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BBC Music announce The Biggest Weekend

Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds plus many more to play over four sites. Beck, Courtney Barnett, Manic Street Preachers + more to play Belfast.

The Biggest Weekend is taking place on the late May bank holiday weekend (25-28 May) over four sites in four nations across four days with over 175,000 tickets available to the public and will be the BBC’s biggest ever celebration of music across TV, radio, online and mobile. There will be performances from the biggest and best-loved names in music celebrating the incredible breadth and diversity of live music on the BBC.

The Biggest Weekend is being hosted by BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra & Asian Network, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio3 and BBC 6 Music, with extensive coverage on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four. Sets will be available on BBC iPlayer, mobile and online.

When does The Biggest Weekend take place?

BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend will run across four sites, with different line-ups at each. Here’s where they will take place:

Where: Singleton Park, Swansea, Wales
When: Saturday 26 – Sunday 27 May 2018
Who: Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, + more
Presented by: BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra & Asian Network

Where: Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland
When: Friday 25 – Saturday 26 May 2018
Who: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Nigel Kennedy with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, +more
Presented by: BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 2

Where: War Memorial Park, Coventry, England
When: Sunday 27 – Monday 28 May 2018
Who: Billy Ocean, Snow Patrol, Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Bond, Nigel Kennedy with the BBC Concert Orchestra, +more
Presented by: BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3

Where: Titanic Slipways, Belfast, Northern Ireland
When: Friday 25 – Saturday 26 May 2018
Who: Beck, Courtney Barnett, Manic Street Preachers, Public Service Broadcasting, +more
Presented by: BBC 6 Music
More Info on Belfast line-up & tickets can be found here

How to get tickets?

Tickets for BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend go on sale on Monday 12 February, priced at £18 plus a £4.50 booking fee. There will be over 175,000 tickets available to the public. Tickets will be geographically weighted with a percentage available to each of the local areas.

For more ticket information, head to The Biggest Weekend’s official website, and watch the video below:

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