Regular 3-Day Passes and 1-Day Passes

Available Saturday, July 16 at 12:00 PM ET

Regular 3-Day Pass: $250 USD (plus taxes & fees)

  • Access to artist meet-and-greets each day (after Prog-Ducers)
  • Festival Poster, Wristband, and Program (with autograph pages!)
  • Festival T-Shirt in your chosen style and size

Single-Day Pass: $75/$100 USD (plus taxes & fees)

  • Friday: $75 USD, Saturday: $100 USD, Sunday: $100 USD
  • Access to artist meet-and-greets that day (after Prog-Ducers)

Streaming Options: Coming soon!

ProgStock 2022 Current Lineup & Schedule
subject to change (last updated: July 16, 2022)

Friday, October 7, 2022:
On The Main Stage (doors @ 4:30pm, set times TBD)

  • ProgJect
  • Melanie Mau & Martin Schnella
  • Total Mass Retain YES Tribute Band

Saturday, October 8, 2022:
On The Main Stage (doors @ 11:30am, set times TBD)

  • Stick Men (featuring Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, and Markus Reuter)
  • District 97
  • Reuter Motzer Grohowski
  • Beledo & His Friends, featuring Pete Levin, Lincoln Goines, and Kenny Grohowski
  • More acts to come!

Sunday, October 9, 2022:
On The Main Stage (doors @ 11:30am, set times TBD)

  • Pattern-Seeking Animals
  • Orpheus Nine
  • Adam Holzman & Brave New World
  • Rachel Flowers
  • More acts to come!

Special Appearances by…

  • Evership, featuring Shane Atkinson & Beau West
    • Meet and greet with Shane & Beau
    • Special pre-release album listening party (venue TBD) for their new album, The Uncrowned King – Act 2
    • The full band will join us at ProgStock 2023…but they have some additional surprises in the works for us in 2022. Stay tuned!
  • Dave Kerzner (with special guest Fernando Perdomo)
    • Meet and greet with Dave and Fernando
    • Special album listening party for Dave’s latest album, The Traveler
    • Dave’s band will join us at ProgStock 2023…but Dave and Fernando have some surprises in the works for us in 2022. Stay tuned!

ProgStock 2022 Ticket Options & On Sale Dates

5-Year Patron Passes

Available NOW and anytime before October 7, 2022

A ProgStock 5-Year Patron may select any available seat within our theater and reserve it for 5 years, starting with this year’s festival. Patrons receive a three-day pass to the festival and are also entitled to these amazing perks:

  • Earliest access to the lobby each day (30 minutes before all others)
  • First-in-line access to all artist meet-and-greets each day (before all others)
  • Highly-valuable merchandise packages (unique each year, with cool freebies from us and our artists)
  • An exclusive ProgStock 5-Year Patron badge (new and unique each year)
  • Great perks throughout the year when opportunities arise from our alums and friends.

You know you want to join the club!

Pre-show will be Thursday, October 6
We wanted to alert everyone already making travel arrangements that there will be a pre-show on Thursday, October 6.

We are hoping this show will be the grand re-opening of the Hamilton Stage Building. You will recall, the Hamilton Stage Building was flooded by Hurricane Ida last year. Tickets for the show will go on sale in the next couple of weeks, but for now, we want to put it on your radar, so you can plan travel accordingly.

The lineup for this show currently includes Mile Marker Zero We will have at least one more surprise for you, maybe more!
Stay tuned!

We know we just announced them in the last newsletter, however, Dauzat St. Marie will not be able to make it this year due to last-minute rescheduling of some previously canceled shows, but they are officially booked for our pre-show in 2023

The official merchandise from ProgStock 2021 is now available in the ProgStock Store.

You will find the t-shirts, posters, programs, shot glasses, and wristbands from ProgStock 2021 in there, alongside the same from previous years.

We even have a set of the glassware from all five years: the pint glass, stemless wine glass, glass beer mug, and both shot glasses (because you needed two shots), all for only $50 for the whole set.

PLUS ProgStock hats, water bottles, coffee mugs, stickers, car clings, jewelry, key rings, and guitar picks that don’t have a year on them at all.