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2:45pm 5th December 2011

Plan B's the first headliner announced for next year's Eden Sessions.

The urban star is going to perform at the Biomes near St Austell in July.

Limited tickets are on sale from today.

The rest are released next week.

Martin Williams, Eden’s Marketing Director says:

“We are proud to launch the 2012 Eden Sessions with the multi-platinum selling artist Plan B.

“With The Defamation of Strickland Banks selling more than a million copies and the tour wowing audiences from Sydney to Los Angeles and back again with notable stops at Glastonbury, V Festival, the O2 Arena and Hyde Park, the opportunity to catch him is incredible.

“We are very excited with the line-up for 2012. Announcements will be made over the next few months. Watch this space.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

2:45pm 5th December 2011

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