More artists announced for Godiva Festival 2022. – Coventry City Council
With the 2022 edition of Coventry’s flagship festival getting ever closer, organisers have announced the latest acts who will be taking to the stage in the city’s War Memorial Park.
Performing on the Main Stage on the Saturday will be alternative rock trio The Subways.
The band, who formed in 2005, have long been fixtures on the festival scene. Their high octane, explosive performances have earned them a reputation as one of the finest live bands on the touring circuit. In fact, long-time attendees of Godiva Festival will remember The Subways’ performance at Godiva in 2016 where they thrilled the crowd with a breath-taking set.
Coventry’s very own Caitlin McCarthy will also be joining the Sunday bill for a Main Stage set. The 17-year-old singer-songwriter will be a familiar face to anyone who has closely followed the Coventry music scene in recent years, with performances at the HMV Empire and The Arches already under her belt.
These two artists join an already stacked line-up which includes Tom Grennan, The Libertines, Bananarama, The Feeling, Luude, Katy B and many more.
Early Bird tickets for the festival, which will enable customers to see all these amazing acts at discounted prices, are currently still available. People can get their Early Bird tickets from www.godivafestival.com/buytickets with the discounted price lasting 30 June.
Cllr Abdul Salam Khan, Deputy Leader of Coventry City Council and Cabinet Member for Events said: We’re delighted to be able to add these two new great acts to this year’s line-up.
“Our aim with Godiva has always been to have acts that have diverse musical styles that appeal to all the family. With the addition of these two artists I’m happy to say that this year’s line-up continues that trend.
“We remain conscious of the financial pressures that many in our city face. So, I encourage everyone to take advantage of the early bird prices, save some money and to get their tickets as soon as they can.”
Festivalgoers can look forward to seeing Tom Grennan, The Libertines, Bananarama and much more, over the Godiva Festival weekend, 2-4 September, in the city’s War Memorial Park.
Next month we will be announcing more details about family attractions which are always a major part of the weekend offer at the festival and which always proves popular particularly on the Sunday.
For further news, including artist announcements, head to godivafestival.com or follow @godivafestival on Facebook and Twitter.
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