Jika Jika Festival 2022: Sasha to headline alongside a very special guest

The popular Bank Holiday festival returns this August, bringing titans of the electronic music scene to one of Ireland's most scenic locations

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 4th Aug 2022

Jika Jika Festival is back in 2022, taking over a stunning new location on the northernmost peninsula of Ireland, Malin Head in Donegal, for two days of live electronic music. 

Running over the August Bank Holiday weekend - Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th August 2022 - the dance spectacle will feature performances from a handpicked selection of some of the scene's biggest DJ talents and forward-thinking producers.

Headline acts include Sasha, the internationally acclaimed 90s superstar whose repertoire includes anthems such as 'Trigonometry', 'Magentic North' and 'Xpander', as well as DJ Deece, George Feely, Moodtrax and Modea, with supporting acts including Aaron Sweeney, Emmett Gallagher and Brendan Tracey, to name a few. The organisers also have a surprise up their sleeve, with a very special guest headliner still to be announced. Watch this space.

Up to 15,000 revellers are expected to make the journey to the scenic site of the forthcoming festival, which moves from its former setting in Derry up to the townland of Ardmalin this summer, for a very special and intimate edition of the annual event, set amidst the backdrop of the rugged Irish coastline. 

 


 

Tickets for Jika Jika Festival 2022 are now on sale and selling fast! Head to the bottom of the page and secure yours today to avoid disappointment. 

 


 

 Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.

 

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Header image credit: Jika Jika / Facebook.com

 

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