7 April 2022

Missed out on Glasto? Here are all the festivals you can still attend this year

Read on your guide to 2022's biggest and best festivals...

If you missed out on Glastonbury and are getting some serious FOMO from everyone’s Instagram Stories, here is your annual PSA that there are more festivals out there! Sure, this year’s headliners at Worthy Farm are pretty impressive, but the UK boasts a seriously impressive number of live music events — the majority of which have excellent lineups, and most importantly, still have tickets available. Read on for HUNGER’s roundup.

Field Day — Victoria Park, London, 20th August 2022

Field Day will be celebrating its 15th anniversary this year after championing electronic dance music since 2007. It’s marking the occasion by bringing in one of the genre’s most renowned duos, The Chemical Brothers.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

Wireless Festival — Finsbury Park, Crystal Palace, Birmingham, 1st July – 10th July, 2022 

Last week, Wireless Festival — which is taking place at three sites over two weekends — added 20 more acts to its incredible lineup, cementing its presence as Europe’s biggest celebration of Black music. Expect massive names like Cardi B, Sza, Nicki Minaj, Tyler the Creator, Dave, A$AP Rocky, J.Cole, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Little Simz and many more.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

Wilderness Festival — Oxfordshire, 4th – 7th August, 2022

Wilderness isn’t your typical festival, if you’re looking for something a little more wholesome then, you can’t really go wrong here. It’s an award-winning festival of music, food, arts, learning, literature and rejuvenation, all set amongst the picturesque lakes, forests and parkland of Oxfordshire’s Cornbury Estate. This year’s lineup features Underworld, Jungle, Years & Years and Peggy Gou.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

Latitude Festival — Henham Park, Suffolk, 21st – 24th July, 2022

Like Wilderness, Latitude has more to offer than just music — there’s everything from film and comedy to literature, theatre and poetry to feast your eyes and ears on. And this year’s lineup isn’t one to miss with the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Foals, Snow Patrol, Modest Mouse, Maggie Rogers, amongst others…

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

All Points East — Victoria Park, London, 19th – 28th August, 2022

The East London festival returns with another genre-defining lineup comprising Tame Impala, The National, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and more.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

Reading and Leeds — Reading, Berkshire / Leeds, West Yorkshire, 25th – 28th August, 2022

Reading and Leeds are very much a staple for festival-goers, and for good reason. This year, you can expect Dave, Arctic Monkeys, Rage Against the Machine and more at the dual-running festivals.

Tickets: Certain tickets are available for Reading, here, and certain tickets are available for Leeds, here.

Higher Ground — Alexandra Palace, London, 24th July, 2022

This brand new festival for 2022 has an impressive lineup and will be taking place on the gorgeous green of Alexandra Palace in North London. Highlights include Patti Smith, Nadine Shah, Spelling, as well as DJ sets, talks and readings.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

TRNSMT — Glasgow, Scotland, 8th – 10th July, 2022

Up North? Have no fear, this Glasgow-based festival has a guitar-heavy lineup featuring Paolo Nutini, The Strokes, Lewis Capaldi, Beabadoobee, and Fontaines D.C.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

EMERGE Music Festival — Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast, 27th – 28th August, 2022

EMERGE is a brand-new two-day festival launching in Belfast, Northern Ireland this August Bank Holiday. The festival will be the largest event of its kind in Ireland, bringing in world class international electronic artists.  Global headliners include Eric Prydz, Disclosure, Peggy Gou, alongside the likes of Kettama, Mall Grab, Michael Bibi, DJ Seinfeld, Dusky, Special Request, FJAKK, Rebekah and many others.

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

Audio Farm Festival — Hopton Court, Shropshire, 1st – 6th September, 2022. 

Audio Farm Festival is a grassroots music and arts festival taking place at Hopton Court in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. The green festival is fully independent and running as a not-for-profit organisation, and has been advocating for environmental consciousness since its early days. Phase one of the lineup has been announced, and it boasts DJs Quantic, Helena Hauff, Eclair Fif, Ben Sims and more…

Tickets: Check available tickets, here.

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