Pheonix’s M3F Fest is back with the 2022 lineup, and the vibes will be brought. M3F takes place March 4 and 5 at the east side of Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Pheonix, AZ.
M3F is truly a feel-good fest, with all of its proceeds going to charity. The fest has donated $3.2M to charity since 2004. What started as a small fest with only 2,000 capacity has now grown to 25,000. But, even with all that growth, M3F’s values are still community, culture, and charity.
A few of the charities M3F has supported are the Music Therapy Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the Northern Arizona Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Teach for America.
M3F also features yoga classes, drum circles, drinks, food trucks, and a kids zone.
Headlining 2022 M3F will be Zhu, Leon Bridges, and Kaytranada. Other support includes Jungle, Parcels, Spafford, A R I Z O N A, Bryce Vine, Two Feet, Whethan, Elderbrook, and more to be announced.
Single-day and weekend passes are on sale now and include free use of the Valley Metro Light Rail System. Two-day general admission is $100 and single-day tickets are $65. There is no parking at the park, so ride shares, the light rail or your own two feet are the only way to get there.
Health and safety: M3F states on their site that vaccines are recommended but not required for entry. For more information, visit the festivals page here.
This is an all-ages event.