ARCTANGENT FESTIVAL 2022 More bands added including Zeal & Ardor, Mclusky, The Armed, The Fall Of Troy, Rivers of Nihil


More bands added including Zeal & Ardor, Mclusky, The Armed, The Fall Of Troy, Rivers of Nihil and many more

Already confirmed 2022 bands include
Opeth, Cult Of Luna, TesseracT, MONO, Amenra, Maybeshewill, The Locust, Oathbreaker, A.A. Williams, Svalbard and many more

Dates For ATG 2022 Are – August 17th/18th/19th/20th

Ticket link – HERE

The mighty ARCTANGENT FESTIVAL 2022 can today reveal a host of brilliant new additions to its line-up for next years event.

Heading up this announcement are the incredible Zeal & Ardor, who have their new album due for release on Feb 22nd, 2022. An astonishing and important band, this Swiss/American avant-garde heavy rock band revel in pushing boundaries, creating some of the most exciting and forward thinking music in the scene right now.

Joining them are much loved Welsh 3 piece Mclusky, the enigmatic and mysterious The Armed and US rock band, The Fall Of Troy. Also announced today are Oranssi Pazuzu, Delta Sleep, Rivers of Nihil, Intervals, Alpha Male Tea Party, IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT, Arabrot, Frontierer, Her Name Is Calla, BRUIT ≤, Down I Go, The Samuel Jackson Five, Castrovalva, Hail The Sun, Satyr, Psychonaut and URNE.

From ATG festival booker, James Scarlett –  “Other than my 3 year old child, this line up is the best thing I have ever created. Hahaha… seriously! I really am so proud of this line up of bands and I honestly think 2022 will be the best ATG ever. There are more bands to come in a few weeks, but this should get you going for starters – just look at that beautiful line up poster! I should also point out that we’re already well on our way to a sell out for ATG 2022, so I suggest people get their tickets ASAP. See you in August!”

Ticket link for the festival can be found – HERE

This follows the first announcement from earlier this year where it was revealed Opeth and Cult Of Luna would be two of the main stage headliners. Also announced (back in May this year) were TesseracT, MONO, Amenra, Maybeshewill, Alcest, Perturbator, Leprous, Enslaved, Caspian, The Locust, Agent Fresco, Oathbreaker, Intronaut, A.A.Williams, Bell Witch, Talons, Jo Quail, Mass of the Fermenting Dregs and Blodet.

The current, full ATG Festival 2022 line up is:
Opeth / Cult of Luna / TesseracT / Zeal & Ardor / MONO / Amenra / Maybeshewill / Alcest / Leprous / Perturbator / Enslaved / Mclusky / Caspian / Delta Sleep / Agent Fresco / The Armed / Oathbreaker / Oranssi Pazuzu / The Locust / The Fall of Troy / Rivers of Nihil / Intronaut / A.A.Williams / Bell Witch / IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT / Intervals / Frontierer / Arabrot / Talons / Her Name Is Calla / Jo Quail / Alpha Male Tea Party / Psychonaut / Castrovalva / Blodet / Mass of the Fermenting Dregs / BRUIT ≤ / URNE / Down I Go / The Samuel Jackson Five / Hail The Sun / Satyr

Ticket Link for ArcTanGent 2022 is – HERE

A little bit about ATG

ArcTanGent is hosted on Fernhill Farm, Compton Martin.

The award winning ArcTanGent is the world’s ultimate green fields music festival delivers line-ups you won’t find anywhere else on Earth.  ArcTanGent has built a reputation for itself as THE emerging UK rock festival, both putting on exclusive performances from exceptional, worldwide artists and supporting new, exciting talent. ArcTanGent is a fully independent festival that grows organically year on year

Previous acts include recent headliners Messhugah, Coheed and Cambria and Battles, as well as the likes of Shellac, Converge, Glassjaw, Explosions In The Sky, Russian Circles, Nordic Giants, American Football, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Carpenter Brut, Deafheaven, La Dispute, And So I Watch You From Afar, Animals As Leaders, Cult of Luna, Deerhoof, This Will Destroy You, 65daysofstatic, Zeal & Ardour, Daughters, Pigs7, TTNG, Brutus, Fuck Buttons, Jamie Lenman, Black Peaks, Car Bomb, Rolo Tomassi, Arcane Roots, Employed To Serve, TTNG and many more.

Best Small Festival winner at the UK Festival Awards 2018, ArcTanGent Festival


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