The organisers of Owlchella 2022 – no, not Coachella – revealed Jack Harlow as the festival lineup’s headline act yesterday, along with some important information about when and where to buy tickets, and where the event will take place. Here’s what you need to know.
Jack Harlow confirmed as Owlchella headline act
The “moment you’ve all been waiting for” arrived yesterday.
Owlchella’s organisers thanked the student body of Temple University for their patience, and revealed that Jack Harlow will be headlining Owlchella 2022 on 21 April.
The event will take place at The Liacouras Centre, on the Temple University campus. Doors will open at 6pm, with the show’s start time billed for an hour later.
It is not yet clear who will be supporting Harlow on the Owlchella 2022 lineup, so keep an eye out for any future announcements by following the main campus program board on Instagram here.
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How much are tickets to Owlchella 2022?
Tickets went on sale today for Owlchella’s 2022 edition. They cost $25 each for Temple students, or $35 each for guests. Booking fees also apply.
Those with a valid Temple University ID (TUID) number will be able to buy a maximum of three tickets: one student-price ticket plus two guest tickets.
However, note that you have to buy them all together – you can’t buy your own ticket today and then buy tickets for your non-TU friends tomorrow.
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Simply click through to The Liacouras Centre’s Owlchella 2022 ticketing portal here, and enter the following: “OWLCHELLA:your-student-ID”.
Get to know previous Owlchella lineups
At Owlchella Spring 2017, Flo Rida joined DNCE and Matthew Schuler. Tickets were $5 cheaper than they are in 2022.
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Two years later, Tory Lane, Rich The Kid and Jacquees played. That year’s event took place on Friday, 26 April 2019.
In 2020, Owlchella did not go ahead – nor, it seems, in 2021. That means Temple University students have been waiting patiently for as much as three years to attend the festival.