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The Festival Round-Up

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It’s that time of year again to finally start planning our summers, (after a long wait) and 2022 promises a season full of music festivals, in Oxfordshire and beyond. Here, we’ve gathered a few of our favourites for you to browse through, and get booking…

KITE Festival

10-12 June

Kirtlington Park, Oxford

Nocturn Live

15-19 June

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

Cornbury Festival

8-10 July

Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire

Truck Festival

21-24 July

Hill Farm, Steventon

Wilderness Festival

4-7 August

Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

Rewind Festival

19-21 August

Henley-On-Thames

The Big Feastival

26-28 August

Alex James’ Farm, The Cotswolds

Favourites Further Afield…

Parklife Festival

11-12 June

Heaton Park, Manchester

Isle of Wight Festival

16-19 June

Seaclose Park, The Isle of Wight

Glastonbury Festival

22-26 June

Worthy Farm, Pilton

Latitude Festival

21-24 July

Henham Park, Suffolk

Camp Bestival

28-31 July

Lulworth Castle, Dorset

Y Not Festival

29-31 July

Pikehall, Derbyshire

Boardmasters

10-14 August

Trebelsue Farm, Cornwall

Green Man Festival

18-21 August

Beacons, Wales

Reading Festival

26-28 August

Richfield Avenue, Reading

Keep an eye on oxmag.co.uk for any 2022 festival updates.

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