Who Will Perform at the 2022 Caveman Music Festival? 

Tickets for the Caveman Music Festivals in Colorado will begin at $470, including a shuttle pass to the venue. The festival offers camping and hotel accommodations. The festival is located 45 miles south of Buena Vista. In addition to Caveman, Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Music Festival will return for its third year. 

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The Caveman Music Festival will debut in 2022, and is expected to draw at least 10,000 music fans. This three-day event will feature Americana music. Americana music is an amalgamation of traditional styles from across the United States. These styles include folk, gospel, blues, and rock and roll. Some artists at the festival will also perform bluegrass music. 

The music festival will feature a number of bands and artists. Among them are Phish and Nine Inch Nails. Phish will take the stage on Labor Day weekend, and Nine Inch Nails will headline Red Rocks. Both bands will be performing family-friendly versions of popular songs. 

Nine Inch Nails 

Nine Inch Nails is set to headline the 2022 Caveman Music Festival. The band is a renowned alternative rock act that first came to prominence in the 90’s. The group’s music is characterized by social context and unconventional sound. Alternative rock gained mainstream appeal when the band Nirvana brought alternative rock into the mainstream. It has since become a popular genre, with concert ticket sales surpassing those of many pop-rock artists. 

The Caveman Music Festival will take place in Monument Lake Resort, Colorado, over Labor Day weekend. It will feature over 15 National and local acts. Founders Brett McGraw, Red Shahan, and Parker Morrow are committed to promoting the music of talented Americana artists. 

Tickets for a Caveman concert can range in price, depending on the venue and the location. Standard general admission tickets can be as expensive as $100, while VIP and floor seats at larger venues can go up to $275. For those who are on a budget, the most affordable tickets are usually on the lower levels of the arena. 

After a hiatus from live performances, the band had big plans for their live return. The band had announced several big Cleveland shows with the Pixies and headlined several festivals, including Welcome To Rockville and Louder Than Life. But when the COVID-19 Pandemic hit, Trent Reznor had to cancel all of those shows.