Innings Festival Florida unveils 2022 lineup

Stacked with heavy-hitters across the board, Innings Festival Florida recently announced its 2022 lineup that will take place March 19-20 in Tampa.

The two-day festival features a slew of legends, including former players on the baseball diamond and some current stage icons. Major League Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith headlines the list of former MLB players on hand, while Rock Hall of Famers Green Day will close out the first day of the festival. 

Day one will feature some additional power hitters in the lineup at the Raymond James Stadium Grounds. Incubus, 311, Jimmy Eat World, Highly Suspect, Wolf Alice, David Duchovny, The Beaches, and We Are Scientists are all slated to perform during the festival’s first day. 

Folk rockers The Lumineers will headline a more eclectic second day of the festival. The rest of the day two lineup will feature Khruangbin, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Goo Goo Dolls, O.A.R., Skip Marley, Neon Trees, and Liz Cooper. There will also be an All-Star Baseball Jam that is led by former MLB pitcher Jake Peavy. 

Several more former MLB players will be on hand as former pitcher Ryan Dempsey will bring his talk show, “Off The Mound,” to Tampa. Former Major Leaguers slated to be at the two-day festival include Gary Sheffield, John Kruk, Andruw Jones,  Lou Pinella, A.J. Pierzynski, Ray Lankford, Tino Martinez, Brain Jordan, Nick Swisher, David Eckstein, Dante Bichette, Rick Ankiel, Bucky Dent, and Bronson Arroyo. 

Presale tickets for this year’s Inning Festival Florida will be available Thursday and officially on sale this Friday. Those wanting to purchase tickets can do so here. For additional information, visit Inning Festival Flordia’s homepage

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