Did you miss out on Glastonbury Festival this year? Or did clashes mean you didn’t get to see every artist you wanted? Whatever your reasoning, if you’ve got serious Glastonbury FOMO and missed out on seeing some of your favourite artists live then fear not, as we’ve got a comprehensive list of every artist that performed at the festival in 2022 that you can see live! Scroll through our incredibly thorough list, or filter alphabetically below. Grab tickets today and experience some incredible live music for yourself, away from Worthy Farm!
AJ Tracey is a star on the rise in the world of rap, and fresh from his Pyramid Stage set at Glastonbury Festival this year, you can see him live on the UK festival circuit once more. He’ll be making an appearance at MADE Festival in Birmingham next month, and size? sessions festival at O2 Victoria Warehouse in August.
Since releasing his debut album ‘Mellow Moon’ earlier this year, we can’t get enough of Alfie Templeman. If you’re gutted that you couldn’t catch him at Glastonbury this year as he performed on William’s Green, then be sure to grab a ticket to see him live at a later date. He’ll be appearing at Depot in the Castle in Cardiff and Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival this year.
Andy C is a seasoned veteran and a formidable name in Drum & Bass, and anyone who’s seen him live will tell you it’s an experience you won’t forget – just ask this year’s Glasto goers! Don’t worry if you missed our, you can see the legend live for yourself at MADE Festival in Birmingham this summer.
Let us introduce you to Baskery – an alternative Americana folk rock band from Sweden. The quality of their four studio albums is unquestioned, and landed them a well deserved spot on Glastonbury’s line up this year. Make sure you see them in anticipation of their fifth album, due out later this year. They’re touring the UK in November.
This summer, Beabadoobee won’t only be performing to thousands on the John Peel Stage at Glasto, but will also be bringing her indie pop prowess to a sold out crowd at Finsbury Park, in support of Sam Fender. Don’t worry if you didn’t bag a ticket though – her headlining UK tour will be kicking off in October!
After his, as always, entertaining set on the Truth Stage at Glastonbury last weekend, Beans on Toast will be back on the live stage again soon. You’ll have several opportunities to see him live this summer no matter where you live in the UK as he visits Nottingham as part of the Foolhardy Folk Festival, Stockton-on-Tees, and Milton Keynes’ Into The Wild Festival.
If you didn’t manage to catch inspiring feminist punk outfit Big Joanie at Glasto, then never fear… you can see the band at Cro Cro Land in Croydon this October or supporting St. Vincent in Bexhill on Sea later this week! Trust us when we say, you won’t regret catching them live after their storming set on the Park Stage!
Billy Bragg is a Glastonbury regular and curated the line up for Left Field in 2022, as well as performing to enthusiastic crowds over the weekend. It’s a guaranteed good time at any Billy Bragg show, and we’d highly recommend adding him to your list of live shows this year. See him live in Glasgow as part of the Summer Nights At The Bandstand series at Kelvingrove Bandstand. Alternatively, you can see him and many others at Rebellion Festival in Blackpool or Beautiful Days in Exeter.
Leicestershire musician Tor Maries, known otherwise as Billy Nomates, performed on the Left Field stage at Glastonbury this year to a buzzed crowd of fans and newcomers alike, giving a performance that the Guardian called “visceral and intense”. Sound like your kind of thing? Be sure to catch Billy Nomates at Forwards Festival in Bristol this September or on tour in November/December.
In the last decade, black midi have emerged as a bold and enigmatic force, forming from four multi-talented BRIT School attendees and brought together by the impromptu jam sessions of Geordie Greep (vocalist and guitarist) back in 2014. Anyone who saw them on Glastonbury’s West Holts stage last weekend will tell you it was an unforgettable performance. See them for yourselves on tour or at Manchester Psych Festival this year.
Over the last several years, Blossoms have toured the UK extensively, showcasing their four studio albums with incredible talent and confidence. Since placing on the BBC Sound of 2016 poll back in 2016, Blossoms’ well-deserved climb to success landed them a spot on the Glastonbury 2022 Other Stage line up. You might have missed a Blossoms tour this year, but you can still catch them live as they support George Ezra at Finsbury Park and make appearances abroad at Meo Kalorama Festival and Cala Mijas Festival.
On the Truth Stage at Glastonbury this year, grime-punk duo Bob Vylan stole the show. Fresh from the release of their latest album ‘Bob Vylan Presents: The Price Of Life’ – which the NME gave a generous four stars in their review – now is the absolute best time to catch the duo live. Later this year, Bob Vylan will be appearing at festivals Beautiful Days and drown u out, before headlining a show at London’s Electric Ballroom in December.
British musician, producer, and DJ Bonobo is a true expert in his field and a much coveted live act. If you didn’t manage to catch his storming set on the West Holts stage at Glasto this year, you can see Bonobo at Warehouse Project in Manchester, at Mayfield Depot. Or if you fancy another taste of festival season head over to Cala Mijas Festival in Spain.
The world’s premier Beatles tribute band are an absolute essential watch for any fan of the legendary band. Glastonbury regulars, The Bootleg Beatles performed on the Acoustic stage this year, and we’re sure they didn’t miss their chance to see Sir Paul McCartney as he headlined the festival too! You can see this incredible tribute to The Beatles on tour throughout the year.
There truly is no end to the amount of timeless tunes Calvin Harris has released or been involved in throughout the years. One of the greats in electronic music, Calvin Harris puts on one heck of a show, and we’re sure anyone who saw him on Worthy Farm this year would agree. He’ll be performing on the festival circuit again this year as he visits Creamfields North – or if you fancy a bit more sun, sea and sand, head to Ibiza and catch him at his Ushuaïa Ibiza residency.
Camelphat tore up Glade at Glastonbury this year as they closed down the stage on Thursday night with an unforgettable set. Much like Calvin Harris, you can see the iconic DJ and production duo live later this year at Creamfields North in Cheshire, or during their own Ushuaïa Ibiza residency too!
Caribou is certainly doing the rounds on the festival circuit this year, and if you caught him at Glastonbury then you’ll know what a special show it is to witness, with thousands of likeminded fans in attendance. If you couldn’t get enough, or sadly missed on on your chance to see Caribou live on the West Holts stage then grab yourself a ticket to another festival to grab your opportunity. He’ll be performing at Bilbao BBK, NOS Alive, and Forwards Festival in Bristol this year.
Whether at the legendary Coachella Festival, or on UK soil at our beloved Glastonbury Festival, this year Caroline Polachek has been stunning audiences all over the world with her entrancing and ethereal performances. We can’t wait for her to return to the country later this year when she sets off on a UK tour which hits Brighton, Leeds, Manchester and Bristol.
Cate Le Bon has been a Glastonbury goer for many years and it’s safe to say she never disappoints. Did you catch her set, which the Guardian described as “a dreamy, summery set […] all floaty guitar, languorous piano chords and woozy sax emanating over the sunlit uplands”? If not, be sure to grab a ticket to see her live later this year as she tours the UK – we promise you won’t regret it!
It’s been one heck of a year for powerpop queen Charli XCX. The release of her latest album ‘CRASH’ was critically heralded, she performed to a sold out crowd at Alexandra Palace on her UK tour and she’s appeared at the likes of Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona and now a storming set at Glastonbury. If you’ve somehow missed out on her incredible live show so far this year, then be sure to snap up a ticket to see her, amongst so many others, at Forwards Festival in Bristol.
Squeeze’s founding member Chris Difford is a British music legend. His show is an essential watch for any Britpop fan or music nut. At Glastonbury Festival this year, he appeared at the Acoustic Stage for a truly stunning set, and you can catch him in an intimate performance this July as he visits Hebden Bridge, or with Squeeze on tour later this year!
The Park Stage was absolutely thrilled to see the return of the inimitable Courtney Barnett this year. She self-confirmed for the Festival way back in February, and we were excited for her set ever since. Later this week, Courtney will be visiting venues in Cardiff, Liverpool and Nottingham as the remainder of her UK tour takes place.
Want a guaranteed good time? Catch Craig Charles’ Funk & Soul Club. We promise you won’t leave disappointed. We’re sure everyone who caught one of Craig Charles’ sets at Glastonbury this year will agree with us. Lucky for you, if you didn’t make it to Glasto this year then you’ll be able to see him on one of his various UK tour dates throughout 2022.
Australian icons Crowded House were a must-see act at this year’s Glastonbury, and boy did they deliver. A hit-filled set pleased both die-hard fans and casual listeners alike, and an appearance from Neil Finn’s grandson Buddy left audiences absolutely gobsmacked when he stole the show. If you need to see more of Crowded House, then be sure to grab a ticket to see them at Manchester’s Sounds of the City show.
Returning to the iconic festival after their incredible show in 2019, Cut Capers headed to The Glade stage for an unforgettable night, both for the band themselves and the audience in attendance. The show came in the midst of their UK summer tour, but there’s still time to catch them live if you’ve missed out so far! Head to Oxford or Newcastle this October.
Irish favourite Damien Dempsey performed on the acoustic stage at Glastonbury, and it was truly the best setting to appreciate the singer-songwriter’s unique and contemporary folk music. If you’ve not seen him live yet, why not? Catch him at Liverpool’s Arts Club Theatre this November.
Making his first ever appearance at Glastonbury Festival this year was British DJ Danny Howard, who blew the audience away at The Glade Stage on Thursday. If you were gutted to miss it, see Danny Howard at Henley-On-Thames’ Cafe Mambo Ibiza In The Park alongside Disciples, Riton, Coco Cole and Erik Hagleton this August!
Don Letts has been attending and performing at Worthy Farm every year for as long as he can remember, and this year was no exception. He performed on The Glade stage to a grateful crowd, and we’re sure many of them will be seeing the legend once again when he performs across the UK. See him at Beautiful Days, Naked City Festival, at a headlining show in Huddersfield or in support of Faithless (Margate) or UB40 (Nottingham).
Dr John Cooper Clarke brought his show to Glastonbury Festival this year, performing a breath-taking showcase of poetry and spoken work, sharing stories from his incredible life and hugely successful career. If you see him live in St Albans or on tour with Squeeze this year, JCC will take you on an incredible journey with pieces from the new book as well as his usual musings, off the wall chat, riffs, gags and wicked humour.
The eight-piece reggae ska band from South East London took Glasto by storm last week when they appeared at the Avalon stage. Their show is a must-see for any fan of the genre. Luckily for you, if you’ve not managed to see them yet, The Dualers have a ton of UK tour dates planned throughout the rest of the year, and will be appearing at the likes of Hastings Reggae Festival too.
Electronic band Dub Pistols took to their spiritual home The Glade Stage on Friday evening at Worthy Farm this year. With a huge seven studio albums to date as well as contributing to numerous film soundtracks such as ‘Blade II’ and ‘Mystery Men’, their performance was one massive party for the pumped crowd. And the band are set to do it all over again at Mucky Weekender festival in Hampshire this September. Grab your tickets now.
Iconic DJ Eats Everything has a worldwide reputation and is an assured stamp of quality for any electronic music event. His presence at Glastonbury this year on the Sonic Stage was warmly welcomed and his set was – as always – an incredible feat. Eats Everything isn’t done on the festival circuit yet, though. If you didn’t manage to catch him at Glasto, then head to MADE Festival in Birmingham to experience it for yourself.
Elbow played the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this year, joined by the Citizens of the World Refugee Choir and the incredible and emotional Little Amal – a giant puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, ‘one of the most ambitious live artworks ever staged’. It was a brilliant set, and luckily Elbow have a number of other outdoor UK shows planned for this summer. We can’t wait! You’ll also be able to catch them at Lytham Festival, with support from Richard Hawley, if you’ve not yet had your fill of the festival season.
Elvana – the mash-up you never knew you needed. Combining Nirvana and Elvis is actually ingenious. Nirvana: one of the greatest bands of all time, and Elvis: one of the greatest performers of all time. It makes perfect sense to combine them. Elvana are such a fun cover band and a truly unique experience to watch; you’ll definitely have a good time watching them and singing along to the bangers.
Nice and early on Sunday afternoon, Emma-Jean Thackray took to West Holts to bring a faltering crowd back to life in anticipation of their final day of Glastonbury Festival. During her set, Emma-Jean Thackray earned kind words from the likes of the Guardian, who said “Thackray is an adept bandleader and a sublime master of ceremonies”. With praise as high as that, we can’t wait to see her live again and will be sure to stop by her set at We Out Here Festival this summer, and at her headlining show at Village Underground in London this November.
A true UK blues veteran, Errol Linton has been performing since the 1990s and it’s evident in the level of prestige and professionalism that he brings to every stage he graces. He performed on the Acoustic stage at Glastonbury this year, and we can’t wait to catch him again at the likes of Whitby Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival, Looe Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival and at a number of headlining shows around the UK.
She’s just completed her UK tour – the first headline shows with her live band, new hip hop and neo soul material – plus three huge sets at Glastonbury last week, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. But, Eva Lazarus has no intention of slowing down. See her live on the festival circuit again this September as she visits Hampshire’s Mucky Weekender and Naked City Festival in London
Fatboy Slim has been a household name since the 90s and is a legend in the dance music scene. It’s a true privilege to see him DJ, especially at an event as iconic as Glastonbury Festival. If you didn’t manage to catch his set on the Sonic Stage and still fancy a go at raving in a festival field this summer, then allow us to help you achieve that dream. Fatboy Slim will be performing at Creamfields North this August!
Blues-rock duo Ferris & Sylvester released their debut album ‘Superhuman’ back in March, and we are absolutely in love with it! Over at the Field of Avalon at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, the duo managed to give audiences a taste of the LP live, and were joined for a song by the Citizens of the World Refugee Choir, who also performed with Elbow that weekend. Glasto won’t be the last festival performance for the pair this summer, as you can catch them at Cornbury Festival, Spiritual Records Summer Fest at London’s Lafayette, and Looe Live in Cornwall.
For more than 30 years Fisherman’s Friends have gathered on the Platt on the harbour in their native Port Isaac to sing the songs of the sea, songs that in some cases have been handed down for hundreds of years. They since became the first ever traditional folk act to land a UK top ten album! Fisherman’s Friends go on tour later this year and next. Tickets available now!
Oxford indie icons FOALS are a band that need no introduction. Clashing with Billie Eilish on the first night of Glastonbury would be a struggle for most, but FOALS still managed a huge crowd on The Other Stage for what was their sixth time at Worthy Farm! They continue their fine run of summer shows with a performance at Latitude later this month – grab final tickets now!
Beloved Irish post-punk favourites Fontaines D.C. are taking to the stage for a nationwide UK tour set to take place this November. Following on from the release of their thrd LP ‘Skinty Fia’ the tour is a celebration of their incredible soundscapes that saw them crowned as the ‘Best Band in the World’ at the 2022 NME Awards!
Kieran Hebden has been releasing albums under the guise of Four Tet since 1999, and since then has developed an unrivalled reputation as one of the most prolific electronic musicians of a generation. His uplifting Glastonbury set has left us hungry for more, and we can’t wait to see him take over Finsbury Park in August, alongside a number of other incredible artists.
Some people were born to sing, and Jacob Lusk from Gabriel’s is one of those people. Having seen them live, the whole crowd were in awe at how incredible his voice was and how it seamlessly matched the melodies and rhythms of the band. It was a fantastic Glastonbury debut. Having not yet released an album, stardom is inevitable for this soulful bunch – Gabriels are one to watch!
Originating from Leeds, elite dub band Gentleman’s Dub Club have been making their mark on the festival circuit for years. They’ve been introduced to audiences not only at some of the most prestigious festivals in the world, but also in support of hugely established artists such as Roots Manuva, The Streets and The Wailers. Following on from their 2022 Glsatonbury slot, the band will next be heading to Cornwall’s Rock Oyster festival, the Good Vibrations Society in East Sussex and for a headlining show in Brighton at the This Is The Modern World exhibition.
Dubbed as one of the Guardian’s Ones To Watch in 2019, Bristolian outfit Giant Swan are on the up. They performed two stunning sets at Glastonbury Festival last weekend, at The Wow in Silver Hayes and IICON. If you got a taste for them, or fancy seeing them live for the first time then you can catch them supporting The Horrors in Manchester this November!
girl in red bought high-energy, bold, to-the-point angry lyrics. Kicking off with ‘You Stupid Bitch’. The tempo varied throughout, as some of her signature sad songs came through. Overall it was a spirited and touching show that got delivered. If you’ve not yet come across girl in red, you should listen to the indie-pop musician. Her early EPs Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 were simply recorded in her bedroom and feature songs about romance and mental health – you can catch girl in red in London next April.
Recently enjoying a resurgence in popularity via their single ‘Heat Waves’, Glass Animals were pioneers of 21st century indie-pop when they released debut album ‘Zaba’ back in 2014. Since then they have gone on to release two further LPs and showcase to the world exactly why their popularity remains as high as ever! Catch them at NOS Alive this summer!
2022 is proving to be a busy year for Prog Rock veterans Gong! After a string of festival dates all around the world, and a huge European tour, the band will be headed out on tour across the UK in a co-headlining stint with Ozric Tentacles which kicks off this November in Leicester. Be sure to grab a ticket today to see this essential band of the Prog Rock genre.
Renowned British production duo Gorgon City have confirmed plans to showcase their dancefloor fillers later this year. Formed in 2012, Gorgon City have sold over 10 million singles and received over 1.5 billion streams, but the live setting is where the duo truly thrive. Thankfully, you can catch them at Defected In The Castle on the 2nd July!
Grace Petrie performed at the last Glastonbury Festival that took place, back in 2019, and she was clearly a hit! Having been invited back in 2022 to perform at the Avalon Stage, she stunned crowds with her alternative folk. She’s toured with the likes of Frank Turner, supported The Guilty Feminist Podcast Live and comedian Hannah Gadsby. It’s safe to say, Grace Petrie is an must-see act. Lucky for you, this autumn Grace will be touring the UK!
Griff has had quite the breakthrough into the music scene. The Brit Award winning artist, producer, designer and all-round star became the first female artist to go top 5 with a mixtape on the acclaimed ‘One Foot In Front Of The Other’: featuring the anthemic hit single ‘Black Hole’. Catch Griff as a special guest on Coldplay’s ‘Music Of The Spheres World Tour’ in August 2022.
Groove Armada, one of electronic music’s most innovative, influential, and recognisable acts are appearing at festivals across the UK for summer 2022. From their humble beginnings as London club night promoters, Andy Cato and Tom Findlay aka Groove Armada solidified themselves as one of the most influential forces in dance music.
Having played at Glastonbury five times now, you could say HAIM has a set slot at the festival. They’ve played it through sickness and health (Este passed out in 2013 due to type 1 diabetes) and they’ve done it digitally when they played their Stone Circle set last year. This year, they absolutely smashed their Pyramid Stage performance, and we fully imagine they’ll smash their UK tour too. They’re most definitely a touring band, whose music is meant to be heard live.
11 years since her debut self-titled release, Hollie Cook returns in 2022 with a brand new album ‘Happy Hour’. Her personal brand of “tropical pop” is a delight to witness, and we were glad to see her bring it to Glastonbury Festival this year. There’s plenty of opportunity to see Hollie Cook live in the coming months. She’s performing at a number of UK festivals, as well as heading out on a headlining tour in October.
Via a couple of flawless EPs, Holly Humberstone has projected herself to become one of the most exciting acts in the UK right now. Teasing her debut album for later this year, be one of the first to hear it on her UK wide tour across November and December. Tickets are selling fast so be sure to catch this run of dates before she goes on to sell out arenas in the not too distant future!
Honeyglaze are one of the breakthrough acts of 2022! With stunning performances opening for Wet Leg earlier in the year twinned with their debut album dropping via Speedy Wunderground, the trio will be building on their success with a handful more live shows! Grab final tickets now!
The multi-platinum sensations, The Hoosiers were back on stage at Glastonbury this year playing to crowds of the Avalon Stage. With absolute classics such as ‘Worried About Ray’ against their name, the duo are no strangers to festivals and a huge crowd. Don’t miss your chance to see them playing in Shrewsbury and London this year!
R&B soul rising star Hope Tala has only been in the industry for around 5 years, dropping her amazing debut EP ‘Starry Ache’ in October 2018 and has since followed this up with two more EP’s and her most recent single ‘Party Sickness.’ She made her first ever appearance at Glasto on the Lonely Hearts Club Stage last week and we’re sure she’ll be back again. You can also catch the 24-year-old at Latitude Festival this July, so book your tickets now.
Over the last 18 years, Hot Chip have established themselves among similar British luminaries like Pet Shop Boys and Depeche Mode — a true gap-bridging between the worlds of pop and dance music, with a catalogue of songs that move bodies and touch hearts with equal impact. This September, the dance outfit will perform four consecutive dates at London’s O2 Academy Brixton, as well as visiting a few more festivals in the meantime.
Dublin indie-rockers Inhaler enjoyed a monumental 2021 and carried on their fine form into 2022 with a stellar performance at Glastonbury. Not content with coasting along and collecting the plaudits, they’ll be heading straight back out on the road opening for Kings of Leon and a slot at NOS Alive!
Bristol based collective Ishmael Ensemble brought their unique blend of electronic jazz to the fields of Worthy Farm last weekend, and we just could not get enough. We would highly recommend catching these live while you can. Thankfully, they’ve got a couple more festivals left in them this year, including We Out Here Festival in Cambridgeshire and Forwards Festival in Bristol.
South Londoner Jamie T took to the John Peel stage this year at Glastonbury, marking his second headline appearance in the tent. After a 5-year hiatus he returned to the stage in May, performing an intimate show at London’s Subterenia and earlier this month released new single ‘St George Wharf Tower’ from his hotly awaited new album ‘The Theory of Whatever.’ Following his legendary Glasto set, the exciting star has just announced a huge UK tour for this November. Grab your tickets!
Liverpudlian singer-songwriter Jamie Webster certainly bought his folk-tinged rock & roll sound to his set on the Left Field stage at Glastonbury this year. With the release of his second album, ‘Moments’ earlier this year in January, Jamie also confirmed he’ll play a run of headline shows across the UK this November kicking off in Bristol and ending in his hometown, Liverpool. Don’t miss out on tickets.
Following the recent release of her latest single, ‘Oblique City’, talented folk singer and guitarist Jane Weaver took to William’s Green at Worthy Farm this year in what can only be described as a psychedelic pop performance for the senses. Jane will take to the stage again later this year in two performances at The Crescent, York and Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre, along with more festival appearances on the horizon. Take a look at where you can see Jane live and book your tickets.
With the announcement of her hotly anticipated new album, ‘Order of Romance’, out in September, folk, pop-experimental singer and guitarist Jesca Hoop played a headline set on William’s Green at this year’s Glasto! And she even managed to sneak onto the huge Pyramid Stage to perform with Elbow. That’s not enough for Jesca… she’s back out on the road this winter and you can book tickets to see her. Don’t miss out!
Known for her food podcast presented with her mum, titled ‘Table Manners With Jessie & Lennie Ware’, Jessie Ware began her career in music. With her popular bop “Wildest Moments” peaking in the UK Charts back in 2012. Fresh off the back off supporting Harry Styles at his Chicago date of his ‘Love On Tour’ tour, Jessie took to the The Park at this years Glastonbury with an amazing performance. And she’s not done with festivals yet. You can get tickets to see her at MEO KALORAMA Festival in Lisbon this September!
Having just dropped his latest dancefloor anthem, ‘Pinky Ring’ in March this year, electronic musician Joy Orbison took to Glastonbury’s Iicon stage to give the crowd a high energy, house, garage and electro set. Joy received great acclaim for his debut single, ‘Hyph Mngo’, released back in 2009 with worldwide airplay and floorplay. You can catch him at various other festivals in the UK this Autumn, if you missed out on his Glasto set.
With the release of their sophomore album, ‘Heart Under’ in May 2022, Irish indie relative newcomers Just Mustard opened the John Peel stage on Sunday at this year’s Glasto. Playing tunes from their second album and their self-produced and recorded debut album, they took the crowd by storm. Don’t miss out on seeing them on tour this September!
Spoken word artist Kae Tempest has been playing Glastonbury in one way or another for at least 10 years, however this year they took to The Other Stage for a special headline session. With their fourth studio album, ‘The Line Is a Curve’ released to great reviews and touted as “painting a contemporary UK culture in imagistic, intricately wrought verse”, they are also set to appear at Forwards Bristol in September this year. Don’t miss out on tickets!
With second album ‘Sound of the Morning’ on the horizon, Katy J Pearson is one of the brightest singer-songwriters of recent years. Her debut album, ‘Return’, is filled with indie-folk classics such as ‘Something Real’, ‘Beautiful Soul’ and ‘Take Back The Radio’. Hear hits from both albums live across the whole of September – tickets on sale now!
Following the release of brand new album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’, Kendrick Lamar has confirmed live plans across the UK this November. The huge arena shows – titled ‘The Big Steppers Tour’ – are certain to cement the multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning artist’s status as one of the most exciting and important acts in the world right now
On Friday, Khruangbin brought their hypnotic grooves to the Park stage, with the audience floating along to their fusion of soul, dub, rock and psychedelia. With Laura Lee on bass, Mark Speer on guitar and Donald ‘DJ’ Johnson on drums, they put on a mesmerising show, with a surprise addition of their co-collaborator Leon Bridges. If you missed them at Glasto, don’t worry, you can grab tickets now to see them on Saturday at the brand new Forwards Festival in Bristol this September!
Following up from releasing his long-awaited debut album ‘Reason To Smile’ earlier this year, Kojey radical will also be headlining Manchester’s Albert Hall on 6th April as well as London’s legendary O2 Academy Brixton on 7th April. Grab your tickets now for your chance to catch one of the UK’s most influential musical voices.
Playing a set at 11:30am would be unheard of from The Libertines 10 years ago. They’d turn up late, sometimes barely standing, but now they’re on time and tighter than ever. Delivering hit after hit from their back catalogue while Pete and Carl once again face each other while they sing into the mic is captivating, and gives the sense that nothing has changed after all. You almost forget it was 11:30 am and instead 11:30 pm with how the crowd just got enthralled into the songs. If you didn’t get the chance to see them at Glastonbury, you can catch them as they play throughout the UK in July – August!
After a whirlwind year off the back of her latest album ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’, the Brit award winning, Mercury nominated London rapper who is setting the bar for British rap headlined the West Holts stage on Friday night. Bringing electrifying drama to the stage, she captivated the crowd from start to finish with her blend of soul and rap and her raw lyricism and flow. She is no doubt heading for a Glastonbury Pyramid headline slot in her future, but until then don’t miss her performance at Forwards Bristol this September!
Fresh off the back of the release of her latest single, ‘So Sorry’, hotly tipped rising star, Lola Young set the Lonely Hearts Club Stage at Worthy Farm on fire this year. Her soulful voice making her an electrifying performer. This isn’t the first time Lola has wowed everyone, she did so for the first time when she was the voice behind the John Lewis Christmas advert last year. You can still get tickets to see Lola live this summer in Cardiff and Sussex. Get booking!
Indie pop outfit The Magic Gang have gone from strength to strength since bursting onto the scene with double A side single ‘Alright’/’No Fun’ back in 2015! Now two albums deep, the Brighton quartet are firm favourites and regulars on the live stage. Catch them this summer at Live at Central and Float Along!
Since their self-titled debut album was released back in 2005, The Magic Numbers have been responsible for some of the most catchy and memorable indie hits of the past decade and a half. Regularly offering career spanning setlists, The Magic Numbers return this summer at Cornbury Festival and Beautiful Days for two spectacular sets! Pick up tickets now!
With an almost two decade career, this year saw McFly’s long overdue debut appearance at Worthy Farm and it was worth the wait! Their set at the Avalon Stage saw them celebrate their greatest hits spanning the last couple of decades, and resulted in one of the most joyful sets full of wholesome moments from a band who were truly ecstatic to be there. If you missed it, you can catch them in Bridlington and Doncaster this summer for some special headline shows!
Megan McKenna made her Glastonbury debut this weekend, marking the biggest moment of her career so far! She kicked off the final day at the Acoustic Stage which was also home to the likes of The Waterboys, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott and The Undertones for the weekend. She is proving herself as a real one to watch with her country music, and if you missed her at Glasto then you can catch her supporting Tom Jones this July in Carlisle!
Not only did the former Spice Girl perform a DJ set to a massive crowd at the William’s Green stage ahead of Michael Eavis and Bastille’s performances, but she also made an unlikely surprise appearance. She teamed up with indie band Blossoms over on the Other Stage on Friday afternoon performing ‘Spice Up Your Life’ – after all, what would Glastonbury be without the unexpected? You can see her at various events over the Summer including Depot In The Castle and Pub In The Park, don’t miss out!
With seven albums to their name, Metronomy have been making waves since forming in 1999. On Saturday they brought their electro-indie sound to the Other Stage for a five-star performance, gliding through hit after hit with their hooky instrumentals and their addictive melodies. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones in the crowd, then don’t fear, you can grab your tickets to see them at Super Bock Super Rock and Bluedot Festival later this year!
Welsh soul singer Nia Wyn has been catching the eye of many since the release of her debut EP ‘I Can’t Ruin’ in 2020. Her latest incredible drop being EP ‘Magical Thinking’ which was released only last week. Nia followed the release with a headline performance on the Avalon stage at Glasto this year. If you missed her, don’t worry you can catch her in Lytham and London this July.
Following the release of his latest album ‘Shout Out! To Freedom’ back in 2021, the Leeds born, Ibiza based DJ and producer returned to Glastonbury to show everyone how It’s done. Bringing to the stage a live band including violinists, he brought songs from his iconic albums ‘Smokers Delight’, ‘Carboot Sound’ and more to life, giving Glasto goers a meditative Saturday afternoon. Don’t miss him live at KOKO London later this summer, grab your tickets now!
West London singer/songwriter Nilufer Yanya has achieved widespread critical acclaim for her music. Earlier this year she released her third album ‘PAINLESS’ which continued to prove her status as one to watch. Her fusions of indie pop/rock with soul, jazz and psychedelia is just as good recorded as it is live, which she demonstrated across two Glastonbury performances at the Williams Green and BBC Music Introducing stages. Don’t miss her supporting Bombay Bicycle Club at South Facing Festival this August!
Having recently won best British newcomer at Kerrang! Awards, it was no surprise that new-nu-metal duo Nova Twins played an encapsulating set at Glastonbury. The pair brought brilliant energy and highlighted how they’re one of the fiercest bands on the scene. They spit bullet-quick verses with raw screeches, paired with heavily distorted bass guitar and driving drums as they bounce around on stage. If you have not seen them before, you should grab tickets to see them in London and Manchester this November.
Groove driven jazz collective Nubiyan Twist really bought their infectious rhythm and sound to the West Holts Stage at Glastonbury this year. The 10 piece live show featuring a horn section, vocalists, electronics and an international rhythm section really created an unforgettable experience at the festival. Since releasing their debut album in 2017 they’ve received great tout from the jazz and hip-hop industry. You can still catch them at Last Time Out Festival this July.
Shaking off the shackles of dusty dogma, Oh My God! It’s The Church is a truly unique take on what a modern church service could be and they bought their up-tempo, light hearted performance to the Avalon Stage at this years Glasto. Want to join in with the party? You can still grab tickets to see them at Hardwick Festival in Durham this August.
Described as “one of the hottest UK bands” by BBC Radio 2, the Old Dirty Brasstards certainly bought the energy to their Glasto set on William’s Green this year. Known for their exhilarating powerhouse performances they are no strangers to festivals. Don’t miss your chance to catch them in Northampton later this year in November!
Former Maccabees frontman and successful solo artist Orlando Weeks has announced a string of UK tour dates across November 2022! Earlier this year, Orlando released his second solo studio album ‘Hop Up’, a fitting addition to Weeks’ increasingly eclectic discography, each release taking us through life’s circuitous stages. Tickets for Orlando Weeks are available now!
This electronic brother duo are known for their infectious sound and live shows, bring their pioneering, boundary pushing 90s rave, trance and breakbeat to the floor. This year they featured on the Silver Hayes programme at Glastonbury alongside the likes of Nia Archives, Leon Vynehall and many more pioneers in the electronic scene. They have plenty more live shows this year including their own tour, We Out Here and Forwards where you can expect a mesmerising performance!
Pa Salieu has established himself as a pioneering voice in British music. The London based, Coventry born rapper’s debut album ‘Send Them To Coventry’ offers compelling tales of his upbringing, which received critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork and NME as well as a solid fan base. This year was his first Glasto, where he brought ridiculous energy to the John Peel stage. If you missed him you can catch him at MADE festival or at KOKO later this August.
Iconic pair Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott are musical powerhouses and their headline performance on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury on Friday evening sure was great, reminding the festival-goers of some classic tunes. If you want to catch them live this year, why not book tickets for their St. Helens or Doncaster stadium shows this July.
Stornoway three-piece Peat and Diesel have come a long way from playing tunes to just the cat and dog. Now selling out Glasgow’s iconic Barrowlands in one day as well as over 7,000 tickets across their debut tour in January 2020 Peat and Diesel are back at it with a string of shows in London, Yorkshire and Glasgow. Tickets available now!
The legendary Pet Shop Boys have just announced brand new 2023 UK dates for their critically acclaimed and sold-out tour, “Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live”! They will head to OVO Arena Wembley, P&J Live in Aberdeen, M&S Bank Arena Liverpool and First Direct Arena Leeds for what promises to be a night to remember.
Since the release of sophomore record ‘Punisher’, Phoebe Bridgers has grown into a worldwide phenomena. With sold out tour dates across the whole of the UK and USA and one of the most artistically brilliant sets across Glastonbury 2022, the California songstress continues her UK & EU festival schedule with performances at NOS Alive and Latitude this July. Remaining tickets are available now.
Alt-rock outfit Pigsx7 have enjoyed a phenomenal rise over the past couple of years. Garnering supporting via countless tours, festival slots and three albums since 2017; the Newcastle formed band remain ‘ones to watch’ a decade since their formation – be sure to catch them live this summer!
Part of DIY Magazine’s ‘Class of 2022’, Manchester quartet combine dance beats and indie hooks to offer a unique blend of floor-filling instant classics. Catapulted to the mainstream via a ‘White Noise’ cover (which Disclosure praised), they’ve since gone on to feature on plenty of ‘ones to watch’ lists – see the hype for yourself, pick up tickets to their tour here.
Porridge Radio are one of the most vital new voices in alternative music, having gone from being darlings of the DIY underground to one of the UK’s most thrilling bands in the space of less than a year. Make sure you catch their barbed wit, lacerating intensity and potent blend of art-rock, indie-pop and post-punk on their tour later this year!
Primal Scream’s Summer 2022 tour commemorates the 30th anniversary of their influential and acclaimed landmark album ‘Screamadelica’, widely regarded as one of the most influential albums of the last 30 years. Don’t miss out on the chance to see the British music legends as they play in a number of stunning outdoor venues this summer.
Folk music legend Richard Thompson has been in the game for over four decades with a total of 18 solo studio albums to his name and has continued to write new material and perform all across the world. Following his appearance at Worthy Farm on the Acoustic Stage this year, the musician will embark on a number of UK shows this summer. So, don’t miss out on tickets.
Daughter of The Proclaimers’ Craig Reid, Roseanne Reid is a relatively new voice in the folk-indie scene. Her debut EP Horticulture written and home-recorded during the pandemic dropped in 2021 and surprised and won over listeners, her soul and authenticity capturing audiences. More recently she’s celebrated her success with a headline performance on the Acoustic Stage at Glasto and will support fellow folk songstress, Martha Wainwright on tour in Folkestone this July. Be sure to grab tickets.
Felix Clary Weatherall aka Ross From Friends is an electronic music producer specialising in his own fine-tuned brand of techno and house music. Having been noted as ‘one to watch’ from the very start of his career in 2018, the DJ has already taken to huge festivals like Coachella, Sonar and more recently the Sonic Stage at Glasto. He follows this up with a tour of his own this December and you can still get tickets to rave the night away with him.
One of the UK’s greatest dance music acts Rudimental will be playing a DJ set at Dreamland Margate‘s iconic outdoor scenic stage in August this year. Melding Drum ‘n’ Bass with infectious pop hooks Rudimental have some of the UK’s biggest selling records of the last decade under their belt, so expect a colossal party with this iconic dance act.
Sad Night Dynamite have fast become of the UK’s most exciting, and unusual breakout bands, quickly winning audiences worldwide. In the wake of the release of their acclaimed second mixtape, ‘Volume II’, the pair tore up the Lonely Hearts Club stage at Glastonbury last week and are set to embark on their own tour this October as well as make an appearance at Bluedot Festival in Macclesfield this July. Don’t miss out on your tickets.
Iconic pop-rock band Scouting For Girls are no strangers to huge performances in front of big crowds with a jam-packed festival appearance schedule for 2022 followed by their own tour in the autumn, we’re sure there’s many of you that can’t resist bopping you heads along to their iconic discography, like us. The band gave a very special performance on the Acoustic stage at Glastonbury last week too! Grab your tickets to see them live this year.
To follow up the release of their second album, ‘Homesick’, indie sweethearts Sea Girls are making moves in the industry as the band played a roaring set on the Other Stage at Worthy Farm on Sunday afternoon. The four-piece will also be playing NOS Alive Festival this July in Lisbon before setting out on their own tour at the end of the year. Don’t miss out on tickets.
Self Esteem isn’t shy and this was certainly backed up by her ground-shaking performance on the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury this year. Turning heads with her outfit choice – a nod to her hometown, Sheffield – her high energetic, high-octane performance certainly delivered. Having just released ‘Prima Facie (Original Theatre Soundtrack)’ you can catch the icon at Forwards Bristol and on her own tour in February and March 2023. Book now!
Looking for a band that is uniquely different? Look no further than She Drew The Gun. Their psych pop discography and style has mesmerised audiences and fans with singles receiving wide radio play and tout. Having won Glastonbury’s Emerging Artists competition in 2015, the four-piece this year rocked out the Greenpeace Stage and are also set make appearances at various other events and festivals in Leeds, Nottingham, Manchester & London later this year. Grab your tickets today.
UK born country duo The Shires are a true country fan-favourite and we were so pleased to see them on the Glasto line up this year performing on the Acoustic Stage: especially after their amazing rendition of Adele’s ‘Easy On Me’, recorded at he iconic Maida Vale last week for BBC Radio 2. Maybe you’ll hear it for yourself, alongside all of their greatest hits, when they perform live across the country later this year. Catch them at Cornbury Festival, Latitude Festival, supporting Tears For Fears & Tom Jones, or headlining shows this August!
Rapper, DJ, singer-songwriter and label co-head, is there anything Shygirl can’t do? With debut album ‘Nymph’ set for release later this year, the East London creative has been one of the rising stars of the past couple of years since ‘Alias’ dropped in 2020 and brilliantly intertwines bassline, garage, dancehall and trap. You can catch Shygirl at the Albert Hall in Manchester on the 2nd December.
Since her ascent to pop stardom in 2017, Sigrid has achieved every accolade a young artist from a small town off the coast of Norway could ever have imagined, lighting up the stage with her non-conformist and progressive attitudes to the femininity in pop. Don’t miss your chance to grab your tickets for Sigrid’s tour later this year.
Fresh from the release of her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Time Bend and Break the Bower’, Sinead O’Brien heads out across the UK this October. Celebrated by the likes of NME, DIY Mag and more – O’Brien’s album is certain to rank high on AOTY lists so be sure to catch her in these intimate venues before it is too late. Tickets are available now.
Nottingham’s post-punk legends Sleaford Mods have been performing all over the country since releasing their latest album ‘Spare Ribs’ back in early 2021. They toured extensively in the UK to raucous crowds, and headed to Worthy Farm last week to perform a brilliant set, that even featured up-and-comer Billy Nomates. If you want to catch them live again, head to Bristol’s Forwards Festival this September.
Last year The Snuts’ debut LP ‘W.L.’ topped the UK’s Official Albums Chart, which was the first time in 14 years that a Scottish band has scored a UK Number One album. This year they’ve announced the release of their second album ‘Burn The Empire’ due out on October 7th 2022. We got to hear some of the new songs live during their Glastonbury performance, which the crowd lapped up. They’re due to play numerous UK shows this summer, including Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival, and being support for Kings Of Leon and Jamie Webster.
Berlin-based, Peruvian DJ Sofia Kourtesis hit Glastonbury with what the NME called a “heart-warming and rave-inspiring” set on the Sonic Stage this year, and it’s left us wanting more. Sofia Kourtesis has a set scheduled at Bluedot Festival this July, and will be heading to the capital in October for a headlining show at London’s Lafayette.
Renowned house music DJ, Sonny Fodera’s masterful mixing in the booth has led to sold out tours worldwide and he will be back in the UK later this year following his brilliant Glastonbury set. Tickets are still available so grab yours before they’re all gone!
North London indie rockers Sorry have been gaining momentum since releasing their debut studio album ‘925’ in 2020. Having released their debut at the beginning of the pandemic, their performance at Glastonbury Festival may have been the first time many fans have heard these tracks live. If you sadly missed out, then get yourself down to London this November for their headline show at Electric Brixton.
One of Britain’s most exciting breakthrough bands of recent years, Sports Team’s vivid vignettes of modern Britain and inspections of the follies, foibles and frustrations of youth have earned them an impassioned fanbase, a real community who come together at the band’s infamously electrifying live shows. Luckily, they have just announced a run of live shows across the UK this October! The shows will follow the release of their new album ‘Gulp!’ due for release this July.
Having won Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Recording Package, we can’t wait for St Vincent’s upcoming shows! You can catch the musician, singer, songwriter, actress and producer on her headline UK tour including dates in Oxford, Manchester, and Bexhill!
Jazz collective Steam Down have been described as “furiously energetic” by the Guardian, so it is unsurprising that their set on the Greenpeace stage was a welcome sound shift for the crowd at this year’s Glastonbury. If you missed it, you’ll be able to catch them again at Good Vibrations Society and Naked City Festival. Tickets on sale now.
With one of the busiest and most impressive sets of Glastonbury 2022, Sugababes rolled back the years to a packed out Avalon! With a tour announced the week before their set, we are so excited to hear the likes of ‘About You Now’ and ‘Push The Button’ at shows across the UK across October and November.
Supergrass returned to Glastonbury this year for a performance on The Other Stage – 27 years since their first visit to Worthy Farm. Still sounding as fresh and exciting as more than a quarter-of-a-century-ago, we can’t wait to see them again this summer at Pub In The Park and Splendour. Pick up tickets here to hear indie floorfiller ‘Alright’ and more!
Folk inspired singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega has been consistently releasing exciting new music since coming to prominence in the 1980s. Next February she presents ‘An intimate Evening of Songs and Stories’ across the UK. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to hear her songs like never before. Final tickets on sale now.
Since his first solo endeavour in 2003, Tim Burgess has gone on to be one of the most innovative performers of a generation with six albums, countless tours and an impressive amount of balancing acts between being The Charlatans‘ frontman, Listening Party host and activist for a fairer environment for his fellow musicians. Catch him at an intimate venue this November!
The English singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter, better known for the hits ‘Glad to Be Gay’, ‘2-4-6-8 Motorway’, and ‘Don’t Take No for an Answer’, heads across the UK this autumn following his Avalon Stage set at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Pick up your tickets now for a career spanning set with hand-picked tracks from over 20 albums.
Derry punk rockers The Undertones are legendary for their raucous hits such as ‘Teenage Kicks’ and ‘My Perfect Cousin’. Throughout their illustrious career they have toured across the world, released six studio albums and remained one of the most popular and successful acts in Irish history. Catch them live in autumn 2022 and spring 2023, plus at Rebellion Festival this August!
Featuring experimental/psychedelic musician, Kavus Torabi, multi instrumentalist and luthier Michael York and snooker favourite (and Modular Synth entusiast) Steve Davis – The Utopia Strong were formed in 2018 after an improvised and revelatory session together. Hear their craft for yourself at various dates between June and October.
Walt Disco are a band who defy all convention to create a world of their own, truly like no other. Their fearless, unique pop songs are created without constraint, with a message of self expression at the very core of everything they do. Catch them live this summer alongside Primal Scream in London and Manchester.
Warmduscher have never taken to the term “supergroup”, but it’s safe to say that their unique, potent blend of raw musicianship, down ‘n’ dirty rock riffs and devil-may-care party attitude was borne from the union of all of your post-punk favourites. Grab your tickets to see them at Manchester Psych Fest and on their headline tour!
Legendary folk favourites The Waterboys are responsible for some of the most iconic hits of all time – including ‘The Whole of the Moon’. Following a magnificent acoustic performance at Glastonbury, they’re heading to Cornbury Festival and taking classic tracks ‘This Is The Sea’, ‘Be My Enemy’ and ‘The Pan Within’ with them for what is sure to be a superb evening.
Named after a Chinese supermarket in their native Manchester, WH Lung were one of the stand-out acts from Glastonbury and we can’t wait to relive it all over again with slots at Endless Summer, Float Along Festival and Live at Leeds! If you can’t make those festivals, fear not because they’re heading across the UK later in the year.
After a truly mind-blowing set at Glasto last weekend, Wilkinson is set to perform at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena this summer alongside dance pioneers Chase & Status for what promises to be one a legendary evening of electronic music. Best known for iconic hits such as ‘Afterglow’, Wilkinson’s reputation as one of the most exciting live performers has been backed up time and time again. Grab final tickets here.
Singer-songwriter Will Varley is no stranger to the life of touring. Consistently honing his craft throughout the width and breadth of the UK and beyond for over a decade, Varley returns to his natural place on the live stage this summer, following his Greenpeace set at Glastonbury. Only a handful of tickets remain for his headline performance at the stunning St. Mary’s Church in Cottingham, plus you can see him at Nottingham’s Foolhardy Folk Festival!
Yard Act have built a sound that ties together observations from all walks of modern British life with slick instrumentation. Since 2020 they’ve released a flawless run of singles, EPs and most recently their highly anticipated debut album ‘The Overload’. If you didn’t catch them at Glastonbury’s Left Field, hear them live across November and December later this year.
2022 is set to be a major year for the singer-songwriter. Following her incredible Glastonbury set, her homecoming concerts will follow a major US headline run spanning more than 40 dates, and mark Yola’s anticipated return to the UK live stage as her first UK headlining performance since 2019.
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