2022 seems to be Kasabian’s year of reckoning, ever since Tom departed the band it seems like they have a point to prove and if you attended their tour last year you know that they mean business. Their first ever festival headline set as their new line up is going to be something you don’t want to miss!
- The Reytons
These guys are taking the Yorkshire music scene by storm so if you like punk music with an attitude and a northern twang then they are the band for you.
If you want to experience one of the most exciting and well put together live bands within this genre then look no further than DMA’s, you will blown away by the sheer volume that they put out on stage and Tom’s vocals are to die for live.
Fresh off the back of their number one album, Blossoms are always a festival favourite for everyone, and with them being so high up the bill this year, you just know that they’re going to put on one hell of a show.
- The Amazons
I would say that now they are on their third album, The Amazons are very underrated nowadays, and if you want to see a band that are going to inject an insane amount of energy into their performance and also want your ears blowing off then get yourself down to their set.
- James Bay
Arguably one of the more commercial artists at the festival this year I really believe that James Bay is going to put on a performance to remember, with his soaring vocals and incredible songs you just know there’s going to be a singalong.
Courteeners are literally the kings of the North-West, need I say anymore?
If you’ve seen Inhaler live then you know why they are on this list. They are perhaps one of the best live bands on the circuit at the moment and although they are big, they’re still one for the future of this genre.
- The Bootleg Beatles
Heavily regarded as the best Beatles tributes to ever exist, and pairing that with a scouse heavy crowd, they are going to be everyone’s highlight.
- Wet Leg
Wet Leg are easily England’s biggest upcoming act at the moment so you want to see them live as much as you can before they start playing the big arenas.