The organisers of the UK’s biggest retro festival series Let’s Rock have announced their summer 2022 headliners and performers who will be at Cookham next year.

In a line-up packed with pop icons, Let’s Rock 2022 headliners include Billy Ocean, Adam Ant, OMD, The Human League, Wet Wet Wet, and - making their Let’s Rock debut - Squeeze.

A celebration of all things pop and eighties, Let’s Rock offers gloriously unpretentious non-stop fun, with legendary artists performing hit after hit to a crowd of all ages.

Each of the 14 one-day festivals, including at Marsh Meadow in Cookham on May 21, features one or two headliner acts plus a host of stars from the era when pop ruled the world, including ABC, Level 42, Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins), Nik Kershaw, Jason Donovan, Tony Hadley, Nick Heyward, The Selecter, Go West, Belinda Carlisle, Toyah, Scritti Politti, Johnny Hates Jazz, Bad Manners, Pigbag and more.

Those already announced for Let’s Rock Cookham include Squeeze, We Wet Wet, Tom Bailey, Nick Heywood, Go West, Pigbag, The Selecter, Jason Donovan, Scritti Politti, Johnny Hates Jazz and more.

“We’ve heard great things about Let’s Rock and are looking forward to making our debut next summer with a headline set,” say Squeeze, who took British new wave rock around the world with hits including “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)”, songs that still sound as fresh and original today as when they were written.

Returning to headline in 2022 are electropop pioneers OMD, whose frontman Andy McCluskey describes Let’s Rock as “The best music party with our best music friends”, while fellow headliner and Let’s Rock legend Billy Ocean said: “I genuinely love playing Let’s Rock, the atmosphere is always brilliant. Ten thousand crazy fans singing your songs back to you – what could be better?”

Next year sees the return of a full schedule of Let’s Rock festivals, which run all over the UK and Eire from late May to early September.

Despite the “tremendous difficulties” they faced, Let’s Rock managed to successfully host eight festivals this year.

It wasn’t even Covid that forced the cancellation of Let’s Rock in Cookham - it was the “extreme” weather on October 2.

Tickets for the summer 2021 events that had to be postponed - Let’s Rock The Moor, Let’s Rock Wales, Let’s Rock Essex, Let’s Rock Kent, Let’s Rock Northern Ireland and Let’s Rock Ireland – remain valid for 2022.

Let’s Rock organisers Nick Billinghurst and Matt Smith said: “We’ve been humbled by the loyalty and passion of the Let’s Rock family who have stuck with us through what has been an incredibly challenging couple of years. We’re so excited to be back with a full summer of shows in 2022 with what we believe is our best ever line-up.”

Tickets for Let’s Rock The Moor at Cookham at