Running over the usual summertime festival season - through June, July, August and September before concluding in early October - and taking residence of Maidstone's award-winning public country estate, Mote Park, Park Live will showcase a variety of diverse performances courtesy of international music greats, household favourites and an array of local talents.
Those looking to attend Park Live 2022 can pick and choose from eight different experiences, boasting the best in reggae and ska, opera and classical, and 90s and 00s Dance. The series is set to play host to the biggest tribute festival in the region, Rock The Mote, as well as an official Raver Tots event, featuring the likes of Artful Dodger, Sweet Female Attitude and Phantasy B2B Nicky Blackmarket, and Glitterbomb’s huge LGBT+ gathering - Glitterbomb In The Park.
The confirmed queens to grace their presence on the Glitterbomb stage include Cheryl Hole, Ginny Lemon, Danny Beard and Amanda Bang, along with DJ sets from Rylan, S Club and Fleur East.
Rounding off the festivals debut outing, Kent’s favourite beer festival, Oktoberfest makes its overdue return, much to the delight, no doubt, of beer-chugging enthusiasts situated in the South.
Kicking off on this year's exclusive Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend (Saturday 4th June), the programme for Park Live Kent 2022 is as follows:
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.