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The UK’s biggest pop festival is coming to Weston-Super-Mare

By cfayfineran  |  Posted: December 10, 2013

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The UK’s biggest pop festival is coming to Weston-Super-Mare

Jessie J, Jason Derulo, Rizzle Kicks, The Saturdays, The Vamps, Union J and more to be announced.

South West Live will take place on Weston-Super-Mare beach on Sunday June 29.

Some of pop’s biggest acts will come together this summer to tour the UK for a series of one-day festivals. The line up stars the sensational Jessie J who will headline the event which also includes fun loving hitmakers Rizzle Kicks, the UK’s top girl band The Saturdays, teen sensations The Vamps and Union J.

Alongside them Jason Derulo will be jetting in from the States and will be playing his only outdoor UK tour dates for 2014. More artists to be announced in the new year.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Saturday December 14 from www.uklive.co.uk.

This summer, North East Live sold out the Sunderland Stadium of Light event.

Next year it returns for a full day of fun on Sunday June.

In addition to the high demand, two extra dates have been added across other UK cities – East Coast Live at Ipswich Chantry Park on Saturday June 28 and South West Live at Weston-super-Mare Beach on Sunday June 29.

Cllr Felicity Baker, Executive member for tourism at North Somerset Council said: "We are delighted to be welcoming South West Live to Weston Beach in June. We have a great track record of hosting major music events in Weston, and are looking forward to working with AEG Live to make this a fantastic event in the best of settings."

With a stellar line up and spread across UK cities – this is an event for all pop music fans to be putting in their calendars.

The day will include performances from the previously mentioned artists along with other fun news to be announced.

Tickets on sale 10am Saturday 14 December.

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