Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert among 2022 Windy City Smokeout headliners

The four-day festival runs Aug. 4-7 at the United Center parking lot.

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Miranda Lambert is scheduled to headline the 2022 Windy City Smokeout.

Miranda Lambert is scheduled to headline the 2022 Windy City Smokeout.

AP

Headliners for the 2022 Windy City Smokeout country music/BBQ festival were announced Monday.

Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt and Willie Nelson and Family are set to headline the four-day festival Aug. 4-7 at the United Center parking lot. The full lineup of bands will be announced at a future date.

Four-day passes for the annual fest, hosted this year by Bub City and Joe’s Bar, are currently on sale. The tiered-passes are priced at (not including ticket fees):

  • $149 (4-day, general admission) includes access to daily happy hour, free entry for children 10 and under, and in-and-out privileges;
  • $899 (4-day VIP) includes an elevated/covered viewing area, welcome gift, air-conditioned restrooms, private cash bar;
  • $1,750 (new Super VIP pass) boasts deluxe climate-controlled upper-deck and private viewing areas, personal concierge services, a welcome gift, VIP parking/golf car service to and from festival grounds, complimentary top-shelf wine and beer, curated lunch/dinner service and more.

Layaway options are available for all ticket tiers. Single-day passes will go on sale at a future date.

For more info on the festival, visit www.windycitysmokeout.com.

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