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James Blunt, Bryan Adams And Ronan Keating To Headline Cornbury Music Festival 2022

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

The first acts have been announced for Cornbury Music Festival 2022.

The Oxfordshire event began in 2004 and will again take over Great Tew Park near Chipping Norton in July, following a two-year absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The festival has previously played host to Paul Simon, Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Amy Winehouse and The Beach Boys, while next year will be headlined by James Blunt, Bryan Adams, and Ronan Keating.

Other acts also set to perform include The Darkness, The Waterboys, and Jools Holland with his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. Festival director, Hugh Phillimore said:

"After a long, sad two year sabbatical, we wanted to return with a classic Cornbury line-up; old friends who simply do what they do brilliantly, and make us smile. We don’t want to do serious, we simply want to have tons of fun over the whole weekend."

What? A festival hosting big name pop, rock and indie acts as well as newcomers.

Where? Great Tew Park near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.

When? July 8-10, 2022.

Who? Friday will be headlined by James Blunt, who will be preceded by a set from The Darkness. Saturday will see Bryan Adams top the bill, while also set to appear that day are The Waterboys. Ronan Keating will headline the festival's final day, which will also feature Jools Holland. Other names are expected to be unveiled in due course.

Tickets? Early bird day and weekend tickets are available now at 2019 prices, with a small increase from 9am on November 26. Click here to get your Cornbury Music Festival tickets through Stereoboard.

Cornbury Music Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri July 08 2022 - CHIPPING NORTON Tew Park
Sat July 09 2022 - CHIPPING NORTON Tew Park
Sun July 10 2022 - CHIPPING NORTON Tew Park

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