The festival industry will try to seize this opportunity as the COVID-19 restrictions are eased further in the UK. Parklife Festival, one of the representatives who want to revive the industry in 2022, announced its star-studded staff on Tuesday, January 25, and many hip hop stars, including 50 Cent, will take part in the festival.
50 Cent and All Other Rappers Will Excite the Public at Festivals
50 Cent, 2021 HipHopDX Rapper of the Year Tyler The Creator and Megan Thee Stallion will wow fans at Heaton Park in Manchester over the weekend of June 11 and June 12, 2022. Other artists include Drake collaborator Headie One, Lewis Capaldi, Arlo Parks, Jamie xx, Mahalia and more.
Pre-sale tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, January 26 at 10:00 GMT. For the rest of the public, it will go on sale on Thursday, January 27. Last year’s festival sold out in just 78 minutes after 2020’s cancellation. Prices start at £129.50 for general admission and £169.50 for VIP.
“For the vast majority of musicians, the live circuit is their lifeblood,” Help Musicians CEO James Ainscough said of the need for touring’s comeback in Europe. “Whether that performance is at a function or a festival, a grassroots venue or a world-famous stage, live performance is the fragile gig economy that all musicians rely on.”
European rap lovers will feast on Rolling Loud, which makes its debut in Portugal from 6 to 8 July this summer.
Tickets for the first European Rolling Loud will go on sale on Friday, 28 January at 12:00. RL, J. Cole, A$AP Rocky, Future, DaBaby, Lil Baby, Jack Harlow and more will take part in this fun.
While music festivals around the world wanted to come back to life in 2022, many festivals were put at risk due to the increasing COVID-19 cases. Although the fate of some festivals is not clear for now, festival dates have started to be announced in some countries where conditions were relaxed.