We Are FSTVL 2022: Who’s playing, how to get tickets and everything you need to know for the weekend

We Are FSTVL 2022 is set to kick off at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Upminster on Saturday, with much-loved music acts including KSI, Craig David and Mabel set to hit the iconic venue.

One of London’s biggest raves is returning for its ninth year – and it’s not too late to secure your spot.

With a weekend of sunny spells set to grace the festival grounds, here’s everything you need to know about the weekend.

Hitmakers: We Are FSTVL 2022 is set to kick off at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Upminster on Saturday, with music acts including KSI, Craig David and Mabel set to hit the iconic venue

When is We Are FSTVL? 

We Are FSTVL will run on August 6 and 7 this year at Upminster’s Damyns Hall Aerodrome on Aveley Road.

The venue, which is on the outskirts of East London, will see the doors open at midday, with last entry at 5pm both days. The event will finish at around 11pm.

Who are the main music acts? 

Music acts will be spread across eight stages at We Are FSTVL this year, including Circoloco, After Life, Glitterbox, Boat Club Events, Solid Grooves, Defected, Pretty Little Thing, and Casita and Buena Vida.

Those attending We Are FSTVL this year can expect performances from a wide range of artists, including big names such as KSI, Craig David and Mabel. 

It begins! One of London's biggest raves is returning for its ninth year - and it’s not too late to secure your spot

It begins! One of London’s biggest raves is returning for its ninth year – and it’s not too late to secure your spot

A range of well-known chart-toppers will take to the stage, including Camelphat, Nathan Dawe, Chip and Rudimental.

Tech house dJ’s such as Patrick Topping, Ewan McVickar and Carl Cox are sure to get the crowd bouncing over the weekend.  

The full line-up, including a stage by stage breakdown for both Saturday and Sunday can be found here.

The set times are yet, with the festival stating on their website that the times will be released ‘closer to the time of the event’.

Talent: A range of well-known chart toppers will take to the stage, including Camelphat, Nathan Dawe and Chip

Talent: A range of well-known chart toppers will take to the stage, including Camelphat, Nathan Dawe and Chip

Where can I get tickets?

The cheapest weekend tickets are currently on sale for £100, although these require entry before 2pm. If you want to turn up before 5pm – which is the latest entry time – then the price increases to £128.

Day tickets for Saturday or Sunday are currently going for £50 (early entry) or £69 (general admission) each.Upminster station is the best way of arriving at the festival, either via National Rail (20 minutes from central London) or the Underground, on the District line.

All ticket information can be found on the festival website here.

Dance: Tech house dJ's such as Patrick Topping, Ewan McVickar and Carl Cox are sure to get the crowd bouncing over the weekend

Dance: Tech house dJ’s such as Patrick Topping, Ewan McVickar and Carl Cox are sure to get the crowd bouncing over the weekend

What will the weather be like? 

Festivalgoers are set to enjoy a fairly sunny weekend, according to the Met Office, including some cloudy spells.

Saturday will see highs of 23 degrees celsius (73.4F), with lows of 18 degrees celsius (64.4F) towards the evening.

Sunday is forecasted to start out slightly cloudy but will see highs of 24 degrees celsius (75.2F), with lows of 18 degrees celsius (64.4F) again as the night goes on. 

Fun in the sun: Festivalgoers are set to enjoy a fairly sunny weekend, according to the Met Office, including some cloudy spells

Fun in the sun: Festivalgoers are set to enjoy a fairly sunny weekend, according to the Met Office, including some cloudy spells

How to travel to the festival

Upminster station is the best way of arriving at the festival, either via National Rail (20 minutes from central London) or the Underground, on the District line.

Shuttle busses will run on a loop from Upminster Station to Damyns Hall Aerodrome during the hours of 11am and 11pm.

If you plan to drive to the festival, car parking costs £15 and can be purchased here.

About We Are FSTVL  

Launched in 2013, We Are FSTVL has firmly established itself as one of the leading electronic and urban music festivals in Europe with ground-breaking stage and visual production.

Online fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing is the official headline sponsor for this year’s event. 

More information can be found here. 

Popular: Launched in 2013, We Are FSTVL has firmly established itself as one of the leading electronic and urban music festivals in Europe with ground-breaking stage and visual production

Popular: Launched in 2013, We Are FSTVL has firmly established itself as one of the leading electronic and urban music festivals in Europe with ground-breaking stage and visual production

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