Get Together Festival Announces First Names For 2022

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The first wave of artists has been revealed for Get Together Festival 2022, taking place on the Sunday 1st May Bank Holiday at Sheffield University. The festival celebrates the best in independent music, art, food and drink, and it was commended last year for its variety and diversity in genres as it fortunately managed to take place during a year of uncertainty.

The South Yorkshire festival returns bigger and better than before, with over double the number of stages this year, all within 5 minutes walk of one another. The main stage will be headlined by Squid, fresh from the release of their stellar debut album, “Bright Green Field”. Also appearing in May are Confidence Man, The Murder Capital, Goat Girl and Pip Blom, amongst an array of talented up and coming artists (see below).

Not only will you be able to scout out your new favourite band at Get Together, but you can also indulge in the popular garden area of the festival, which will become a beer and cider festival in 2022. Get Together promises some outstanding craft beers, real ales, pilsners, ciders and gins for you try on the day.

Sheffield will also be treated to some of the best independent and local street food traders, offering menus from around the world. The area surrounding all the stages will be filled with art and activities, so you won’t be stuck for things to do throughout the day.

Tickets are available from 10am on Friday. Keep an eye on our website and socials as we’ll send a reminder as part of our Friday Ticket Releases with links to purchase!

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