The line up for this summer’s Fusion Festival in Cofton Park has been announced this morning, with even more artists still to be confirmed.

Acts so far confirmed to be performing at the two day fundraising concert for The Prince’s Trust include:

Saturday 31st August: Jessie J, JLS, McFly, Amelia Lily, Union J and Wiley

Sunday 1st September: Ne-Yo, The Wanted, The Saturdays, Wretch 32, James Arthur and Connor Maynard

Jessie J said: “I can’t wait to perform at Fusion Festival, it’s exciting to be headlining a brand new UK festival with such an amazing line-up, it’s one of the performances I’m most looking forward to this summer.

“It’s amazing that the festival is donating £5 from each ticket sale to The Prince’s Trust, it’s one of the charities closest to my heart and makes me even more proud to be on the line-up. Roll on August 31st, it’s going to be BIG!” Jessie added.

Tickets go on sale at 9am, on Friday 12 April and are priced at:

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

£5 from every ticket sale will go directly to the Prince’s Trust. Tickets are available online at www.thefusionfestival.co.uk and also from ticket partners Ticketmaster, The Ticket Factory and Seetickets

Follow @fusionfest on twitter for updates

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I live on the doorstep to cofton park, whilst it is great that the park is being used should us locals get something to compensate for disruption it is bound to cause?

  2. Great stuff just like the old days bring it on sounds great and will put Longbridge on the map.
    Cofton park wow its had the pope …. Red Robbo…. pride of Longbridge now this move over Cannon hill park its Cofton parks turn.

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