Kasabian, One Direction, Kings Of Leon, Katy Perry join One Big Weekend line-up

The Radio 1 bash will take place on Glasgow Green on May 24 and 25

Kasabian, One Direction, Kings Of Leon, Katy Perry join One Big Weekend line-up

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Katy Perry, One Direction, Kings of Leon and Kasabian are among the acts who have been added to the One Big Weekend line-up this morning (April 28).

Coldplay have already been revealed as headliners of the event, which will this year take place on Glasgow Green between May 24 and 25. They will play the Main Stage on Saturday, May 24.

Over 50 artists will play across the weekend across the event's three stages.

In addition to Coldplay, One Direction, Bastille, Pharrell, Jake Bugg, Lily Allen and Ed Sheeran will play the Main Stage on May 24.

Kings Of Leon, The Vamps, John Newman, Rita Ora, The 1975, Tinie Tempah and Paolo Nutini will play the Main Stage on Sunday, May 25, ahead of Katy Perry's headline performance.

Kasabian, meanwhile, will headline the In New Music We Trust Stage on Sunday, May 25. The full line-up that stage will be revealed tonight on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show.

All 50,000 tickets for the bash, which is now in its 11th year, were given away earlier this month in 35 minutes.

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