John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, Weezer more for Ocean City's Oceans Calling - here's the lineup

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Oceans Calling Festival is back and better than ever this year, with a star-studded lineup expected to hit the stage come fall.

The lineup, which was announced Tuesday afternoon, includes headliners John Mayer, The Lumineers, Jack Johnson and Alanis Morissette.

Johnson and Morissette will headline the first night, on Sept. 29, with big names such as Slightly Stoopid, Third Eye Blind and O.A.R following suit.

Along with headliner John Mayer on Sept. 30, festivalgoers will be able to jam out with Incubus, Noah Kahan, and Sheryl Crow.

To top it all off, The Lumineers will take the stage on Oct. 1 with more musical acts including Weezer, Fitz and the Tantrums, Dirty Heads, and the Wallflowers.

Ticket presale starts Thursday, March 16, at 10 a.m. ET, with three-day tickets and one-day tickets both available for purchase. Ticket options can be found here. Prices are subject to change, so festivalgoers should plan to purchase early to ensure the best price.

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John Mayer has been announced to play the Oceans Calling festival in Ocean City for 2023.
John Mayer has been announced to play the Oceans Calling festival in Ocean City for 2023.

Last year, the inaugural event was set to feature Alanis MorrisetteCyndi Lauperthe LumineersCage the Elephant, and Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds, with three stages that were to be filled by more than 30 performances.

With 40,000 ticket holders expected, the town had no other choice but to cancel its planned inaugural event, much to the dismay of excited festivalgoers, due to Hurricane Ian's impending bad weather.

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Following the cancelation, Mayor Rick Meehan and Town Council approved City Tourism and Business Development Director Tom Perlozzo’s request to reserve the weekend of Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, 2023, for the C3-produced festival.

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This article originally appeared on Salisbury Daily Times: Ocean City's Oceans Calling gets John Mayer, Weezer, more - the lineup