DIY Alive 2022 Do Nothing, Master Peace, Alfie Templeman and more join DIY Alive 2022 line-up
Lime Garden, KEG and Viji are also among the new additions to the event, which takes place this April.
The storm has blown over, the sun’s beginning to shine again, and we don’t know about you, but we’re already craving festival season, so we’ve decided to reveal even more names for DIY Alive 2022! You’re welcome.
ICYMI, we’ve teamed up with our pals at Oval Space to bring you a weekend of live music, talks, workshops and more on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April across multiple venues in East London, with Shame and Lily Moore set to deliver some incredible headline sets.
Spoiling you today, we’re very pleased to share news of the full music line-up; Do Nothing, Master Peace, Lime Garden, KEG, Mellah and Viji are among some of the exciting new names joining the bill!
And that’s not all, we’ve also got an In Conversation session with Alfie Templeman, while Lynks will be offering up life advice while making one of his infamous gimp masks. Don’t say we don’t know how to treat you! They join Self Esteem and Baxter Dury giving not-to-be-missed talks, as well as live performances from the likes of Matt Maltese, Du Blonde, Phoebe Green, Sam Akpro and 404 Guild!
Tickets are available now via DICE, See Tickets and Ticketweb, with the whole weekend costing only £45, and a day at just £27.50.
Check out the full lineup below, and we’ll see you IRL in April!!
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