Tennent's Vital: Labrinth and Seeb join Red Hot Chili Peppers and Avicii line-up
The final acts have been confirmed to join the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Avicii at Tennent's Vital music festival this summer.
Labrinth will be joining the Thursday, August 25 bill at Belfast’s Boucher Road Playing fields, supporting headliner The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
And Seeb will be joining the line-up on Friday August 26 supporting headliner Avicii.
London-born singer, songwriter, and producer, Labrinth has made a name for himself with a string of top five singles from his debut album Electronic Earth, as well as for his work writing and producing tracks for artists that have included Rihanna, Mike Posner, Usher, Tinie Tempah, Gorillaz, Professor Green, and Ms. Dynamite.
Electronic Earth debuted at No. 2 in the UK and has sold more than 300,000 copies worldwide.
Seeb, who released the debut single ‘Breathe’ in March this year, are an electronic music duo consisting of Norwegian musicians and producers Simen Eriksrud and Espen Berg.
Based in Oslo, Simen and Espen have, until recently, been working as producers and songwriters, with several chart topping tracks under their belts.
Thursday August 25- Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fall Out Boy, Labrinth and Cage the Elephant, tickets priced £49.50 including booking fee.
Friday August 26 – Avicii, Jess Glynne, Duke Dumont, Galantis, Seeb and Zak Abel, tickets priced £39.50 including booking fee.
Tickets for Tennent’s Vital are available from official ticket partner Ticketmaster.
Tickets are also available in person from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide or via the 24hr Telephone hotlines: (NI & UK) 0844 847 2455/ (ROI) 0818 719 300. Tickets should be bought only from official Ticketmaster outlets – fans should not
Tennent's Vital is an over 16s event. However, a parent aged 25 and over can take up to two under 16s to the show.
Parents will be required to show age identification and sign a consent form in order to gain admission on the day. Under 16s must be accompanied by their parent at all times. Bars will operate a strict Challenge 25 policy.
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