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Rudimental, George Ezra and Cast to headline Jersey Live

Rudimental, George Ezra and Cast to headline Jersey Live

Friday 27 March 2015

Rudimental, George Ezra and Cast to headline Jersey Live

Friday 27 March 2015

The headliners of Jersey Live in September will be Rudimental, George Ezra and Cast – with more acts to be revealed in the coming weeks.

The organising team have announced the start of the line-up, with Spring Saver Tickets due to go on sale at 9 am tomorrow.

The JT-sponsored event is one of two major festivals being organised by the Jersey Live team – they recently announced the return of the Folklore Festival in March. That event takes place at Val de la Mare in June, with a bill topped by 90s rockers James and Reef and local girl Nerina Pallot.

Jersey Live say that the dance arena acts for Jersey Live will be announced on Saturday 4 April, with the second wave of main stage acts due to be announced on Saturday 11 April.

The Jersey Live event takes place once again at the Royal Jersey Showground in Trinity, on 5th and 6th of Trinity.

The full list of acts announced this morning is: Rudimental, George Ezra, Clean Bandit, Years & Years, Cast, Slaves, Circa Waves and The Bohicas.

On their Facebook page, the organisers wrote: “Jersey Live celebrates its 12th Edition this year, and what a journey it’s been since that very first festival way back in 2004.

“Starting out back then with just two stages, Jersey Live had a grand vision of what the festival could become with our annual offerings of music increasingly diverse and full of established and fresh, up-and-coming talent.”

For more information on the line-up, go to the official website here.

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