Coldplay, Vampire Weekend, Beabadoobee Are New Additions To Anticipated BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2024 Line-up

Exciting news! The upcoming BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2024 festival has an impressive lineup with some big names in the music industry. Coldplay, Vampire Weeknd, and Beabadoobee are talented artists performing at the festival. The event is scheduled from Friday, May 24, to Sunday, May 26, at Stockwood Park in Luton. The festival has three stages, with the Main Stage being the largest, and Coldplay is set to headline on Sunday. The festival promises an unforgettable experience for music lovers with its diverse lineup and stunning location.

The newly included band said,

“We wouldn’t be anywhere without Radio 1 and we’re super excited to come to Luton this year and play Big Weekend,”

The upcoming music festival promises to be an unforgettable experience! On Sunday, the Main Stage will feature an incredible lineup of artists, including the talented Declan McKenna, Olly Alexander, Sabrina Carpenter, and Vampire Weekend. Get ready to purchase tickets for the weekend, as they go on sale tomorrow (March 21). The tickets cost £29.50 plus a £4.50 booking fee.

Moreover, the festival announced a fantastic New Music Stage lineup on Sunday, May 26. Beaba will headline the stage, and CMAT, Everything Everything, Fizz, Olivia Dean, Sea Girls, and Teddy Swims will also perform. This fantastic mix of artists will surely provide an excellent experience for everyone.

The festival’s first wave of names included Becky Hill, headlining Friday night, and other talented performers such as Chase & Status, Ella Henderson, Diplo, Kenya Grace and Rudimental, who will perform on the opening night. These fantastic artists are sure to make the festival an unforgettable experience. On Saturday, an incredible lineup of talented performers, including RAYE, The Last Dinner Party, Charli XCX, Caity Baser, Shygirl, Mabel, and Aitch, will close out the day on the Main Stage. This will be a day to remember!

Don’t forget that Coldplay will be headlining this year’s Glastonbury Festival. However, some fans may be uncertain about the band’s future after Chris Martin announced that they would stop making music in 2025. Meanwhile, Vampire Weekend eagerly prepares to release its fifth album, ‘Only God Was Above Us’ on April 5. They also just announced plans to live on April 5 during a total solar eclipse, which will take place in Austin, Texas, on April 8 and will be available to watch online on April 8. Get ready for a fantastic festival season!

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