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Imminent Music Festivals in May 2022

We have missed so many after the Covid-19 surge hitting us one by one. Now we all appreciate the life that we made it to 2022. No one knows what will happen next, but still, the show must go on. Get ready to not to miss any more music gigs, events, and festivals this year.

Today, WhatsOn has gathered three festivals from April to May 2022, so you won’t miss them!


Upcoming Music Festivals in 2022- Coachella

5-24 Apr
Empire Polo Club, Indio

Coachella set over two weekends typically brings the best to the Californian desert, the Empire Polo Club in Indio. ‘Rage Against The Machine’ has already been in the headline next April, with more to be confirmed asap. The Coachella is an annual music and arts festival held in the Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert. The event features musical artists of many genres of music, such as rock, pop, indie, hip hop, electronic dance music, and art installations and sculptures.

Wide Awake

Upcoming Music Festivals in 2022 – Wide Awake

27-28 May
Brockwell Park, London

Since Wide Awake made a great success last year, they are now expanding the event to two days. The line-up they’ve announced for their second edition seems like a great combination of electronic music and searing punk. The line-up shows, Bicep, Primal Scream present ‘Screamadelica,’ Caribou, Floating Points, Fat White Family, Working Men’s Club, The Comet Is Coming, and many more.

The Great Escape

Upcoming Music Festivals in 2022- The Great Escape

11-14 May
Various venues, Brighton

The return of ‘The Great Escape’ at the UK’s premier new music festival means a chance to reacquaint ourselves with the thrill of stumbling on our favorite new band in a small sticky venue. The Line-up list shows Priya Ragu, Tems, Sycco, Wallice, Gabriels, Lime Garden, Miso Extra, and more.

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