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The best music festivals in London in 2022

Mighty Hoopla, Lovebox and all the other London festivals that have announced events in 2022

Sarah Cohen
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Kate Lloyd
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Sarah Cohen
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There are plenty of world-class music festivals being held only a tube ride away from most Londoners. Luxurious stuff considering, after a long day of sun and debauchery, there’s nothing better than a warm shower and your own bed – especially when you’re as out of practice as we all are now. While 2021’s festival season might be over, there are already tickets available for 2022 events. So, take a look at our list of best in show. 

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The best music festivals in London 2022

  • Music

May 28

This brand-new one-dayer, in south London’s Brockwell Park, launched in 2021. It specialises in ‘leftfield indie, post-punk, electronica, techno and jazz’. Early bird tickets for 2022 cost £34.50. 

Line-up includes TBC

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  • Music festivals

June 5

Returning for a third year, this one-dayer in Brockwell Park offers a tasty combination of funk, soul and jazz sounds, plus ace street food and craft breweries. Tickets from £29.50.

Line-up includes TBC

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Lovebox
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  • Music festivals

July 16

Consistently one of the finest festivals in London, catering for cool kids and party monsters alike, Lovebox has just announced that it will be back in 2022. Next year it will be a one-day affair in Finsbury Park.

Line-up includes TBC

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  • Music
  • Pop

Sep 3-4

Mighty Hoopla is London’s biggest pure pop festival and a highlight of the LGBTQ+ summer calendar. Taking place in Brixton’s Brockwell Park for a fourth year, it welcomes an array of mostly LGBTQ+ club nights and venues including Sink the Pink and The Cocoa Butter Club, so it’s safe to assume there will be glitter. It’s expanding to become a two-day event in 2022. Tickets from £59.50 per day or £110 for both.

Line-up includes TBC

The best festivals in the UK

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