Hozier, Reneé Rapp, Laufey Among Headliners for All Things Go Fest 2024

All Things Go Festival will return for another year of queer and a queer-beloved lineup.

On Tuesday, the Baltimore-based music fest announced that Laufey, Bleachers, and Janelle Monáe will headline the festival’s first day; and Hozier, Reneé Rapp, and Conan Gray will take the baton for Day Two this September. The fest will be held on Sept. 28 and 29 at the Merriweather Post Pavilion.

Laufey’s headlining set on Saturday will see the musician accompanied by the Kennedy Center Orchestra. The festival’s first day will include performances from Remi Wolf, Ethel Cain, Julien Baker (sans Boygenius, which headlined last year), Mannequin Pussy, Maisie Peters, and Rachel Chinouriri. Michael Kiwanuka, Briston Maroney, Allison Ponthier, and Grentperez are also scheduled for Day One.

Headlined on Sunday by Hozier, Rapp, and Gray, the festival will also feature major sets from Chappell Roan and Maren Morris. The Japanese House, Holly Humberstone, Del Water Gap, Soccer Mommy, Lola Young, Blondshell, and Towa Bird will also perform.

The festival prides itself in booking a majority-queer woman or non-binary lineup, and has earned nicknames such as “Lesbopalooza” and “Gaychella” for the artists featured on the lineup.


General admission tickets start at $199, while VIP entry — including reserved seating and a VIP deck — is $420. Closer pavillion seating is also available for $295 for the weekend. Single day tickets start at $119.

Last year’s festival was headlined by Lana Del Rey, Boygenius, and Maggie Rogers, and featured appearances from Muna, Carly Rae Jepsen, Mt. Joy, and Arlo Parks. Jack Antonoff even joined Del Rey onstage for renditions of “Margaret” and “Venice Bitch” as his wife Margaret Qualley watched from the crowd.