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Boardmasters Line Up Announced
2:50pm 6th March 2012
Relentless Energy Drink Boardmasters in association with Vans has announced its line up for August 2012.
The four day Newquay event is Europe's only surf, skate and music festival.
Headlining on Friday 10th August at Watergate Bay is man of the moment and Brit Award winning Ed Sheeran. Joining him will be Grammy nominated DJ duo Ting Tings and London's The Big Pink. Friday's Dance Stage is headlined by DJ Fresh with his show FRESH/LIVE. Also joining the bill for Friday is Donavon Frankenreiter, Ryan Keen, Peter Bruntnell, Comedy Hour and Jack Wallen.
Saturday welcomes legendary London garage MC, rapper, songwriter and producer Dizzee Rascal. Joining him on the main stage is young rising star Maverick Sabre. British alternative rock band Maximo Park and DJ Zane Lowe will also be there.
Other acts confirmed come from across the musical spectrum with the likes of Lissie, Redlight, Doorly, Shapeshifter, Charlotte O'Connor and Comedy Hour.
(Photo thanks to Relentless Energy Drink Boardmasters in association with Vans)2:50pm 6th March 2012
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