Heretic Festival confirms the full May 2022 Sheffield lineup

The three-day Heretic Festival will be held over 13/14/15 May at Sheffield Corporation and will feature headliners Inglorious, Stone Broken, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, plus a plethora of super supporting bands.

“I’m extremely excited for the future of this show,” organiser Hannah Fellows says. “Whilst this is now the third date change, I’m very confident it will now go ahead on the new dates, and I will prove that Heretic Fest is one worth attending.

“Things are already in place for the future of Heretic Fest, and they’re looking very, very exciting over the next few years. I’d like to thank everyone for their continued support in the start-up of this show. Things can only go up from here.”

FRIDAY 13 May From 5pm – Inglorious, RavenEye, Cellar Door Moon Crow, Dig Lazarus and CPSD.

SATURDAY 14 May–Stone Broken, Aaron Buchanan & the Cult Classics, The Fallen State, Daxx & Roxane, Bootyard Bandits, Revival Black, Ryders Creed, These Wicked Rivers, Steal The City, Land Sharks and Bastette.

SUNDAY 15 May–Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Black Spiders, King Creature, South Of Salem, Ashen Reach, The Dukes of Bordello, Liberty Lies, The Dark, Austin Gold, Yesterday’s Gone and Caesar Did It.

Tickets are available at Friday £20, Saturday £25, Sunday £25 and Weekend £60.

2021 tickets purchased through See Tickets remain valid. Any 2021 tickets ordered through bands are void, and a refund should be claimed. For 2022 tickets visit

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