Even more acts set for T4

PUBLISHED: 13:54 25 June 2012

Michelle Keegan, of Coronation Street fame, is coming to T4 On The Beach

Michelle Keegan, of Coronation Street fame, is coming to T4 On The Beach


YET more talent has been added to the bill for T4 On The Beach’s tenth anniversary show in Weston on Sunday.

The Voice’s Tyler James joins cast members of Hollyoaks, Skins and Coronation Street on a sizzling line-up, which already includes Rita Ora, Tulisa, The Wanted and Wretch 32.

Indie-rock band The Enemy, rising star boy band Lonsdale Boys Club, London solo artists Josh Osho and Esmee Denters and YouTube sensations The Midnight Beast will join the acts.

Coronation Street’s Michelle Keegan, who plays Tina McIntyre on the show, will also be taking to the stage alongside recently-confirmed acts Stooshe, Skepta, Devlin and Lawson as well as a host of T4 presenters past and present, including Vernon Kay.

Boy band Lawson said: “We really can’t wait to get the crowds pumped at this year’s T4 On The Beach. We have always watched the show on TV and some of us have been which makes it even more exciting for us to be performing this year. We are hoping to get the chance to jump on stage with Rizzle Kicks.”

Tickets, priced £40, are available from www.channel4.com/t4

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