Summer season of music events in MK
Who is excited for live music to return to Milton Keynes? Yes, we are too - and it’s set to be a massive season of music events at Campbell Park this summer. Here’s a few not to be missed...
Rag ’n’ Bone Man
Rag 'n' Bone Man will land in Milton Keynes as part of a huge UK summer 2022 tour. The three-times BRIT award-winner will take to the stage with his band at Campbell Park on Saturday 16th July 2022.
Rory Graham a.k.a Rag ’n’ Bone man will bring his impressive repertoire of hits including, ‘Human’, ‘Giant’, ‘All You Ever Wanted’ and ‘Anywhere Away From Here’ to the beautiful surroundings of Milton Keynes’ Campbell Park. This follows this summer’s Revive Live tour which saw him hit the road alongside the likes of Tom Jones and Sam Fender in support of grass roots venues, followed by his own sold-out UK tour through October and November 2021.
Talking about the 2022 Milton Keynes event, Rag ’n’ Bone man said, “We all missed out on live music last summer so I’m looking forward to making up for lost time with a big summer show next year. I can’t wait to get on stage, so get ready Milton Keynes. It’s going to be huge!”
Double platinum-selling and BRIT award winner, Paloma Faith, lands in Milton Keynes on 17th July at Campbell Park as part of her huge UK summer 2022 tour.
Talking about the tour Paloma said, "I've been touring my recent album Infinite Things and it's been so invigorating seeing everyone out on the road around the UK. I've loved playing live again and I am beyond excited to announce my Summer 2022 tour. I love nothing more than singing for you all and hearing you sing back to me. There’s nothing like it.”
The summer 2022 tour will feature songs from her most recent album ‘Infinite Things’ as well as all of her hits.
Craig David is set to take to the stage in Milton Keynes on Friday 22nd July, presenting his globally renowned TS5 show. His immensely successful DJ, MC and singing show will fill Campbell Park this summer. Forged in his Miami penthouse, TS5 began its days as the most exclusive pre-party around and grew into a worldwide success.
Craig David’s upcoming album ‘22’ is a celebration of his 22 years on the music scene and is dropping on 13 May 2022. You will get to experience some of his latest released tracks right here at this TS5 show. 2022 is set to be the year of Craig David and you’ll get to hear his new and old tracks alike and much more at Retro In The Park. Craig David Presents TS5 promises to get you and your mates smiling and dancing all day long!
STEPS will also be making their way to Milton Keynes this summer for a show at Campbell Park. The reformed 90's pop group will be live in our iconic park on Friday 29th July.
Since 1997, STEPS have released some iconic singles such as 5, 6, 7, 8, Tragedy and Stomp, plenty to keep you on your feet! After getting back together in 2017, STEPS released their latest album ‘What the Future Holds’ in 2020. Fans will be able to flock into Campbell Park for the fun show and colourful outfits from 4:00pm til 11:00pm. STEPS said on Facebook: "We are SO ready to bring on the party, who's coming?!"
Get ready for the UK’s biggest Reggae Festival to land at Campbell Park in Milton Keynes with 3 stages, over 2 days on 30th and 31st July. Family-friendly Reggae Land will feature 50 artists including Julian Marley and The Uprising and Shaggy for what is set to be an incredible weekend, full of the best live reggae, dub, and dancehall artists around!
Not only will you experience great music, but there will be delicious authentic food in their Caribbean Food Village as well as plenty of drinks in the Rum Shacks, Gin Bars, and Caribbean cocktail bars.
Reggae Land cannot wait to have you, your family, and friends join them for what will be a weekend of sunshine, great food, drinks, entertainment, and unmissable acts.
And it’s time to strap on your air guitar as the UK Tribute Festival returns to Campbell Park Milton Keynes this August Bank Holiday, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August.
MKF Festival is one of the UK’s biggest tribute festivals, with over 30 bands, over 2 days on 2 stages. That's a lot of anthems for one weekend, and it’s not just the music – this is a full-on family day out with thrill rides, festival food, beer tents and market stalls.
Tribute acts include Queen, Madness, Noel Gallagher, The Killers, a very special tribute to the Foo Fighters and so much more.
Are you ready for a huge summer season of music events in MK? For full details on all these fantastic events please visit MKFM's Events calendar here.
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