Music festival return confirmed

PUBLISHED: 14:14 04 June 2015 | UPDATED: 14:34 04 June 2015

Clean Bandit, this year's Corona Sunsets festival headliners.

Clean Bandit, this year's Corona Sunsets festival headliners.

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A WORLD-RENOWNED music festival is coming back to Weston for a second year.

Chart-toppers Clean Bandit have been announced as headliners for the return of the one-day Corona Sunsets festival, which enjoyed blazing sunshine for its first visit to the town’s beach last summer.

The house and dance music festival will be back in Weston on July 11 for the second leg of its world tour, which kicked off in Mexico’s iconic Playa Del Carmen on May 2.

More acts are set to be announced in the coming weeks but Bristol’s own Motion, Team Love and The Blast have been confirmed to host the smaller Crown Stage, which last year featured the likes of Rob Da Bank and B Traits.

Early bird tickets, priced £16, are available online here, with limited availability.

For the full preview on the Corona Sunsets festival, see next week’s Mercury.

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