Katy Perry, Kings of Leon, Kasabian & More Added To Radio 1 Big Weekend

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The free festival that takes place annually around the UK heads to Glasgow in 2014, with the biggest Big Weekend line-up to date.

With already announced Saturday headliner as Coldplay, plus other acts including The 1975 and Paolo Nutini already announced, Radio 1 revealed more acts this morning on Nick Grimshaw’s show, including the Sunday headliner as American popstar Katy Perry.

Other massive names added today include One Direction, Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Bastille, Lilly Allen, Jake Bugg, Tinie Tempah, John Newman and The Vamps who will all play the main stage.

Kasabian will headline the Sunday second stage, with more acts to be announced tonight from 7pm on Radio 1.

A third day of the festival will be played in 2014, with a mix of the hottest Radio 1 DJ’s and special guests opening the weekend on the Friday, this looks set to be one of the best Radio 1 Big Weekends since the festival began.

Radio 1 Big Weekend festival breakdown:

Friday

Tiesto
Martin Garrix
Pete Tong
Zane Lowe
Annie Mac
Danny Howard

Saturday

Coldplay
One Direction
Ed Sheeran
Pharrell
Bastille
Lilly Allen
Jake Bugg

Sunday

Katy Perry
Paolo Nutini
Kings of Leon
Tinie Tempah
Rita Ora
The 1975
John Newman
The Vamps

Kasabian

Radio 1 Big Weekend takes place from May 23-25th in Glasgow, tickets are sold out.

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