Beach Break Live Announce First Acts

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Beach Break Live Announce First Acts

Beardyman, Professor Green, Katy B, Tinie Tempah and lots more acts are announced today for Beach Break Live 2011

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the magical, star-studded, balmy beach side bonanza Beach Break Live powered by Dell is back for it's fifth year and following a sizzling sell out 2010 show, is proud to welcome the first wave of fantastic artists to the 2011 bill. 

Set on a stunning site complete with 8 miles of silky white sand, 500 acres of beautiful woodland and it's very own ski slope, brace yourself for 4 days and 4 nights of sun, sea, music and memory making!

Squeezing into his Speedos and heading to the beach this June to headline one of the 4 fantastic nights will be the man of the moment, pop-rap super star Tinie Tempah! With a string of number one singles, MOBOS and Brits under his belt, this man can do no wrong! Joining him on the main stage with one of their only live performances of the Summer will be New York's most charming indie band, the epic We Are Scientists. 

Also performing is rising mega starlet Katy B, recent NME award winner- Professor Green, the man Beach Break love -Beardyman, and sole survivors of the last ice age - Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

More acts announced are - Ed Sheeran, Frankie & The Heartstrings, Yasmin, Ash Grumwald, Maverick Sabre, The Milk, Florrie, Will & The People, Rodney Branigan, Grabrielle Aplin, Gypsy & The Cat, Dry The River, Winterhours, Coda, Free Peace, Felix Fables, Cubrik, White Pilots and Bobby Petrov.
A whole host of DJ's are also confirmed with the like of Mark Ronson, Jaguar Skills, DJ Yoda, Shy Fx, Zane Lowe and many more. Full line up so far here

The legendary Celtic Games will also be returning along with other pleasure treasures from pole dancing to parkour, moustache making to macrame, the silent disco, pub karaoke, vintage fairground rides and strictly come raving amongst others.

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Published on 01 March 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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