V Festival 2013 line-up day splits

V Festival 2013

V Festival 2013


THE line-up day splits for V Festival 2013 have been revealed.

V Festival 2013 line-upV Festival 2013 line-up

Beyoncé will headline the main stage at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, on Saturday, August 17.

The Crazy in Love singer and Jay-Z’s wife will then top the bill at Weston Park, in Staffordshire, the following night.

The Script, Jessie J and Liam Gallagher’s band Beady Eye will also play Hylands Park on the opening night of the two-day music event.

Beady Eye will headline the second stage, with The Courtneers, Fun. and Labrinth also performing.

V2013 headliners Kings of Leon will play the Essex leg of the Virgin Media sponsored twin-site festival on Sunday, August 18.

As well as the Sex on Fire American rockers, the Sunday line-up at Hylands Park will also feature Welsh group Stereophonics, The Vaccines, dance chart-topper Calvin Harris and ubiquitous Brit Award winner Emeli Sandé.

They will play the Weston site the day before.

Calvin Harris tops the second stage line-up, with Basement Jaxx playing the Arena Stage.

Check the V Festival website for latest ticket details.

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