One month to go: Final tickets on sale for Love Saves The Day 2022Posted on: 06 May 2022
Don't miss the tenth anniversary of one of Bristol's biggest and best-loved parties.
We're officially one month out from this year's edition of Love Saves The Day, the tenth anniversary of the nationally-renowned two-day festival, and its first-ever venture into new surroundings on the sprawling Ashton Court Estate.
As always, the LSTD 2022 lineup is stacked with game-changing artists across a broad spectrum of musical genres, with techno innovators Bicep, the inimitable Kurupt FM crew and soulful rising star Arlo Parks all set to perform.
Thursday, Friday and full weekend tickets for the festival, taking place on Thursday 2 & Friday 3 June, are still available in seriously limited numbers - find out more and secure yours here.
No strangers to a big booking, Love Saves The Day have gone all out for their latest edition, having been forced to postpone their 2020 festival and reschedule to from May to September in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On the opening day (Thursday 2 June), Bicep top the bill with their world-renowned live set, joined on the main stage by Kurupt FM, Jayda G, Folamour, Ray BLK and revered drill artist Unknown T among others.
Centred around house & techno, the Thursday lineup also features Bristol's own Eats Everything, internationally-renowned DJ and radio host The Blessed Madonna, breakout London-based selector Yung Singh and many more.
The following day, bass veterans Chase & Status will be delivering another unmissable live set in front of a Westcountry crowd, closing a huge main stage lineup that also features the likes of CASISDEAD, Mura Masa and Potter Payper.
Elsewhere on Friday, Andy C, Wilkinson and My Nu Leng are just a few standout acts in a star-studded, bass-centric lineup.
As always, hometown attendees can expect to see a raft of familiar faces on-stage at LSTD 2022, with Ellis Roberts, Ellie Stokes, Emz, Alya L, Danielle, Manami, Daisy Moon, GotSome, Om Unit, Batu, Concrete Jungyals and Grove among the local artists performing across the weekend.
A handful of Bristol-based crews will be hosting their own stage takeovers, too, including drum & bass frontrunners The Blast, renowned party starters Bitch, Please! and the SWU.fm team.
Proudly presenting our 2022 lineup! Join us to celebrate a decade of love. Tickets on sale now! Secure your place at Ashton Court for the biggest Loves Saves The Day festival yet!?????? pic.twitter.com/p86IXQjTmp— Love Saves The Day (@LSTDBristol) January 27, 2022
Celebrating ten years in 2022, Love Saves The Day is undoubtedly one of Bristol's best-loved annual festivals.
From humble beginnings in Castle Park, the event has gone from strength to strength over the years, hosting some of the world's most in-demand contemporary artists year in, year out.
The festival took place in the expansive Eastville Park for several years before hitting The Downs in 2021, and has now found a new home in Ashton Court.
With just a month to go until Love Saves The Day open the gates to their tenth edition, Thursday, Friday and full weekend tickets are all at final release.
With the festival expected to sell out in advance, we highly recommend you secure your tickets now to avoid disappointment - find out more and get yours here.
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