Bang Face Weekender returns in 2022, announces first 64 names

Bang Face Weekender returns in 2022, announces first 64 names

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Bang Face Weekender is set to return to Southport in 2022, and has revealed the first 64 names coming along for the ride.

After a hiatius due to the pandemic, the next edition of the wild weekend-long party will take place from Thursday 5th May to Monday 9th May, soundtracked by some of the best names in electronic music.

Among the first artists to be confirmed for Bang Face 2022 are Metalheadz boss Goldie and previous DJ MAG UK cover star, SHERELLE, who’ll be joined by the likes of Squarepusher, Rebekah, Evian Christ, and Astrophonica’s head honcho, Fracture.

Elsewhere, more sets will come from LCY, another previous cover star in the form of Local Action’s India Jordan, SPFDJ, Samurai Breaks, Baby T FKA B. Traits and Glasgow’s Konx-om-Pax.

You can see the first names for Bang Face Weekender 2022 below. On-site chalet accomodation has sold out, but hotels are still available through the Bang Face website. 

Line-up:

Squarepusher

Dorian Electra

Rebekah

Goldie

Black Sun Empire

Little Sis Nora

SHERELLE

Luke Vibert

Lorenzo Senni

Audio

Baby T

Mampi Swift

Petbrick

Lil Mariko

SPFDJ

Evian Christ (DJ set)

Top Buzz

Baby D

Cera Khin

Ceephax Acid Crew

Mark Archer

Doormouse

India Jordan

Konx-om-Pax

Hellfish

The DJ Producer

LCY

Fracture

Prolix

Mandidextrous

R-Zac

Loftgroover

Hyper On Experience

Luna-C

Hysta

Tripped

Pete Cannon

GFOTY

LIMEWAX

Dolphin

Jerome Hill

FFF

DJ Vibes

DJ Druid

AJA

Samurai Breaks

Ruby My Dear

Stazma The Junglechrist

Jakazid

Goreshit

Eram

Kanji Kinetic

Count Baldor

Coxon

Droon

Thrasher

Adi-J

S.Murk

RRRitalin

Sample Junkie

Dave Skywalker

DC

Saint Acid

 

& The Bang Face Hard Crew

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