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The Cribs, The Big Moon and more join this year’s Kendal Calling lineup

Edging ever closer to its long-awaited 15th birthday, Kendal Calling has announced a new roster of names for this year’s edition.

Leading the new round of names are The Cribs, ready to bring giant singalongs to this year’s festival. They are joined by dozens of new names, from Noisy, Hot Chip Megamix, The Big Moon and Porjii to Andrew Cushin, Stanleys, Opus Kink and Apollo Junction all the way through to Low Steppa, Abbie McCarthy and more

They join an already jam-packed bill, which includes Bastille, Declan McKenna, Baby Queen, The Vaccines, The Wombats, Sea Girls, Pale Waves, Sports Team, Sophie Ellis Bextor and loads more. Look below for today’s updated festival poster.

Kendal Calling

Speaking about the new additions to the lineup and looking ahead to Kendal Calling 2022, Festival Co-Founders Andy Smith and Ben Robinson said:
“As Kendal Calling 2022 gets closer and closer, our excitement to get back to the fields continues to grow and grow – and we’re delighted to be bringing arguably our greatest lineup to date to mark our 15th Birthday, 17 years in the making! From world-renowned headliners and some of the most exciting new artists going right now, to indie royalty and festival favourites – there truly is something for everyone at Kendal Calling this year. It’s going to be one for the ages and we’re down to the last handful of tickets so If you want to join us this Summer, you best get a move on! See you in the fields x”

Taking place from the 28th-31st July in Lowther Deer Park, this year’s Kendal Calling will see the festival finally celebrate its long-awaited fifteenth edition. Tickets for Kendal Calling 2022 are nearly sold out – with just a limited number still available, starting at £178.95 (including fees). For more details, including tickets, head over to the Kendal Calling website.

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