Batu, Ben UFO, Angel D’lite, Moxie, Club Fitness, Digital Mystikz, LCY, Or:la, Skee Mask, Saoirse, Toshiki Ohta, Yung Singh, and 70+ more acts onboard for the 2022 edition
After a monumental first year that saw thousands of party people descend on West London’s leafy Gunnersbury Park, Waterworks is back once again with a heavyweight lineup that explores the far far reaching dimensions of the electronic landscape. For the next session taking place on Saturday 17th September 2022, Waterworks invites a hefty bill of established names and important ones to watch to join for 2022, with Amaliah, Batu, Ben UFO, SPFDJ, Angel D’lite, Moxie, Club Fitness, Digital Mystikz (Mala & Coki), LCY, Or:la, Skee Mask, Saoirse, Toshiki Ohta, Yazzus, Yung Singh and a serious set of talent across the weekender. Earlybird tickets for the day session start at just £37.50, and are available from here.
Waterworks’ 2022 lineup is a dream for any electronic enthusiast; with over 70 quality artists on board to soundtrack the festival experience. From dub and low-frequency explorations from Aba Shanti and Digital Mystikz (Mala & Coki) through to hands in the air house and techno from Moxie, Midland and Saoirse, there’s something to please all heads on the agenda for this year.
There’ll be plenty of selectors exploring leftfield club bangers with LCY, Darwin, Skee Mask, and more, plus tripped-out cosmic experiments from Job Jobse, and recent DJ Magazine Best DJ/cover star Or:la. Techno, breakbeat, and everything in between come courtesy of SPFDJ, Evan Baggs, Kessler, and Call Super. Experimental UK trademark techno comes from the boss Ben UFO and Timedance head honcho Batu. Of course, representing the jungle and DnB contingent are Calibre, DJ Storm, dBridge, and more.
Waterworks aims to build a lineup that makes space for upstart artists and fresh faces, whilst paying homage to the founders of our musical movements. The lineup is focused on showcasing London’s rich and diverse electronic musical heritage and the majority of the acts have close ties to the city. This September, Waterworks has dedicated a huge space of its programme to the next generation of selectors and artists who are rocketing skyward – Kessler, Daytimer’s founder and Punjabi Garage connoisseur Yung Singh, Amaliah, Angel D’Lite, Gigi FM and so many more up and coming names on board across the day. The packed-out programme is a nod to the diverse and dynamic club culture in the UK and beyond.
With its home in leafy West London’s Gunnersbury Park, Waterworks will span seven stages – Pressure, Siren, Cedar, Watertower, Commune, Orbit, and Hi-Hat. All will be powered by heavy-hitting soundsystems and immersive stage design across the board. A collaborative effort between London-based promoters Percolate and Bristol’s production powerhouse Team Love, Waterworks was born from a desire to bring a truly fresh festival to the London landscape bought to you by a team of experts. Waterworks 2022 will be a party to remember, so don’t delay in reserving a spot.
WATERWORKS 2022 LINE UP (A – Z)
Aba Shanti – I – Adam Pits – Ahadadream – Amaliah – Angel D’lite – Bambounou – Batu – Ben UFO – Big Dyke Energy (MELO & FAFF) – Bobby – Bradley Zero – Calibre – Call Super – Club Fitness – Craig Richards – Darwin – Dave Harvey – dBridge pres Black Electric (live) – Digital Mystikz (Mala & Coki) – DJ Perception – DJ Storm – Djrum – Dr Banana – Ehua – Ell Murphy – Ellie Stokes – Evan Baggs – Gigi FM – Hannah Holland – Ixian Optical – Jane Fitz – Jay Duncan – Job Jobse – Josh Caffe – Kessler – Kiara Scuro – Kmya – Krust (Live) – Krywald & Farrer – Laurine – LCY – LUXE – Manami – Manni Dee – Mariiin – Michelle Manetti – Midland – Moxie – Ohmydais – Optimo (Espacio) – Or:la – Palms Trax – Phoebe Valentine – Saoirse – Sayang – Schatrax (live) – SGT Pokes – Shannen SP – Shy One – Skee Mask – Spekki Webu – SPFDJ – Stamina MC – Sybil – Tañ – The Ghost – Toshiki Ohta – TSVI – Works Of Intent – Yazzus – Yung Singh