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  • Radio 1's Big Weekend - live from Hull on BBC Radio 1

    May 27, 2017 from 10:00 am - 12:00 am

    BBC Radio 1 broadcasts live from Burton Constable Hall, Hull, on the opening day of Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2017. The station’s annual live music event, and Europe’s largest free ticketed festival, will see some of the biggest and freshest UK and international acts entertain the crowds for a weekend of incredible live music.

    A stellar line-up of artists, including headliner Katy Perry, as well as the likes of Biffy Clyro, Emeli Sandé, Galantis, Imagine Dragons, James Arthur and more, are all on Saturday’s bill and will perform across one of the event’s three stages - the Main Stage, Where it Begins Stage and BBC Introducing Stage.

    The line-up is:
    Main stage
    Biffy Clyro, Emeli Sande, Galantis, Imagine Dragons, James Arthur, Kasabian, Katy Perry, Lorde, Zara Larsson

    Where It Begins stage
    Haim, JP Cooper, Lana del Ray, London Grammar, Plan B, Rag'n'Bone Man, The Amazons, Two Door Cinema Cllub, You Me At Six

    Radio 1 DJs will pair up to broadcast special shows live from the Hull event, bringing the inside scoop from the artists as they hit the Main Stage to perform. The presenters will take listeners on an access-all-areas tour of Big Weekend with live performances, musical highlights from the Main Stage and exclusive interviews with the artists on the day.

    The radio broadcasts from the first day of Radio 1’s Big Weekend Hull 2017 are:
    10am - Matt Edmondson & Adele Roberts
    1pm - Alice Levine, Nick Grimshaw & Dev
    4pm - Greg James, Charlie Sloth & Danny Howard
    7pm - Scott Mills, Clara Amfo & MistaJam
    10pm - Huw Stephens

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