Miami‘s own III Points Festival has announced its 2022 dates, and along with that, added features including two more stages. The two-day festival will take place October 21 and 22, organizers shared on social media on Friday.
“The future is here,” III Points stated. “We are so grateful for our city and our fans from all over the world.”
For its tenth edition this fall, III Points is adding two additional late-night dance music stages. The purpose is “to keep the party going throughout the entire footprint of our grounds,” the organizers wrote. “This will help the flow of the festival so that no stage will be overpacked,” they explained.
Organizers are also adding an essential: free water stations throughout the festival grounds. Water bottles will still be available for purchase at the bars for $5.
“We shared amazing moments together in the last nine years,” III Points wrote.
“As we reflect on these memories, we commit to making each year better than the last… we are listening to you.”
Indeed, it seems III Points is heeding fans’ requests over the past near-decade.
III Points was the first major festival to be held in Miami after the pandemic. It caters to the local scene with an eclectic lineup. Attendees can expect underground dance music acts as well as other genres. This year’s lineup has yet to be released. Headliners last year included Black Coffee, Eric Prydz, Rüfüs Du Sol and ZHU.
Prophet Passes for III Points will go on sale on Tuesday, March 22, at 1:11 p.m. ET on its website here.