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Splendour Festival 2022: When bands and artists will perform

today28 June 2022

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Splendour Festival is set to return to Wollaton Park for the first time since 2019. The festival will this year, for the very first time, take place over two days: Saturday and Sunday, July 23 and 24.

This year has one of the strongest line-ups including performances from Anne-Marie, Richard Ashcroft, Supergrass and Craig David. This week also saw a number of additional performances announced for the fringe stage and also comedians who will take to the comedy stage.

It can be really difficult to plan what to do with your weekend and who to see as there are so many different acts to choose from. While there are some unmissable performances from huge acts such as Melanie C or Richard Ashcroft, there are a number of smaller ones worth catching if you can.

Read more: Major announcement for Splendour 2022 as more performers confirmed for festival

This will also be the first time that visitors will be able to buy individual tickets for the different days. A weekend pass costs £85 without booking fees while a day pass for either Saturday or Sunday will cost £56. There are a number of VIP tickets available at £150 although some of the VIP day passes have already sold out.



Splendour festival 2019 at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.
Splendour festival 2019 at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.

Nottingham residents can check if they are eligible for a discounted rate which will reduce the weekend pass to £75 while a day pass will be £46. If you are considering a day pass or simply drawing up plans on which artist to see, here is our guide to what to watch on what day.



Splendour Festival 2018 at Wollaton Hall, Nottingham. Paloma Faith performs on the main stage.
Splendour Festival 2018 at Wollaton Hall, Nottingham. Paloma Faith performs on the main stage.

Saturday

There are five different stages to explore on Saturday including the main stage, Confetti Stage, Fringe Stage, Courtyard and comedy stage. The times are yet to be released but will be available nearer the time.

The artists performing on the main stage include Richard Ashcroft, Supergrass, Craig David presents TS5, Becky Hill, Heather Small, Jerub, Tori Sheard and Nusic Competition Winner.

Over on the Confetti Stage, the musicians will include The Vamps, Belinda Carlisle, The Selecter, Sleeper, Cucamaras, Vona Vella, Marvin’s Revenge and Celestines. The Courtyard stage will feature Midnight Rodeo, Concrete Rose, The Crying Violets, Jess Breame, Chloe Rodgers, Alice Robbins, Remy CB, Sancho Panza and BLLE.

If you need a break from all the music and fancy catching an alternative performance then there are a number of shows on the Fringe Stage including Nottingham’s favourite karaoke night, Bamalamasingsong. The other performers include The Edi Johnston Bit, Loving Rebellion Yoga, Salsa Bae, Mrs Green and Nottingham School of Samba. There will also be a comedy stage including live performances from Paul McCaffrey, Steve Royle, Susan Murray, Howard Read, Scott Bennett and Mark Simons.



VIP at Splendour Festival
VIP at Splendour Festival

Sunday

The five different stages will see all-new performances on the second day. The times are yet to be released but will be available nearer the event. The artists performing on the main stage include Anne-Marie, The Human League, Razorlight, Melanie C, The Magic Numbers, Beka, Deco and the Nusic Competition Winner. Over on the Confetti Stage, the musicians will include Ocean Colour Scene, Happy Mondays, Example, We Are Scientists, The Skinner Brothers, The Black White, Bee-Sides and Left Hand Lane.

The Courtyard stage will feature Aaron Smith, Coach Party, Tash Bird, Joey Knight, Melonyx, Drive Through Hazy and Lajay. The comedy stage will include Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre, Lindsey Santoro, Duncan Oakley, Micky P. Kerr, Daliso Chaponda and Karren Bayley. The Fringe Stage will see Fat Digester, Salsa Bae, Fringe Poetry, Radio Octav and Nottingham School of Samba.

The festival also brings together several of Nottingham’s best-loved food and drink vendors to give festival fans a wide choice of places to eat. Everything is on offer from burgers to fish and chips with plenty of veggie or vegan options. There will also be a number of beer tents dotted around the park.

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