Edinburgh’s FLY Open Air Festival has revealed its full list of names for the upcoming event, taking place this year from May 21 - 22.
Setting up on the scenic location of Queensferry’s Hopetoun House, FLY will go ahead this year under the pre-summer sunshine in front of the historic national monument.
15 DJs are also slated to go toe-to-toe across the weekend including a three-hour back to back set DJ Tennis and FLY resident Jasper James, who close off the Fools Utopia stage on Saturday night.
FLY will also feature a Boiler Room stage for the second time after a special debut in 2019, and is set to be hosted by LGBTQ+ party collective Little Gay Brother.
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“We are delighted to announce the full lineup for May 2022, with a whopping 50+ acts and some of the biggest names in dance music joining us at Scotland’s finest stately home - Hopetoun House,” FLY announced on Instagram yesterday.
Also joining the line-up is a handful of new and fresh-on-the-scene selectors and producers including Louise Chen, Barry Can’t Swim, Oden & Fatzo, and Scotland’s own up-and-comer, Ewan McVicar.
First release tickets have now sold out - find second release & group tickets here and check out FLY Open Air Festival.
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