Peloton’s annual All for One Music Festival returns August 19th through 21st with a little help from Alanis Morissette, Green Day, Wu-Tang Clan, and more.

All for One is a hybrid event in every sense of the word: More a workout convetion than a music festival, the event centers Peloton’s at-home workout technology — but boasts music from some pretty big artists to help you get through each class. Marking the official opening of Peloton Studios New York and Peloton Studios London, Peloton members can either attend Live Classes in person, or schedule workouts at home using the company’s Stacked Classes feature. In the virtual feature, each artist will be assigned a time slot and fans can toggle between different “stages,” thus simulating a real music festival. In all, the event offers 160 classes taught by 54 instructors across 15 disciplines and features music from 33 different artists. Additionally, all of the workout content will be available in English, Spanish, and German.

The complete All for One 2022 lineup includes music by Amber Mark, Becky G, Becky Hill, Big Sean, Bob Moses, Carrie Underwood, Chase & Status, Florence + The Machine, Flume, Ibeyi, John Mayer, KAYTRANADA, Latto, Lil’ Baby, Maggie Rogers, Maroon 5, Muse, Nicky Jam, ODESZA, Purple Disco Machine, Rascal Flatts, Rufus Du Sol, Saweetie, Sofi Tukker, Swedish House Mafia, T-Pain, The 1975, The Beach Boys, Thievery Corporation, and Tove Lo.

Peloton is no stranger to featuring popular artists on its platform. Earlier this year, the company added David Bowie to its library, including remixes of his music by St. Vincent,  TOKiMONSTA, and Honey Dijon. Of course, Peloton’s attempts at being hip haven’t always landed: After Mr. Big (Chris Noth) died of a heart attack while using his branded bike on the Sex and the City sequel series And Just Like That…, the company’s stock dropped 11%. And this is before Noth was accused of sexual assault.


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