The baseball-inspired Innings Festival, a music, food and arts festival that made its debut in 2018, is back for another swing in Arizona.
Organizers said Tuesday the festival would return to Tempe Beach Park on March 2-3, 2019 -- dropping from three to two days.
Innings Festival will return to Arizona's Tempe Beach and Tempe Arts Park, March 2-3, 2019 with a celebration of music, baseball, food and fun! Lineup and Ticket info is coming soon, get on the #InningsFest E-List for updates: https://t.co/1y18tZ3i2Q ⚾🎸 pic.twitter.com/AtmQEPWViu
— Innings Fest (@InningsFest) August 28, 2018
The lineup has not been announced, but was "coming soon," the festival said in its announcement. Ticket information has also not been revealed.
Queens of the Stone Age, The Avett Brothers, and Chris Stapleton headlined the inaugural festival. There was also baseball-themed activities like batting practice, pitching, and a mini baseball diamond.
It is produced by C3 Presents, the producers of "Lollapalooza" in Chicago and "Austin City Limits" in Austin, Texas.
Earlier this year, Superfly, another major festival producer, pulled the plug on the Lost Lake Festival, which was slated to return to Phoenix for a second year.