Connect Festival announces 1st wave of Artists for 2022

Connect Music Festival has announced the line-up for their late summer event, with Massive AttackThe Chemical Brothers and The National set to headline, joined by MogwaiLittle SimzSelf EsteemJon HopkinsBlack CoffeeBonoboBombay Bicycle ClubJohn GrantLOW and Idlewild and many more from 26th – 28th August at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre.
 
Early bird tickets are available by signing up to access the Connect presale here by 9am on Thursday 24th February, before tickets go on sale on general release at 9am on Friday 25th February.

Connect Festival Line up

FRIDAY 26th August 
 
Massive Attack, Jon Hopkins, Black Coffee, John Grant, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Future Utopia, Maeve, Moses Boyd, Cloth, LVRA, Optimo (Espacio), Hammer.
 
SATURDAY 27th August
 
The Chemical Brothers, Bonobo, The Twilight Sad, Caribou, Chloe MoriondoRide playing Nowhere, LOW, Matt Maltese, Willie J Healey, Swim SchoolErol Alkan, Nightwave.
 
SUNDAY 28th August 
 
The National, Mogwai, Bombay Bicycle Club, Little Simz, Self Esteem, Black Country, New Road, Rae Morris, Idlewild playing the Remote Part, Admiral Fallow, Sudan Archives, Dehd, Hamish Hawk, Lizzie Reid, Geese, Kathleen Frances, Horse Meat Disco, Jamz Supernova, Rebecca Vasmant 
  
 
CONNECT MUSIC FESTIVAL TICKETS
 
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM  connectmusicfestival.com
 
 
General Admission day tickets £65 + booking fees
 
General Admission 3 day tickets £165 + booking fees
 
General Admission 3 day ticket on a payment plan £51 + booking fees (first instalment)
 
VIP day tickets £95 + booking fees
 
VIP 3 day tickets £240 + booking fees
 
VIP 3 day ticket on a payment plan £65 + booking fees (first instalment)
 
 
A sustainable radius presale will be available to those living within a 50-mile radius of Connect from 9am on Thursday 24th February. Details of how to access this will be posted on the Connect social channels @connectfestsco.

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM  connectmusicfestival.com


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