Bbc Summer Social Announces New Acts to Mark 100 Days to Go!

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Festival announces second wave of artists including Pixie Lott, Rak-Su, New Hope Club, Four of Diamonds, The Horrible Histories Movie & more

With Busted, John Newman, Nina Nesbitt, Freya Ridings, Mr Tumble and Andy Day already forming its best line-up to date, BBC Summer Social – which takes place at Croxteth Country Park in Liverpool on August 3rd and 4th – has today announced a second wave of incredible artists including: Pixie Lott, Rak-Su, New Hope Club and a screening of the brand-new Horrible Histories Movie - plus Max & Harvey (and lots more!).

Famous for number-one hits including ‘Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)’ and ‘All About Tonight’, four-time BRIT Award nominee Pixie Lott is a welcome addition to the Saturday bill and sure to gather crowds and ignite the festival party. 

British band Rak-Su, who rose to fame after winning X Factor,  , will have the crowds’ hearts ‘beating rápido’ on Saturday. Childhood friends Ashely, Jamaal, Myles and Mustafa became the first male band in the show’s history to take the winning title in 2017 and are without doubt a must-see at this year’s festival.     

Other confirmed acts for Saturday include British pop trio New Hope Club and female pop group Four of Diamonds, who also found their fame on X Factor, whilst a screening and cast Q&A of the much anticipated Horrible Histories movie will excite those looking for a hit of history. Also joining the line-up, and needing no introduction, are teen music sensations Max & Harvey. The duo’s refreshingly fun and authentic sound has connected with listeners across the globe racking up over 4m followers on social media and guaranteed to be a festival highlight!

Musical.ly and Tik Tok star, Amelia Gething and fellow YouTube superstar Rosie McClelland will also be in attendance. Plus, don’t miss social media icon Lewys Ball, known for his make-up tutorials and daily student life vlogs, and popular online personality Holly H - dubbed the UK’s biggest creator in the world on video app Tik Tok.

Dancing their way to the stage for energetic performances, sure to get the crowds moving, the cast of The Next Step and Britain’s Got Talent’s Mersey Girls will also showcase their talents on Saturday. 

Joining CBeebies Superstar Mr Tumble on Sunday, a whole host of CBBC and CBeebies presenters will take to the main stage to host non-stop fun for all the family across both days. Presenters include Sam Nixon, Yasmin Evans, Jonny Nelson, Hacker T Dog, Lauren Layfield, Karim Zeroual, Rhys Stephenson, Lyndsey Russell, Naomi Wilkinson, Rebecca Keatley, Ferne and Rory, Cat Sandion, Katy Ashworth, Ben Cajee, Maddie Moate and Dodge.

Alice Webb, Director, BBC Children’s, said: “We are so excited to announce more acts to our already bursting line-up of music artists and BBC stars. As we celebrate the return of BBC Summer Social to Liverpool for our second year, we are confident that 2019 will be bigger and better than ever.”

Taking place within the grounds of Croxteth Country Park in Liverpool over two days (August 3rd and 4th), BBC Summer Social will showcase a unique line-up of fabulous musical stars, the very best BBC, CBBC and CBeebies talent and the most popular family shows the BBC has to offer.

All around Croxteth Country Park visitors can discover immersive activity zones, theatre shows, interactive and inspiring workshops, a spectacular range of outdoor and indoor activities and live appearances from the most popular children’s authors.

BBC Summer Social is a fantastic day out for the whole family.

Published on 26 April 2019 by Ben Robinson

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