Camp Bestival 2022: line up for Shropshire and Dorset festivals, Weston Park and Lulworth dates - tickets

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Camp Bestival presents not one but two festivals in 2022 - here’s who is on the line-up

Camp Bestival has confirmed it is returning to Lulworth Castle on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast in 2022, as well as announcing a twin festival for this year’s edition.

For the first time in its 20+ year history, Camp Bestival will take place across two locations, much like the Reading and Leeds festivals do.

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Alongside its usual Dorset home, Camp Bestival will also be operating in Shropshire’s Weston Park, once the site of the now defunct V Festival.

Here is everything you need to know about it.

When is Camp Bestival?

Camp Bestival has confirmed it is returning to its usual home of Lulworth Castle from Thursday 28 July to Sunday 31 July 2022.

While Camp Bestival is hosting a second, twin festival, it won’t be taking place on the same weekend.

The dates of the Weston Park festival are Thursday 18 August to Sunday 21 August 2022.

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Who is playing?

The festival line-ups across the two weeks vary slightly, though retain many of the same acts.

In Dorset, topping the weekend’s musical bill are baritone troubadour Rag'n'Bone Man, sub bass surfers Rudimental, and a disco triumvirate featuring Sister Sledge, Kool and The Gang, and the Earth, Wind & Fire Experience featuring Al McKay.

There’s even more music, including Razorlight, Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Kitchen Disco, Example, Shed Seven, Jo Whiley's 90s Anthems, Faithless (DJ Set), The Proclaimers, and Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon.

In Shropshire, Fatboy Slim heads up the myriad musical treats that also include Rag'n'Bone Man and chic chanteuse Becky Hill as headliners.

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More music across the weekend comes courtesy of Example, Sara Cox, Mae Muller, Shed Seven, Faithless (DJ Set), Scouting For Girls, The Proclaimers, and Heather Small among many others.

For more information on the Dorset line-up head here, while more names for the Shropshire running order can be found here

How do I get tickets?

Tickets for both festivals go on general sale from 10am on Friday 28 January.

To receive a link to buy tickets, sign up to Camp Bestival’s mailing list, though the festival’s official ticket agent will be Ticketmaster.

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How much are tickets?

Tickets for the weekend event cost £190 for adults (those aged 18 and over), £140 for 13 to 17-year olds.

Kids aged 10 to 12-years old can get a weekend ticket for £115, while it is £95 for those ages five to nine-years old, and £75 for those four and under.

Babes in arms (classed as one-year old or under) go free, though they will still need a ticket.

These can be ordered at the same time as when you buy your other tickets, or can be added free of charge to an existing ticket order if needed by contacting Ticketmaster or your point of purchase.

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