Best upcoming UK music festivals for summer 2022 — from Latitude to other dance events

The Cambridge Club, 10-12 June

If you consider yourself a disco and funk connoisseur, then The Cambridge Club is the festival for you. Icons such as Diana Ross, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Corinne Bailey Rae are all featured and promise to provide a fun weekend in Cambridge. Tickets are available here.

Park life, 11.-12. June

The jewel in Manchester’s musical crown is back at Heaton Park, with some of the world’s biggest dance, hip-hop and grime artists spread out over the weekend. See 50 Cent, Megan Thee Stallion, Jamie XX, Loyle Carner, Arlo Parks and Nina Kraviz are all doing their thing in June: neon clothing is optional. Weekend and Saturday tickets sell out, but you can snag a Sunday ticket here.

Live at Chelsea 15-19 June

The stunning grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will welcome legendary acts over four nights in June, adding a new layer of wonder to the institution known as the home of Chelsea pensioners. The open-air concerts will feature performances by Max Richter, Paul Weller, Simply Red and Tom Jones, as well as some special guests. Tickets for the individual events are available here.

Isle of Wight, 16th-19th June

In its 54th year, the Isle of Wight remains one of Britain’s most popular festivals. Having returned in 2021 with a tentative date in September to circumvent Covid restrictions, the festival will return to its usual June weekend at Seaclose Park, with sets from Kasabian, Muse and Blossoms. Tickets are available here.

Glastonbury, 22nd-26th June

Finally she is back! After a two-year hiatus due to lockdowns and pandemic uncertainty, music’s biggest event returns to Worthy Farm. Brooding teen superstar Billie Eilish will headline Friday’s Pyramid Stage and Diana Ross will play the sacred Sunday Legends slot, with Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar making up the other headliners. Tickets are sold out.

BST Hyde Park, June 24th – July 10th

Although some of the events have sold out (Adele, we’re watching you) there are still plenty of brilliant events on the BST list if you’re looking for a fun day out in London this summer. This year’s offering starts with Elton John, followed by the Rolling Stones, Eagles, Adele, Pearl Jam and Duran Duran. More information about the different events (and tickets) can be found here.

ALSO from July 8th to 10th

Hear music from the London Afrobeat Collective, Nuha Ruby Ra and Pynch before exploring the Warwickshire woodlands that make up the site, stopping at an enriching talk or comedy show, and then being amazed by the wealth of things on offer delicious food truck. Tickets are available here.

TRNSMT, 8th-10th July

Glasgow’s premier daily music festival will take place with some of the biggest names in indie rock preparing to take the stage at Glasgow Green. Friday will be headlined by Scotland’s own Paolo Nutini, assisted by Sam Fender; Saturday sees The Strokes, Foals and Fontaines DC; and Sunday ends with Lewis Capaldi and Wolf Alice. Get tickets here.

Latitude, 21st-24th July

Fiercely vying for the coveted title of Britain’s Finest Festival year after year, Latitude will be held at Henham Park in Suffolk and promises to be filled with artisan streetfoot, great music and Instagrammable opportunities. Lewis Capaldi, Foals and Snow Patrol are leading the proceedings, along with Brit Award-winning rapper Little Simz, Fontaines DC and Modest Mouse. Tickets are available here.

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