If you consider yourself to be somewhat of a festival fanatic, then last year would have been incredibly hard on you. Essentially every single festival was canceled last year due to the risks associated with coronavirus, which left a lot of us that enjoy going to festivals feeling lost.
There is nothing better than heading to a festival with friends. It’s a great way to listen to your favorite music and get to know new people, all while experiencing an environment that is like no other. There is no doubt that there is no experience comparable to going to a festival and if you agree, you will be glad to know that a lot of the festivals that you know and love will be making a comeback next year. Here are the hottest festivals set to go ahead in 2022.
You may be confused as to why this particular festival is on the list, as it did, in fact, go ahead this year. However, download went forward at a very limited capacity with all of the social distancing rules in place, which for many people made it feel as though it wasn’t the same festival that they were so used to going to.
As well as having social distancing measures in place this year, there were also fewer acts to see due to travel restrictions, which meant that a lot of acts couldn’t even get into the country. Though people were happy with how Download went this year, people are glad to hear that it will be back next year in full swing. Though the lineup has not been revealed just yet, it is predicted that this will be the best one yet to make up for the last two years.
There are also talks about moving the time of year that Download is hosted this year in order to try and avoid the heavy rainfall that people usually experience every year. Tickets for the event go on sale at the end of the year, and it is predicted that people will be rushing to get their hands on a ticket, so be sure you are quick so that you don’t miss out on a brilliant festival experience.
That’s right, get your flower headband and cbd flower ready because Coachella is back. Coachella is one of the biggest festivals in the world, and it has skyrocketed in popularity in the last few years due to the company’s relationship with popular influencers.
This event always finds a way to book some of the hottest artists, which is why so many people fight to get tickets. After two years away, Coachella promises that the next event will be the best one yet, and they promise to spend much more on booking the hottest performers right now. To make up for the time away, there is also talk of expanding the festival time, which means that you can spend even longer listening to all of the acts that you love.
If you are someone that wants to get closer to your favorite performers, you can also get a VIP pass, which will give you behind the scene access to all of the hottest acts playing next year.
This smaller festival has been making quite an impact in the music world and is finally back next year. This is one of the biggest mixed music taste festivals in England, and it is known for its many crazy stages that offer music that fits everyone’s music taste. All you need to do is walk from one stage to another, and you will go from classic 90’s cheese to new wave techno jams. This festival is held in the heart of the north such a large variety of people attend this festival every year, which means you are bound to find someone with an interesting personality that you can really gel with.
What makes this festival stand out from so many is the fact that it is held within the country hills of Lancashire, which means you can wake up every morning after a night of partying and look out into beautiful scenery, which really makes it all come together.
If you are someone that loves pop-punk music, then it is likely that you have heard of the Slam Dunk Festival. This festival celebrates all of the biggest names in pop-punk within a three-day festival.
This festival was planned to make a comeback this year but decided to reschedule for next year to avoid the social distancing limitations that would have been required. This festival believes that you aren’t really at a festival unless you are dancing around with a bunch of strangers making friends, and we can’t help but agree.