The Stanhope Weekender

@ Stanhope Showground

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01 July 2022 - 03 July 2022

The festival promises something for everyone with a fantastic line-up of live music and more than 20 acts performing over two days. Festival-goers can enjoy music from tributes to Oasis, Ed Sheeran, ABBA, Take That, Pink, Bryan Adams, Blondie, Queen, and local artists such as Channy Thompson, Geoff Mull, and He Knows She Knows, to name a few.

Featuring an outdoor stage, a fully licensed bar, and an array of street food vendors. People are flocking from far and wide to take advantage of the excellent camping facilities in the picturesque countryside. Offering complimentary car parking within easy reach of Stanhope town centre, the festival is ideal for anyone wanting to enjoy a weekend of live entertainment, with under 16’s gaining free entry when accompanied by a parent.

The music festival will take place on Friday 1st July between 2 pm & 11.30 pm and Saturday 2nd July 2022 between 12 pm & 11.30 pm at Stanhope Showground, Unthank Park, Stanhope, DL13 2PQ. Tickets are available to buy online and can also be purchased at various venues in Stanhope.

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 Friday 1st July between 2 pm & 11.30 pm and Saturday 2nd July 2022 between 12 pm & 11.30 pm.


Campsite opens Friday 1st July at 11:30 AM and closes at 3 pm Sunday 3rd July 2022.


Mainstage performing live: Friday 1st July 2022

(Performance times to be confirmed)

Buffalo Four

Monkey Punch

Geoff Mull

Keith Martin

Blondie by Bonnie

Pink by Miss Understood

Take That by Re-take That

Queen by Royal Rhapsody



Mainstage performing live: Saturday 2nd July 2022

(Performance times to be confirmed)

Channy Thompson

Celtic Man

He Knows She Knows

Ibiza DJ & Sax

Ami Vazirl

Ed Sheeran by Ed Sheeran Live!

Bryan Adams by Bryan Adams UK

ABBA by Voulez 2

The Skapones

Oasis by Shakermaker

Stanhope Showground
Unthank Park
County Durham
DL13 2PQ

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