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Pop group Sugababes to headline Bristol festival this summer

Pop group Sugababes to headline Bristol festival this summer

Iconic girl band Sugababes will headline Siren festival at Bristol harbourside this summer. The music event welcomes the band’s original pop trio as its Thursday headliner on August 1

Siren is one of Bristol’s newest musical events and has hosted dance royalty since it launched three years ago. The likes of Sean Paul, Fabio & Grooverider and DJ Wilkinson took to the stage last year.

Now the Sugababes will take to the stage at Bristol’s Amphitheatre to perform their their hits such as Push the Button, Overload, Freak Like Me and About You Now. Their catalogue has spawned six number-one singles in the UK, with only The Spice Girls having more as a girl band.

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It has also been announced that following Siren, Hospitality on the Harbour will take over the stage with the best of drum and bass. The event will feature mixes of Andy C, the first DJ to sell out Wembley Arena, and Netsky and High Contrast will also make appearances.

Tom Hoyle, Co-Founder of Siren, said: “Having Sugababes headline at Siren is going to be an extraordinary experience for all of us! They’re one of those bands that have connected with so many different audiences and their music holds so many memories for people – and now we get to be a part of creating new memories with them, which is unbelievable. Back-to-back bangers as the sun sets on the harbourside, what more could you want from a summer’s night in Bristol?”

Tickets go on sale exclusively to those who sign-up from Thursday, February 15 at 6pm. Before going on sale to the public the following day at 10am. Tickets start from just £35.

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