Multi-genre and family-friendly
Fusion Festival lets loose for a huge, family-friendly summer party. A diverse lineup of pop, urban and electronic music lights up Birmingham's Cofton Park for the first ever three-day edition of the festival in 2015.
Fusion's inaugural Friday night will feature the all-conquering Tinie Tempah, with more all-out pop coming in the form of McBusted and Ella Henderson. Meanwhile, British stars Rudimental, Clean Bandit and Labrynth widen out the genre palette.
More than 60,000 people will party in style – and Fusion's partnership with the Prince's Trust ensures that they will also contribute to charitable work with disadvantaged young people.
South-west of Birmingham city centre, Cofton Park is a classic outdoor festival location. It's easy to get to and a huge, wide open-space that can hold multiple stages and massive crowds.
Cofton Park, Low Hill Lane, Longbridge, Birmingham, B31 2BQ, United Kingdom
FROM THE AIRPORT: Birmingham Airport is east of the city centre. Trains run every 15 minutes direct to Birmingham New Street Station.
FROM BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET: Trains to Longbridge depart every 10 minutes, taking around 20 minutes to arrive. From Longbridge, the short journey south can be done by local bus or festival shuttle.
Children aged 5 and under enter free; children aged 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
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