BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend is a music festival run by BBC Radio 1, who will hold their annual free music festival in Earlham Park, Norwich. This year the free festival will take place over three days from Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th May 2015.
This event is run in a different location within the United Kingdom each time. It is the biggest free live music event in the UK and always includes a host of new artists.
Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Muse, Florence + the Machine, The Vaccines, Fall Out Boy, David Guetta, Charli XCX, Ban Howard, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Years & Years, Slaves, Snoop Dogg, Olly Murs, Rita Ora, Lethal Bizzle, Sam Smith, Imagine Dragons, Clean Bandit, George Ezra, Alt-J, James Bay, Jamie T, Jungle, Lower Than Atlantis, Raury, Sigma, Soak, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and local act Context are confirmed.
Plus Star.One, Honne, Formation, Will Robert, Harry Edwards, Best Friends, Cash+David, Franko Fraize, Youth Club, Claws, Hot Cops, Laurel, Huntar, Context, Ted Zed, Fickle Friends, Amber-Simone, Get Inuit, KLOE, The Hearts, and Kill It Kid..
For the line-up details, and day splits, as available please click here.
Tickets have sold out. Tickets were free and could be obtained through a lottery. There was no charge for the concert itself, but a handling fee per ticket will be applied to help cover all associated ticket handling costs. The majority of the tickets for BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2015 were allocated to people living in the surrounding boroughs - Priority for people with a Norwich postcode and then people living in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Colchester or Ipswich.
There is no charge for the event itself, but a non-refundable handling fee of £7 per pair of tickets will be applied to cover ticket handling, postage and other associated ticketing costs
For more information see the BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend website.
More information will be here when available.
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