This weekend will see the return of a favourite music festival, Radio1’s Big Weekend, which has been taking place in various locations across the UK for over 30 years. This year’s event will be held at Snape Maltings, near Ed Sheeran’s home. Since his Divide world tour finished in August, he has been spending time with his family and releasing new music. This is the first time Ed Sheeran has performed since he finished his first world tour in 2015. The concert will be one of his last performances before he returns to the stage for the first time since he finished his latest album of duets.
The festival is being held in Coventry, and this year will be the first time that it will take place in this area. It will feature more than 100 live performances from a host of artists, including Ed Sheeran. The event will take place over the weekend of May 27-29. It will feature artists including Anne-Marie, AJ Tracey, Calvin Harris, Sigrid, and KSI.
The BBC has announced the line-up for the next Big Weekend festival. The three-day festival will be held at Coventry’s War Memorial Park on May 28-31. It is the first physical edition since 2019, when the singer cancelled his performance due to a pandemic. However, despite the absence of live audiences, the event will be broadcast online. The line-up includes Aitch, AJ Tracey, and Royal Blood.
The main stage at Radio1’s Big Weekend will be a huge musical experience. He will be joined by Aitch, AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, Calvin Harris, YUNGBLUD, and YUNGBLUD. Other acts will also perform on the main stage on May 28. For more information, visit the official website of BBC.com.
The festival will be held in Coventry’s War Memorial Park from May 28 to May 31. He is set to headline the main stage on Saturday and will perform with Aitch, AJ Tracey, Yungblud, and Calvin Harris on Saturday. Other artists at the festival include AJ Tracey, Yungbold, and Yungblud.
Throughout the weekend, the Big Weekend will feature a number of performers from around the world. Coldplay, YUNGBLUD, and Ed Sheeran are all set to appear on the main stage of the event on Saturday. The other acts will include AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, and AJ Tracey. The festival will be broadcast live on BBC Radio, and it is estimated that more than a hundred performances will be streamed live.