The Jacksons Join The Cambridge Club Festival 2022 Line-up
The Cambridge Club add more incredible artists to the already superstar line up! Already featuring legends such as; Nile Rodgers and CHIC, Diana Ross, Level 42, Gabrielle and Corinne Bailey Rae, it get's even better. The Jacksons, Mica Paris, Waze, Denise Van Outen and more join the party in Cambridge this June.
The festival returns to the Childerley Orchard, Cambridge, from Friday 10th to Sunday 12th June 2022. Get ready for a big weekend of incredible music, street food, comedy and entertainment.
Alongside an incredibly curated line-up the festival, as always, will be host to a whole load of exciting entertainment throughout the weekend. Head to the Auditorium of Intrigue for hilarious comedy shows and podcasts with special guests, including Marcus Brigstocke and Angelos Epithemiou (played by Dan Skinner).
There's family-friendly vibes all around at The Cambridge Club, especially at the Imagination Station hosting the Magic Star Live Stage. Dick & Dom - mostly known for their CBBC show Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow - join the fun, with Andy & The Odd Socks and Wonderpop & Diddi Dance. The Camp Cambridge area, hosted by Toodles & Nibs, will encourage the kids to get creative where they can get stuck into arts and crafts, build dens, tell stories and toast marshmallows!
Not only is top tier entertainment the festivals forte, a ton of tasty food stalls are available from wood fired pizza and the juiciest burgers to freshly made crêpes and warm chocolate chip cookies. With cuisines from all over the world you are guaranteed to be eating good all weekend.
The Cambridge Club 2022 is definitely going to be an event to head to this Summer with an incredibly curated line-up, an idyllic location at the Childerley Orchard and cultural experiences for all ages!
The festivals’ MD William Young said: “We are honoured to announce the addition of such incredibly talented, globally-renowned names to The Cambridge Club line-up. These are acts we have always dreamt of welcoming to the festival. They really embody the feel-good, dance-focussed philosophy at its heart – and, of course, play amazing music which spans the generations, offering something for all ages. We cannot wait for June to come around!”
Tickets are on sale now
Weekend tickets start from just £155 which gives you entry into the festival on Friday all the way through to Sunday and includes a shuttle bus to/from the site. Day tickets start from just £60, and under 5's go free! If you plan on driving down make sure you grab a car park ticket too, you can't drive your own vehicle onto the festival site, you can hitch a ride on the shuttle bus to and from the car park!