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Liverpool’s Fusion Festival Announces All-Star Line-Up for 2017 Edition

2016 saw Liverpool’s inaugural pop-heavy festival, Fusion, taking place at Otterspool Promenade, having made the move up North to sunnier climes. This year, the weekend of Saturday 3rd – Sunday 4th September will see the Mersey shoreline once again transformed into a mecca for pop fans countrywide, as Fusion announce some HUUUUUGE acts to play this year.

Saturday sees pop princess power-group, Little Mix, heading to the North West for their headline slot at the event. The four-piece need very little by way of introductions, as they were winners of the 2011 edition of The X Factor. All four of their albums have reached at least 4th spot in the UK albums chart, and they have a rack of number-one singles under their belts, too.

Joining Little Mix on the Saturday will be Tinie Tempah, Louisa Johnson, 5 After Midnight, and John Newman, who saw chart success with Love Me Again, hitting the number one spot in 2013.

Sunday will see the UK’s original boy band, Take That, gracing the stage. Literally everyone on the planet knows who Take That are, so we’ll spare you the facts about their countless number one chart hits, huge album successes, or various other accolades. Just rest assured that if you head down there you’ll be in league with tonnes of other fans ready to take that (and party) …sorry.

Also, booked to appear on the Sunday, alongside Take That, we have teen indie-rock sensation the Vamps, Ella Henderson (who also won X-Factor), Mancunian singer-songwriter, JP Cooper, and last (but by no means least) Jax Jones.

Liverpool Fusion Festival takes place 2nd – 3rd September at Otterspool Promenade and Park, Liverpool. For the full line-up, photos, videos and ticket information head over to our Liverpool Fusion Festival page.

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