What To Do In 2022
What To Do In 2022. 2022 could not come quick enough. You may think we are getting ahead of ourselves, but here at The Guide we are, as always, all about the positives and we are looking forward to what this year has in store.
From Carlisle to Millom and everywhere in between there are lots and lots of events, festivals and gigs lined up for 22 and we cannot wait. Let’s face it, after the last few years we’ve all had, we deserve to have some fun and just really appreciate what a great place Cumbria really is.
This year there are festivals planned across the county, tickets are already on sale for many of them with Line-ups being released as the year goes on. Here’s a sprinkling of what’s to come.
Keswick Mountain Festival
Keswick Mountain Festival is back with more music, sports events and camping than ever before. Set amongst the fells that surround Derwentwater, this festival brings outdoor sports and music festivals together.
Their line up includes Ferocious dog, Hope and Social, Batala Samba, Huey Morgan and loads more!
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Cumbria’s number one micro-festival will be going ahead this year. This gorgeous little festival takes place nestled in the Eskdale valley. There is a heavy focus on art and music with some of the best local musicians alongside some big names.
For information on tickets and their line-up visit: www.eskfest.com
Kendal Calling is a nationally renowned music festival and has previously showcased some of the biggest names in the music industry and this year they have gone all out with one of their best ever line ups. The likes of Stereophonics, The Streets, Tom Grennan, Vaccines, Sports team, and loads more to be announced.
For information on tickets and the full announced line up visit: Kendalcalling.co.uk
Solfest is one of the county’s biggest family festivals. Each year they make a huge effort to accommodate and entertain children as well as showcasing some great music. With their huge site they have stages that cater to all music tastes, from folk to funk there is something for everyone!
Their Line-up will be announced in the coming months: www.Solfest.co.uk
As well as festivals there are also some big names hitting our towns. Carlisle is set to play host to the likes of Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murrs and Paloma Faith in July and other well known names heading our way are Jimmy Carr, Paul Wellar, Diversity and lots more.
This year really is set to be one to remember, and hopefully we’ll all get the chance to enjoy it together again. Happy New Year Cumbria!Share It: