Blink and you’ll miss it! Peloton Tweeted – and then deleted – the 2022 All For One Music Festival line-up.
Update – Peloton officially released the full schedule, lineup & details Thursday. See details here.
Their tweet said: “Here it is—your All For One ‘22 lineup. Nothing but headliners for you to stack and move to. It all starts on August 19 with classes live and on demand.”
The tweet was accompanied by the image below:
Peloton appears to have mistakenly released the news early, and will likely re-post tomorrow or in the coming days.
The list includes a total of 33 artists, eight more than Peloton showcased last year. The complete list of artists is below:
List of artists in Peloton’s 2022 All For One Music Fest Classes
- Alanis Morissette
- Amber Mark
- Becky G
- Becky Hill
- Big Sean
- Bob Moses
- Carrie Underwood
- Chase & Status
- Florence + The Machine
- Green Day
- John Mayer
- Lil Baby
- Maggie Rogers
- Maroon 5
- Nicky Jam
- Purple Disco Machine
- Rascal Flatts
- Rüfüs Du Sol
- Sofi Tukker
- Swedish House Mafia
- The 1975
- The Beach Boys
- Thievery Corporation
- Tove Lo
- Wu-Tang Clan
Peloton has not yet shared any information beyond the list of artists. They will likely promote additional details in the coming days regarding instructors, modalities, and the live schedule.
We previously reported that three of these artists would be featured, including John Mayer, Florence and the Machine, and Purple Disco Machine. Robin Arzon also teased Wu-Tang Clan earlier this summer.
As a reminder, the 2022 All For One Music Festival will start on August 19 as a part of Peloton’s grand reopening weekend. Members will be in-studio for the live classes, and we also expect an assortment of pre-recorded on demand drops (note that the studios are closed August 15-18, and we anticipate that could be at least partially related to AFO, though we can’t say for sure).
Last year’s All for One Music Festival featured the music of 25 artists with classes taught by 40 instructors. The festival took place over three days and there were both live classes and a bunch of pre-recorded on demand drops that encored throughout the festival. The live classes were considered the “main stage” and would have classes across modalities happening at the same exact time. Members earned a special badge for taking any All for One class, and a badge will likely be up for grabs this year as well. You can access the 2021 All for One classes in the special Peloton collection dedicated to the festival.
A few hours later, Peloton then tweeted & almost immediately deleted this image as well – but not before someone grabbed a screenshot!
Which artists are you most excited about?
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Alanis and Green Day for sure!