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Jessie J, Ne-Yo, JLS, McFly And More Announced For Birmingham's Fusion Festival

Monday, 08 April 2013 Written by Jon Stickler
Jessie J, Ne-Yo, JLS, McFly And More Announced For Birmingham's Fusion Festival

Jessie J, Ne-Yo, JLS, The Wanted, McFly, The Saturdays and James Arthur are among the first names to be confirmed for this summerís brand new Fusion Festival, in support of The Princeís Trust and in association with Capital FM.

ImageJoining them are Union J, Wiley, Amelia Lily, Wretch 32, Conor Maynard with many more to be announced. Birminghamís iconic Cofton Park will play host to the ultimate summer pop party with 60,000 people and some of the biggest acts from both sides of the pond coming together for a huge weekend of pop at its very best.

Chart topper Jessie J will headline Saturday nightís poptastic proceedings. ďI canít wait to perform at Fusion Festival, itís exciting to be headlining a brand new UK festival with such an amazing line-up, itís one of the performances Iím most looking forward to this summer. Itís amazing that the festival is donating £5 from each ticket sale to The Princeís Trust, itís one of the charities closest to my heart and makes me even more proud to be on the line-up. Roll on August 31st, itís going to be BIG!Ē

In addition, platinum-selling boy band JLS and 'Itís All About You' crooners McFly will also be performing. British rapper Wiley, Union J and songstress Amelia Lily will also be taking to the stage as part of an incredible mix of artists to play the festival.

Sunday will see American R&B god Ne-Yo bring the noise to Cofton Park, where heíll be joined by chart heartthrobs The Wanted and uber glam The Saturdays, fresh from gaining their first UK Number One with 'What About Us'. Wretch 32, Conor Maynard and this yearís X Factor winner James Arthur are also on the bill, with many more acts to be announced across the weekend.

Fusion Festival is proud to support The Princeís Trust, with £5 from each ticket sale donated to the charity to help change young lives across the UK. The Princeís Trust is a youth charity that helps vulnerable young people to turn their lives around.

Programme Controller at Capital FM, Paul Gerrard, said: "This is going to be the biggest event Birmingham has seen in years. The whole team here at Capital can't wait to see some of the world's biggest stars rock up to Brum, it's going to be an incredible summer and Capital will be right there for every moment."

Acts announced so far across the weekend, with plenty more to be announced...

Saturday
Sunday
Jessie J
Ne-Yo
JLS
The Wanted
McFly
The Saturdays
Wiley
Wretch 32
Union J
Conor Maynard
Amelia Lily
James Arthur

For further information, head over to thefusionfestival.co.uk.

Fusion Festival Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 12th April and are priced at:

£35 per day Ė general admission
£60 weekend Ė general admission ticket
£50 Ė per day Golden Circle Ticket
£95 weekend Golden Circle Ticket

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