SZA coming to Fuji Rock!
OMAR APOLLO, BETH GIBBONS, FRIKO and more added to festival line up!

With her album released in 2022 spending 10 weeks at number one on the charts, nominated for nine and receiving four Grammy Awards, and winning the Brit Awards’ Best International Artist in 2024, SZA is capturing the world’s attention and will be headlining the first day of Fuji Rock!

Also confirmed for Friday July 26th are:
Next generation pop star and nominee for Best New Artist at the 65th Grammy Awards, OMAR APOLLO.
Leader of UK Jazz scene, sax and flute player, CHIP WICKHAM.
Chicago’s FRIKO who’s debut album exploded onto the Indy rock scene.
Embodiment of a new era of Black Jazz, GHOST-NOTE, who blends the sounds of West Africa, Afro Cuban, Hip Hop, and a South American groove.
And British DJ, producer, and multiple hit maker, JAX JONES, who’s tracks have been streamed a whopping 9 billion times.

Added to the lineup for Saturday July 27th are:
Forerunner of the Bristol sound scene and vocalist of Portishead, BETH GIBBONS, who’s had a tremendous impact on the music industry since the nineties.
A meeting of east and west, mysterious and spiritual, the fantastically wonderful three-piece band from Melbourne, GLASS BEAMS.
And rapper NONAME who’s insightful lyrics, striking stage presence, and soulful sound has attracted fans across the globe.

The final day of the festival, Sunday July 28th will feature these artists:
Bringing a special homage to the most influential funk band in history to Naeba will be CELEBRATION OF THE METERS FEATURING GEORGE PORTER JR., IVAN NEVILLE, TONY HALL, IAN NEVILLE & DEVEN TRUSCLAIR made up of The Meters’ original bassist and members of Dumpstaphunk.
Musician, producer, comedian – the multitalented OLIVER TREE from California fully integrates art and entertainment in a blend of pop and alternative styles.