Drum and bass powerhouse Ella Eyre and sultry power-pop vocalist Jess Glynne have been added to the bill for the Pride Festival Weekend on August 4-5.
Having shot to fame when she provided unforgettable guest vocals on Rudimental’s classic Waiting All Night, 23-year-old Ella has since carved a regular place for herself in the charts and gained the recognition she deserves as a force to be reckoned with in British pop. She will appear on the main stage on Saturday, August 4.
The mighty Jess Glynne will treat the crowd to her anthem-filled set of big summer ballads at the LoveBN1Fest on Sunday, August 5.
Making her name with the sultry power-pop vocals to Clean Bandit’s 2014 Grammy Award winning anthem Rather Be, Jess scored another number one earlier that same year on Route 94’s My Love.
The following year, she topped the singles charts five times with the release of her debut album I Cry When I Laugh – making her only the second ever British female solo artist to achieve this feat, after Cheryl. More recently, she teamed up with Tinie Tempah on last year’s chart smash Not Letting Go.
More artist will be announced for both days of the Pride Festival every day this week.
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