“We bloody love Slam Dunk so it’s a massive honour to be asked to headline next year! Right from our early EP days we’ve always had the best time at Slammy D. It was our first proper festival booking way back when and since we’ve played slots throughout the years on pretty much all the stages” – Don Broco
Step forward the Bingley Bees Rugby Club (home to the major campsite for festival) and after meeting with the concert promoters and bookers SSD Concerts “Bingley Weekender” was born. Would it be a success … no-one knew .. but as the dust settles .. yes it was a resounding success.
Fusion Festival returned for it’s 2019 weekend taking place at its new home in Sefton Park, Liverpool where tens of thousands of fans turned out for a top weekend of rock and pop headlined by Kings of Leon, Rudimental and Little Mix.
With less than a month to go until the gates open, the countdown is now well and truly on for Reading and Leeds 2019. Local groups have now been added to the bill from Leeds based Centre Stage and Futuresound competitions
Billie Eilish, who this year has become the youngest female solo artist to score a number one album in the UK, will be moving from the BBC Radio 1 Stage to Main Stage
A further, exciting update to the announcement that Wakefield will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landings with a two week, mostly FREE Festival Of The Moon comes with confirmation that Public Service Broadcasting will play their entire album The Race For Space in full,
“We are very excited to be sharing details of the full programme. The line-up will provide a unique blend of entertainment with something for all ages and musical tastes, as well as so many different experiences to enjoy.”
Liverpool’s Fusion Festival is thrilled to announce the final names to complete its 2019 line-up, joining Rudimental who is headlining Saturday 31st August, and Little Mix who top the bill the day after on Sunday 1st September.