out but the Big Kahuna and Cabanas are still available if you’re looking for a truly luxurious experience.

Mutemath at Hangout Festival 2017. Photo by Sara Fish

Hangout has a separately ticketed kickoff event on Thursday, May 17 with Phantogram, T-Pain, K.Flay, and The Knocks making appearances. The extra day of music is included with all VIP tickets or can be purchased for $55 here.

Check out the full lineup and if you can’t make it this year, make sure Hangout is on your radar in the future!

Written by Sara Fish

Minneapolis photographer and music lover. | @sarajsfish


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