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Best European music festivals to get tickets for in 2022

Rosendal Garden Party, 8-11 June (Stockholm, Sweden)

Promising to be one of the most enduring festivals on the summer calendar, Rosendal Garden Party takes place just a short walk from central Stockholm. Packed with eco-friendly food and drink, art and music – from The Strokes and Florence + the Machine to Sharon Van Etten and The National – don’t miss this. Tickets are available here.

Loaded, 9-11 June (Oslo, Norway)

Thanks to its location as a slightly more remote city for tourists than its Scandinavian neighbors, Oslo remains one of the coolest weekend breaks in Europe. If you’re ready to explore for the first time (perhaps also influenced by The worst person in the world), check out Loaded, a lively festival in the heart of the city that will feature indie icons like The National, Wilco and The Dandy Warhols. Get tickets here.

Syd for Solen, 10-12 June (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Copenhagen’s historic royal park, Søndermarken, will host the first edition of the festival, packed with sets from Liam Gallagher, Foals, Wet Leg and First Aid Kit, which will offer a cultural oasis in the heart of the bustling, ever-cool Scandi city. Tickets are available here.

Roskilde, June 25 – July 2 (Roskilde, Denmark)

Promising a combined program of “music, arts, activism, camps and freedom”, Roskilde – often referred to as the Danes’ answer to Glastonbury – is a cultural gem whose post-Covid mission feels even more appropriate. Catch sets from Dua Lipa, Tyler, the Creator, Haim and Fontaines DC in a beautiful green setting. Weekend tickets are sold out, but some day tickets are available here.

Open’er, June 29 – July 2 (Gdynia, Poland)

Spend your mornings exploring the beaches of the Baltic Sea coast (and wonderfully affordable bars and restaurants) and your evenings seeing the world’s greatest artists. Open’er has a lot of both. From US sensation Doja Cat to The Chemical Brothers and Little Simz, this is one worth checking out. Tickets are available here.

Rolling Loud Portugal, 6th-8th July (Portimao, Portugal)

For the Portuguese version of Rolling Loud (the festival has a doubleheader in Miami, Florida), the coastal city of Portimão will play host to some of hip-hop’s biggest stars, including A$AP Rocky, J. Cole and Future like Britain’s Grime -Pioneers Skepta and AJ Tracey. Tickets are available here.

NOS Alive, 6th-9th July (Lisbon, Portugal)

With flights from Stansted to Lisbon currently costing less than £50, it might seem rude not to book a ticket to one of Portugal’s top festivals: do so and you can enjoy sets by Metallica, Imagine Dragons, alt-J and Phoebe Bridgers before You’ll sample everything the capital has to offer as you return to your accommodation from the festival site. Tickets are available here.

Mad Cool, 6th-9th July (Madrid, Spain)

Never before has a festival been so perfectly tailored to the taste of guitar purist fathers: With sets from Metallica, Queens of the Stone Age, Muse and Placebo, Mad Cool guarantees a good time with sweaty moshing crowds under the Spanish sun. Tickets for the entire weekend are sold out.

Bilbao BBK Live, 7-9 July (Bilbao, Spain)

Home to some of Europe’s most interesting architectural and cultural sites, Bilbao is a hidden gem often neglected when compared to more popular Spanish cities. But let this year’s festival be your reason to visit, as big names like LCD Soundsystem, The Killers, Pet Shop Boys, Bicep and Supergrass take to the stage against a backdrop of lush, rolling green hills. Tickets are available here.

EXIT, 7th-10th July (Novi Sad, Serbia)

The jewel in Eastern Europe’s musical audience returns for its 22nd year, complete with a stellar lineup that ranges from classic rock with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds to electronic music thanks to Calvin Harris and German DJ Boris Brejcha. One of the few European events to offer on-site camping, you can bring a group of friends together to pitch a tent and feel right at home in the UK – just without the damp sleeping bag. Tickets are available here.

Tomorrowland, 22-24 and 29.-31. July (Boom, Belgium)

A rite of passage for any electronic music lover, Tomorrowland is more of a trippy Disneyland than your regular music festival. For the first time since the pandemic, superstar DJs like Diplo, Eric Prydz and Armin van Buuren will flock to the glorious onomatopoeia-named Boom in Belgium over two weekends in July. Tickets are available here.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/concerts/best-music-festivals-europe-2022-dates-line-up-summer-electronic/ Best European music festivals to get tickets for in 2022

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