Ubbi Dubbi Festival Reveals Full Lineup for 2022 Return to Texas Motorplex

Making history as the first US festival back in 2021, Ubbi Dubbi is returning to the Dallas, Texas area in April 2022.

The vibes at Ubbi Dubbi Festival last year were unmatched. After over a year of canceled events and strictly drive-in shows, Ubbi Dubbi was the EDM scene’s first big festival back in April 2021. It’s returning on the same weekend for 2022, and the full lineup was just revealed by Disco Donnie Presents.

Held at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas on April 23-24, Ubbi Dubbi has both daily parking and weekend camping options. The actual festival lasts all day on Saturday and Sunday. There’s also a camping preparty on Friday night headlined by Blunts & Blondes, as well as exclusive shows in the campgrounds throughout the weekend.

The Ubbi Dubbi headliners include Tiesto, Diplo, Zeds Dead, Excision, Camelphat, and Alison Wonderland.

Ubbi Dubbi is an EDM-focused festival that brings a diverse lineup with multiple genres. In addition to the massive headliners, there’s also plenty of house music DJs to choose from. Gorgon City, Kyle Watson, Sonny Fodera, Regard, Bleu Clair, Will Clarke, and Kyle Walker will all be making their way to Texas Motorplex.

On the dubstep side, headliners don’t get much bigger than Excision and Zeds Dead. Other bass music artists on the lineup include Jantsen, Mize, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Blanke, and Inzo. There’ll also be b2b sets from Minnesota & Buku and AU5 & Chime. Other genres are represented too, with artists like Dabin, William Black, Clozee, Trivecta, Vindata, Nurko, Memba, and Kumarion.

Apashe, Decadon, Dom Dolla, John Summit, and Peekaboo were all just added to the Ubbi Dubbi 2022 lineup.

In addition the newly announced artists, Ubbi Dubbi also revealed the artists appearing on the camping stage. Hosted by Odyzey and Gravitas Recordings, the camping stage will host Ahee, Mr. Bill, Black Carl, Psymbionic, and more.

Tickets to Ubbi Dubbi Festival and tent, car, and RV camping packages are on sale now.

With a solid lineup and a convenient location and date, I’ll be returning to my second Ubbi Dubbi festival in 2022. Last year was undoubtedly a memorable experience, and I can’t wait to see what this year brings.


Photo Credit: Oh Dag Yo

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