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Rush expected as T4 on the Beach tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster

By This is Somerset  |  Posted: March 02, 2012

T4 on the Beach will return to Weston-super-Mare this summer

T4 on the Beach will return to Weston-super-Mare this summer

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Tickets for the T4 on the Beach summer spectacular at Weston-super-Mare have gone on sale via Ticketmaster this morning.

The seaside open air concert is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2012, and for the past eight years it has been held on the North Somerset coast.

The line-up for this year's T4 on the Beach, to be held on July 1, is expected to be announced within the next few weeks, but tickets go on sale today and organisers are expecting them to be in high demand.

Tickets for last year's event, which saw 25 acts including The Wanted and Olly Murs take to the stage, sold out in record time.

In the past, T4 on the Beach has brought chart-topping acts such as Lily Allen, Busta Rhymes, Akon, Girls Aloud, Sugababes, JLS, Tinchy Stryder, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs, Florence + The Machine, Will Young, Neyo, Plan B and Kelly Rowland to Weston-super-Mare.

Neil McCallum, head of T4 & Music, said: "T4 on the Beach is going to be a really special one this year as it's the tenth anniversary show.

"We've got loads of exciting acts to announce over the coming months and we think this year's line-up will be the best yet.

"We love coming to Weston-super-Mare each year and the summer just wouldn't be the same without T4 On The Beach."

Click here to visit the T4 on the Beach ticket information page.

Click here to buy T4 on the Beach tickets at Ticketmaster.

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  • uptheport  |  March 06 2012, 8:09AM

    Why would you rush to buy a ticket for a concert when you don't know who's performing? Seems a bit daft to me

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