Fusion Festival Birmingham
Fusion Festival Birmingham 2015
Updated: 26 March 2015
When: 28 – 30 August 2015
Where: Cofton Park, Birmingham
Who: Justin Bieber, Rudimental and McBusted to headline plus more
Fusion Festival returns to Birmingham’s Cofton Park this summer for three days packed with music from the world’s biggest pop stars.
Justin Bieber, Rudimental and McBusted lead the 2015 Fusion Festival line-up with artists such as Labrinth, The Vamps, Rixton and Sigma joining them over the weekend.
Justin Bieber, the Canadian mega-star who released his debut album My World 2.0 at just 16, will make his UK return playing his first show in two years at the Birmingham festival. He will be joined by special guest Tinie Tempah.
The following evening London quartet Rudimental, who topped the charts with their debut album Home and more recently have worked with artists including Ed Sheeran, will headline the event. Rudimental is Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and DJ Locksmith.
Things will end on a high note with McBusted, the pop supergroup comprising McFly and Busted members, closing the festival on Sunday 30 August. McBusted released their first self-titled album last year after they combined the two bands in 2013.
The exciting headliners will be joined by a wave of huge talent including Clean Bandit, Labrinth, Gorgon City and many more. Check out the full line-up below.
Fusion Festival 2015 line-up
Friday 28 August
Justin Bieber, Tinie Tempah, Rixton, DJ Fersh and Fuse ODG
Saturday 29 August
Rudimental, Labrinth, Clean Bandit, Ella Eyre, Sigma and Becky Hill
Sunday 30 August
McBusted, The Vamps, Jess Glynn, Gorgon City, Connor Maynard and Union J
About Fusion Festival
Fusion Festival is located at Cofton Park in Birmingham. The event, which is a non-camping festival, takes place over three days.
On Friday 28 August gates will open at 2pm with the festival starting at 4pm and closing at 10:30pm. On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August the festival gates open at 12pm with the event starting at 2pm and finishing at 10:30pm.
Fusion Festival can be accessed by car or public transport. There is a designated drop-off section along with car parking available, at a charge. The festival’s nearest train station is Longbridge and there a number of buses which stop near the event site.