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Fusion Festival 2017 – Here is what we know so far

6 years ago

By The Guide Liverpool

Fusion Festival 2017 – Here is what we know so far

It was announced this morning on Capital Liverpool Breakfast that the biggest pop party in the UK is returning to Liverpool.

Last year the festival moved from its original location in Birmingham to the music capital of the world for two days of pop perfection. Jason Derulo and Olly Murs filled the headline slots with pop anthem after pop anthem and of course we were there to capture all of the action.

Watch all of our coverage from last year’s Fusion Festival here.

When is it?

Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September 2017.

Where is it?

Fusion Festival will return to Otterspool Promenade off Otterspool Road, Liverpool.

How can you get tickets?

Early bird tickets are available right now starting at £72.00 for a full weekend pass which gets you access son both Saturday and Sunday. Day passes start at £39.00. Head to thefusionfestival.co.uk to book yours.

If you live in postcode areas L17, L18 or L19 you can purchase half price tickets. Use promo code RESIDENTS.
Book your residents tickets here.

Who’s playing?

No acts have been announced yet but keep listening to Capital Liverpool for updates. In previous years everyone from Ed Sheehan to Neyo, Craig David to Tinie Tempah and Busted and Becky Hill have performed. Think number one artists, international superstars and the biggest bands on the planet and you’ll be close to the lineup for Fusion 2017.


If it is anything last year then Fusion will once again blow your socks off, all eyes once again on Liverpool. Fore more info and updates about the Festival follow the gang on Twitter here.

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