BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2022: Lineup and how to get last remaining tickets

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Harry Styles will perform at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. (Getty Images for The Recording A)
Harry Styles will perform at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. (Getty Images for The Recording A)

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend music festival is just weeks away, and organisers have announced today that Harry Styles will headline.

The news comes as Styles is also confirmed to perform at the Capital Summertime Ball in Wembley in June, ahead of his UK tour.

While most tickets for the Radio 1 festival have already been sold, Harry Styles fans have one more chance to get their hands on tickets this evening.

Find out everything you need to know about BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend below, including how to get tickets.

When is BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend?

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend will take place on Friday, May 27, Saturday, May 28, and Sunday, May 29.

Where is BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend?

The music festival will take place at the War Memorial Park in Coventry. The park is around 1.4 miles from the city centre, which is around a 30-minute walk.

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend Lineup

On Saturday, the following artists will perform:

  • Calvin Harris

  • Ed Sheeran

  • Aitch

  • AJ Tracey

  • Anne-Marie

  • Central Cee

  • Joel Corry

  • Yungblud

  • Sam Fender

  • Easy Life

  • Fontaines D.C.

  • KSI

  • Mimi Webb

  • Pa Salieu

  • Sigrid

  • Tom Grennan

On Sunday, the lineup will feature:

  • Harry Styles

  • George Ezra

  • Becky Hill

  • Dermot Kennedy

  • Jax Jones

  • Lorde

  • Mabel

  • Foals

  • Alfie Templeman

  • Charli XCX

  • Griff

  • Holly Humberstone

  • Joy Crookes

  • Koffee

  • Rina Sawayma

  • Wet Leg

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How to buy tickets to BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend

Most tickets to the festival have already been sold, but the last remaining tickets will go on sale at 5pm today, Monday, April 25.

The BBC says: “The majority of these tickets will be reserved for those living in Coventry and surrounding areas, with a small number of tickets for those living elsewhere in the UK.”

Coventry City Council residents will have access to 60% of the remaining tickets until 7pm, while people living in Coventry and Birmingham postcodes, as well as selected Leicester postcodes, will have access to 25% of the remaining tickets, also until 7pm.

The final 15% of remaining tickets will be open to the rest of the UK, plus any unsold tickets from the dedicated Coventry pot.

Friday tickets cost £12.50 while tickets for Saturday and Sunday cost £21.50.

The ticket pages can be accessed only via the Radio 1 website–the relevant Big Weekend pages will direct you to Ticketmaster to make the purchase.

It may help to speed up the buying process if you create a Ticketmaster account in advance. However, you cannot buy the tickets by searching directly on Ticketmaster’s website.

If successful, you’ll be able to buy a maximum of two tickets for either Saturday or Sunday, but not both.

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