The National, Massive Attack, The Chemical Brothers, Little Simz and more are playing Edinburgh’s Connect Music Festival

A new addition to the calendar for 2022, there's also Mogwai, Little Simz, Black Country, New Road and more.
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Connect Music Festival – the newest addition to Scotland’s festival calendar – has announced its line-up for 2022.

The festival, taking place at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre, will be headlined by Massive Attack, The Chemical Brothers and The National.

There’s also a supporting line-up featuring Mogwai, Little Simz, Self Esteem, Jon Hopkins, Black Coffee, Bonobo, Bombay Bicycle Club, John Grant, LOW, Chloe Moriondo, Moses Boyd, Black Country New Road and loads more.

A pre-sale for tickets starts at 9am Thursday, 24th February, with general sale starting at 9am on Friday, 25th February.

Connect Music Festival takes place between 26th and 28th August. You can check out the full line-up so far below.

FRIDAY 26th August
Massive Attack, Jon Hopkins, Black Coffee, John Grant, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Future Utopia, Maeve, Moses Boyd, Cloth, LVRA, Optimo (Espacio), Hammer.

SATURDAY 27th August
The Chemical Brothers, Bonobo, The Twilight Sad, Caribou, Chloe Moriondo, Ride playing Nowhere, LOW, Matt Maltese, Willie J Healey, Swim School, Erol Alkan, Nightwave.

SUNDAY 28th August
The National, Mogwai, Bombay Bicycle Club, Little Simz, Self Esteem, Black Country, New Road, Rae Morris, Idlewild playing the Remote Part, Admiral Fallow, Sudan Archives, Dehd, Hamish Hawk, Lizzie Reid, Geese, Kathleen Frances, Horse Meat Disco, Jamz Supernova, Rebecca Vasmant

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