UK festival line-ups 2022: The best tickets to buy now, from Parklife to Victorious

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UK festival line-ups 2022: The best tickets to buy now, from Parklife to Victorious
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There were times when it didn’t look like it would happen, but the UK’s festival summer finally arrived in 2021 — and what a blast it was.

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Now, festival-goers’ eyes are fixed firmly on the upcoming summer, which, all being well, should see a return to a full calendar of music.

Here, we’ve rounded up the major UK festivals to have confirmed their dates for this year, split into those with line-ups already announced, and those who are still yet to unveil the acts.

Confirmed line-ups

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Europe’s biggest celebration of country music returns to the O2 with some of the biggest names in the genre from both sides of the Atlantic, spread across three venues in the UK and Ireland.

When? March 11-13, 2022

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Where? The O2, London / 3Arena, Dublin / The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Who’s on the line-up? Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Brett Young and more.

Tickets: from £45, c2c-countrytocountry.com

The Great Escape

The place to go to catch a glimpse of the most exciting up-and-comers, spread across various venues on the south coast.

Where? Brighton, East Sussex,

When? May 11-14, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Enny, KAM-BU, Mysie, Priya Ragu, Wu-Lu and more.

Tickets: from £70, greatescapefestival.com

Bearded Theory’s Spring Gathering

A family-orientated festival, but with a multi-genre line-up certain to keep the adults enthralled.

Where? Catton Hall, Derbyshire

When? May 26-29, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Placebo, The Flaming Lips, Patti Smith, Peter Hook and the Light, Amy Macdonald and more.

Tickets: from £144, beardedtheory.co.uk

Wide Awake

A new festival that made its debut on the London festival scene in 2021, this festival returns with an expanded two-day line-up blend of cutting-edge sounds from leftfield indie to jazz.

When? May 27-28, 2022

Where? Brockwell Park, London

Who’s playing? Bicep, Primal Scream, Caribou, Floating Points, Working Men’s Club and more.

Tickets: from £37, wideawakelondon.co.uk

City Splash

Dedicated to reggae, afrobeats and dancehall, this Brixton festival will be spread across six stages.

When? May 29, 2022

Where? Brockwell Park, London

Who’s playing? Mr Eazi, Barrington Levy, Protoje, Kranium, Stonebwoy and more.

Tickets: from £25, city-splash.com

BST Hyde Park

Always a nailed-on for the big names, this concert series runs more like a series of mini day festivals, with a headline act and a whole host of support acts.

Where? Hyde Park, London

When? Various dates, June and July 2022

Who’s playing? Adele, Elton John, Pearl Jam, Pixies, Duran Duran, Nile Rodgers & Chic, and more.

Tickets: Various prices, bst-hydepark.com

Gala

It’s always nothing but good vibes at this south London festival, with a broad spectrum of dance music and sprinkling of live acts keeping the party going.

Where? Peckham Rye Park, London

When? June 2-4, 2022

Who’s playing? Jeremy Underground, Shanti Celeste, Move D, Bradley Zero, Horse Meat Disco and more.

Tickets: from £40, thisisgala.co.uk

Creamfields South

A new, 50,000-capacity sister event to the big-hitting dance music festival that will take place up north later in the summer, this one has an unsurprisingly starry line-up.

Where? Hylands Park, Chelmsford

When? June 2-4, 2022

Who’s playing? David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Amelie Lens and more.

Tickets: from £220, creamfieldschelmsford.com

Junction 2

London’s best festival dedicated to techno and house returns to an as yet unnamed location somewhere in the capital.

Where? London, exact location TBC

When? June 3-4, 2022

Who’s playing? Four Tet, Honey Dijon, Jon Hopkins, Amelie Lens, Nina Kraviz and more.

Tickets: from £45, junction2.london/festival

Mighty Hoopla

The LGBTQ-friendly festival always has one of the best vibes in London with a line-up that never takes itself too seriously.

When? June 3-4, 2022

Where? Brockwell Park, London

Who’s playing? Sugababes, Steps, Anastacia, Jessie Ware, Cascada and more.

Tickets: from £59.50, mightyhoopla.com

Cross The Tracks

Taking us on a journey through jazz, soul, funk and beyond, the line-up here usually consists of legacy favourites and newer acts.

When? June 5, 2022

Where? Brockwell Park, London

Who’s playing? Khruangbin, Joy Crookes, Patrice Rushen, Sampa The Great, Mereba and more.

Tickets: from £29.50, xthetracks.com

Download

Its 2021 edition was resurrected in the form of a Government-backed pilot event, but the UK’s biggest festival for all things head-banging will return in its unadulterated form for 2022.

Where? Donington Park, Derby

When? June 10-12, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? KISS, Iron Maiden, Biffy Clyro, A Day To Remember, Deftones, Korn and more.

Tickets: from £243, downloadfestival.co.uk

Cambridge Club

Make sure you bring along your dancing shoes to this festival, which brings together big names from across disco, soul, pop, funk and beyond.

Where? Childerley Orchard, Cambridge

When? 10-12 June, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Diana Ross, Lionel Richie, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Level 42, Corinne Bailey Rae and more.

Tickets: from £56, thecambridgeclub.co

Kite

A brand-new festival for 2022, it aims to be a blend of “music and ideas”, with musicians, comedians, artists, writers, activists and thinkers appearing across seven stages.

Where? Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire

When? 10-12 June, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Grace Jones, Mavis Staples, Tom Misch, This Is The Kit, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 and more.

Tickets: from £45, kitefestival.co.uk

Parklife

Early bird tickets for Manchester’s biggest festival sold out in record time — keep an eye out for the next batch, which will no doubt be snapped up swiftly as well.

Where? Heaton Park, Manchester

When? June 11-12, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Tyler, The Creator, 50 Cent, Megan Thee Stallion, Lewis Capaldi, Chase & Status and more.

Tickets: from£129, parklife.uk.com

Isle of Wight

Always among the first major festivals of the season, with a line-up of chart-toppers and legacy favourites.

When? June 16-19, 2022

Where? Newport, Isle of Wight

Who’s playing? Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Richie, Kasabian, Pete Tong, Muse and more.

Tickets: from £160, isleofwightfestival.com

Glastonbury

Glastonbury is unquestionably good in normal times, let alone with the pent up emotion of two cancellations and a 50th anniversary to celebrate. If you were one of the lucky ones to nab a ticket back in October 2019 and have rolled it over to 2022, know that you’re in possession of solid gold.

When? June 22-26, 2022

Where? Worthy Farm, Somerset

Who’s on the line-up? Billie Eilish and Diana Ross, with more to be announced.

Tickets: Sold out, glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

El Dorado

The music policy is broad here – everything from rap to funk to drum’n’bass – and you’d expect so from a festival that boasts no less than 21 stages.

When? June 30-July 3, 2022

Where? Eastnor Castle Deer Park, Herefordshire

Who’s on the line-up? Groove Armada, Earth, Wind and Fire Experience feat. Al McKay, Kojey Radical, Shy FX, Enny, and more.

Tickets: £TBC, eldoradofestival.com

Love Supreme

An ode to jazz, with a healthy lot of jazz, soul, funk and more. Expect a mix of genre icons and new innovators on the line-up.

Where? Glynde Place, East Sussex

When? July 1-3, 2022

Who’s playing? Erykah Badu, TLC, Tom Misch, Lianne La Havas, Ezra Collective, Sister Sledge and more.

Tickets: from£148.50, lovesupremefestival.com

2000Trees

Dealing in all things hard, fast and loud, this festival always promises a raucous time.

When? July 7-9, 2022

Where? Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Who’s playing? Idles, Jimmy Eat World, Thrice, Pup, Rolo Tomassi and more.

Tickets: from £37.80, twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk

Somerset House Summer Series

Set within the grand surroundings of Somerset House by the banks of the Thames, this open-air concert series spans 11 nights of music.

When? July 7-17, 2022

Where? Somerset House, London

Who’s playing? Arlo Parks, John Legend, Carly Rae Jepsen, Squid, SG Lewis and more.

Tickets: Various prices, somersethouse.org.uk

TRNSMT

This Glasgow festival is always one of the liveliest music events north of the border, with a guitar-heavy line-up.

When? July 8-10, 2022

Where? Glasgow, Scotland

Who’s on the line-up? Paolo Nutini, The Strokes, Lewis Capaldi, Beabadoobee, Fontaines D.C. and more.

Tickets: from £155, trnsmtfest.com

Bluedot

Not many festivals can claim to be held upon a UNESCO World Heritage site, but that’s the case at this festival mixing music, science and wider culture.

When? July 21-24, 2022

Where? Jodrell Bank Observatory, Cheshire

Who’s on the line-up? Björk with the Hallé Orchestra, plus more to be confirmed.

Tickets: from £178.75, discoverthebluedot.com

Standon Calling

After returning for its 15th edition in 2021, this crowd-pleasing festival for all the family is making plans for 2022, with what will surely be a wide-ranging line-up and plenty to keep the kids entertained too.

When? July 21-24, 2022

Where? Standon, Hertfordshire

Who’s playing? Madness, Gabrielle, The Subways, The Skints, Nadia Rose for the Thursday line-up, with other days announced soon.

Tickets: from £139, standon-calling.com

Tramlines

Sheffield’s biggest city-based music festival is always a popular one, thanks both to its stacked line-ups and decent value tickets.

When? July 22-24, 2022

Where? Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

Who’s playing? Sam Fender, Kasabian, Madness, James, The Wombats and more.

Tickets: from £120, tramlines.org.uk

PennFest

Dance, rock, hip-hop and more come together at this two-dayer.

When? July 22-23, 2022

Where? The Big Park, Buckinghamshire

Who’s playing? Clean Bandit, Rudimental, Feeder, Arrested Development, The Hoosiers and more.

Tickets: from £91, pennfest.net

Kendal Calling

Back for the first time in three years, this Lake District favourite returns its typical mix of crowd-pleasing headliners.

When? July 28-31, 2022

Where? Lowther Deer Park, Lake District

Who’s playing? Supergrass, Stereophonics, The Streets, Hacienda Classical, The Wombats and more.

Tickets: from £178, kendalcalling.co.uk

Camp Bestival

One for the family-sized festival-goers, this one caters to all ages with a programme of events to keep the kids occupied, as well as the adults. A new sister event will launch in 2022 to run in Shropshire, in addition to the existing Dorset festival.

When? July 28-31, 2022 (Dorset), August 18-21, 2022 (Shropshire)

Where? Lulworth Castle, Dorset/Weston Park, Shropshire

Who’s on the line-up? Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Rudimental, Sister Sledge, Kool and the Gang, Earth Wind and Fire Experience feat. Al McKay, and more (Dorset) / Fatboy Slim, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Becky Hill, Example, Mae Muller and more (Shropshire)

Tickets: from £180, campbestival.net

Y Not

Returning to the bucolic surroundings of the Peak District for its 15th edition, this festival promises some of the best-known guitar bands in the UK, with plenty of emerging acts too.

When? July 29-31, 2022

Where? Pikehall, Derbyshire

Who’s on the line-up? Stereophonics, Courteeners, Blossoms, Manic Street Preachers, Nothing But Thieves and more.

Tickets: £119.50, ynotfestival.com

We Are FSTVL

One of London’s biggest dance music festivals, always with a reliably huge line-up of global DJs.

Where? Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster

When? August 6-7, 2022

Who’s on the line-up? Andy C, Craig David presents TS5, Rudimental, Jamie Jones, Armand Van Helden and more.

Tickets: from £52.50, wearefstvl.com

Boardmasters

Sun (possibly), surfing and good music (almost definitely) are among the offerings at this beach-side festival.

Where? Watergate Bay and Fistral Beach, Cornwall

When? August 10-14, 2022

Who’s playing? George Ezra, Disclosure, Kings of Leon, Damian Marley, Bastille and more.

Tickets: from£214, boardmasters.com

Houghton

Cancelled in 2019, 2020 and 2021, Houghton is finally on track to make its long-awaited return, with its around-the-clock programme of dance music hedonism.

Where? Houghton Hall, Norfolk

When? August 11-14, 2022

Who’s playing? Call Super, Gerd Janson, Helena Hauff, Move D, Peach and more.

Tickets: from £245, houghtonfestival.co.uk

Green Man

A real gem of a festival, whose line-up spans multiple genres and whose programme covers everything from comedy to science, returns for its 20th anniversary edition.

When? August 18-21, 2022

Where? Brecon Beacons, Wales

Who’s on the line-up? Michael Kiwanuka, with more to be announced.

Tickets: from £195, greenman.net

All Points East

One of the London’s biggest festivals returns to its two-weekend, multi-genre spread of acts.

When? August 19-28, 2022

Where? Victoria Park, London

Who’s on the line-up? Tame Impala, The National, Gorillaz, Disclosure, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and more.

Tickets: Various prices, allpointseastfestival.com

Field Day

Sandwiched in between All Points East, and moving back to its spiritual home of Victoria Park, Field Day continues with its dance-focused line-up.

When? August 20, 2022

Where? Victoria Park, London

Who’s on the line-up? Kraftwerk, The Chemical Brothers, Cici, Daniel Avery, Eliza Rose, and more.

Tickets: from £79.50, fielddayfestivals.com

Reading and Leeds

A rite of passage for British festival-goers, these dual-running events are always among the biggest on the UK calendar.

When? August 25-28, 2022

Where? Reading, Berkshire / Leeds, West Yorkshire

Who’s playing? Dave, Arctic Monkeys, Rage Against The Machine, Little Simz, Halsey and more.

Tickets: from £232, readingfestival.com / leedsfestival.com

Creamfields

Always one of the biggest dance music festivals on the calendar, Creamfields is a sure-fire gathering of some of the best-known DJs on the world circuit. It celebrates turning 25 in 2022.

When? August 25-28, 2022

Where? Daresbury, Cheshire

Who’s on the line-up? David Guetta, Nina Kraviz, Martin Garrix, Carl Cox, Camelphat and more.

Tickets: Sold out, creamfields.com

Victorious

Down on the south coast, this Portsmouth festival always draws in some big names, covering rock, britpop, indie rock, and more.

When? August 26-28, 2022

Where? Southsea, Portsmouth

Who’s on the line-up? Stereophonics, Paolo Nutini, Sam Fender, Anne-Marie, Bastille and more.

Tickets: from £40, victoriousfestival.co.uk

Yam Carnival

This celebration of Black culture returns to south London for its second edition.

When? August 27, 2022

Where? Clapham Common, London

Who’s on the line-up? Wizkid, Naira Marley, Flavour, CKay, Fally Ipupa, and more.

Tickets: £TBC,yamcarnival.com

Electric City

A new one-dayer for 2022, with Chase & Status’s only London show of the year as the headline attraction.

When? August 28, 2022

Where? Clapham Common, London

Who’s on the line-up? Chase & Status, Headie One, Andy C, Jme, Sub Focus b2b Wilkinson, and more.

Tickets: £TBC, whatcamebefore.net

Maiden Voyage

A relatively new arrival on the London scene, this one is run by the same people who helm the Jazz Cafe in Camden. The venue’s focused eclecticism is matched on the festival’s line-up.

When? August 28, 2022

Where? Lee Valley Showground, London

Who’s playing? Hunee, D Double E, Sherelle, Octo Octa, Jayda G and more.

Tickets: from £10, maiden-voyage.co.uk

End of the Road

Another multi-disciplinary delight spanning the spectrum of music, comedy, literature, film and beyond, expect an exciting, discerning line-up.

When? September 1-4, 2022

Where? Larmer Tree Gardens, Wiltshire

Who’s playing? Pixies, with more to be announced.

Tickets: from £190, endoftheroadfestival.com

Waterworks

Making its debut last summer, this is one for those who like their dance music a little left-of-centre.

When? September 17, 2022

Where? Gunnersbury Park, London

Who’s playing? Ben UFO, Moxie, Midland, Yung Singh, Bradley Zero and more.

Tickets: from £47.50, waterworksfestival.co.uk

Confirmed dates

Strawberries & Creem

Covering everything from grime and reggae, to house and drum’n’bass, to reggae and soca, this festival is aiming for a 50/50 gender neutral line-up in 2022.

Where? Childerley Orchard, Cambridge

When? June 18-19, 2022

Tickets: £TBC, strawberriesandcreem.com

Lovebox

Landing in a new north London home, and shrinking its line-up to a one-day affair, Lovebox is the place for a heady mix of rap, pop, dance and more.

When? July 16, 2022

Where? Finsbury Park, London

Tickets: £TBA, loveboxfestival.com

Latitude

This idyllic countryside retreat prides itself on being more than just a music festival — previous editions have brought in everything from comedy to stand-up paddleboarding.

When? July 21-24, 2022

Where? Henham Park, Suffolk

Tickets: from £226, latitudefestival.com

Secret Garden Party

Back after a five-year hiatus, tickets for this one sold out almost as quickly as they arrived.

When? July 21-24, 2022

Where? Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

Tickets: sold out, secretgardenparty.com

Kaleidoscope

This multi-arts one-dayer is blessed with one of the best festival sites in London, set within the grounds of Alexandra Palace and offering panoramic views of the capital.

When? July 23, 2022

Where? Alexandra Palace, London

Tickets: £TBA, kaleidoscope-festival.com

WOMAD

A festival that prides itself on an international line-up, and all the vibrancy that such a thing brings with it.

When? July 28-31, 2022

Where? Charlton Park, Wiltshire

Tickets: from £205, womad.co.uk

Boomtown

Tickets are already running low for this five-day extravanganza, which is always one of the more surreal festivals in the calendar, so be sure to snap them up soon.

When? August 10-14, 2022

Where? Winchester, Hampshire

Tickets: from £222.50, boomtownfair.co.uk

Naked City

A laid-back, multi-faceted festival in a south London green space, mixing jazz, house, dub, jungle and more.

Where? Beckenham Place Park, London

When? September 10, 2022

Tickets: £TBA, nakedcityfestival.com

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Former Rangers star Ronald de Boer has given the club his backing over the possible signing of Danilho Doekhi. © Danilho Doekhi has been strongly linked with Rangers. (Photo by ... Read more »

Newcastle United owners can learn Liverpool lesson as Man Utd show what not to do

Newcastle will have to replicate last month’s lavish spending in future windows if they are to achieve their dream of mixing it with the Premier League big boys. Five new ... Read more »

SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: Gartner Cycle points to upswing for microbiome pioneer OptiBiotix Health

Take a good look at the chart below. It’s called the Gartner Hype Cycle. It’s so named because it represents the distilled learning of the research group Gartner on the ... Read more »

Paul Heckingbottom explains the role Sheffield United supporters can play in the club’s play-off push

Sheffield United have carried on their resurgence up the table since Slavisa Jokanovic’s departure and they look more likely than ever to make an assault on the play-off places. The ... Read more »