The acts announced so far are just for Saturday’s main stage performance with names for Sunday and Friday yet to be shared.
Other acts performing on Saturday include Aitch, AJTracey, Yungblud, Joel Corry, and Central Cee.
Radio 1 has also shared that more acts will be announced on Claro Amfros’s show at 6pm tonight.
Some #BigWeekend line-up news! Performing on the Main Stage on Saturday 28th May:
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) March 14, 2022
How to get tickets to Radio 1 Big Weekend Coventry:
Tickets are split into days, with Friday having 8,00 tickets available but Saturday and Sunday each offering 39,500 per day.
Friday tickets will cost £12.50 (+£2.50 booking fee per ticket), and they will be sold in pairs or individually with a maximum of two tickets per person.
Saturday and Sunday tickets will cost £21.50 (+£4.50 booking fee per ticket) and will be sold in pairs or individually with a maximum of two tickets per person.
Plus, you can only purchase a maximum of two tickets for either Saturday or Sunday (but not for both).
It’s important to note that refunds will only be considered if the event is cancelled or postponed.
Tickets will go on sale at 18:30pm on Friday 18th March and only via Ticketmaster.
You can also get a handy step-by-step guide showing the process of ticket buying via BBC Radio 1.
How are tickets to Radio 1 Big Weekend allocated?
Each year Radio 1 partners with the local council, which means that residents in the area get a number of tickets reserved just for them.
Tickets are dived into three ‘pots’:
Pot 1: 60% of the tickets will initially be reserved for Coventry City Council residents. These tickets will be reserved for seven days until 5pm on Thursday 24th March, after which any unsold will be offered for general sale.
Pot 2: 25% of the tickets will initially be reserved for those living in remaining ‘CV’ postcodes, all Birmingham ‘B’ postcodes and selected Leicester postcodes (LE1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,17,18,19). These tickets will be reserved for seven days until 5pm on Thursday 24th March, after which any unsold will be offered for general sale.
Pot 3: The remaining 15% of tickets are available for the rest of the UK.
If you are part of pot 1 or 2 then you can get your tickets by entering the postcode of your home address when purchasing tickets.