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BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend

BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend

BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend (previously known as One Big Weekend, for 2012 as Radio 1's Hackney Weekend, and for 2018 as BBC Music's Biggest Weekend) is a music festival run by BBC Radio 1. It is held once a year, in a different location within the United Kingdom each time. It was previously the biggest free ticketed music event in Europe, until a fee for tickets was introduced in 2018, and always includes a host of new artists.

The festival is a spin-off of Radio 1's "One Big Sunday", where in each Sunday during July and August, a different town would host the roadshow, usually next to a beach or in a large park. These were also free, but non-ticketed.

Both the "One Big Sunday" and "One Big Weekend" events are successors to the Radio 1 Roadshow which toured the country during every summer from 1973 until the 1990s.

Originally a "One Big Weekend" would run twice a year. Saturday was dedicated to dance music and Sunday to bands. Since 2005, the dance day has been replaced by a second day of bands. In 2005, the dance music took place on a second stage on the Saturday only[1] and in 2006 it took place off site at a club on the Saturday night.[2] The "Saturday" of dance music was effectively reinstated for the 2013 event in Northern Ireland, but with the day of electronic dance being held on the Friday of the weekend.

The Big Weekend was replaced by a larger festival in 2012, named "Radio 1's Hackney Weekend", with a crowd capacity of 50,000. The event took place over the weekend of 23–24 June 2012 in Hackney, East London.[3]

In 2013 the Big Weekend was, for the first time, a three-day event, and it was held in Derry, Northern Ireland. It was the first time that the Big Weekend had been held in the same city for a second time - having previously visited the city in April 2004. The 2014 event took place in Glasgow Green.

The 2015 Big Weekend location was revealed to be Norwich on Nick Grimshaw's Breakfast show on 23 January 2015. The event took place on 23 and 24 May 2015.[4] The 2016 Big Weekend location was Powderham Castle, Kenton near Exeter on 28 and 29 May. The 2017 Big Weekend location was Burton Constable Hall, near the city of Hull on 27 and 28 May. The 2019 event was held in Stewart Park, Middlesbrough on 24, 25 and 26 May.

BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend
GenrePop, rock, dance, grime, hip hop, R&B
DatesVaries (last weekend of May, since 2012)
Location(s)United Kingdom (touring)
Years active2000–present
Founded byBBC Radio 1
Websitebbc.co.uk/events/e4q9hn [46]


Heaton Park, Manchester, England (Saturday cancelled due to adverse weather)3–4 May 2003[5]www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/onebigweekend/2003/manchester [47]
Cardiff, Wales13–14 September 2003www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/onebigweekend/2003/cardiff [48]
Prehen, Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland24–25 April 2004www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/onebigweekend/2004 [49]
Perry Park, Birmingham, England18–19 September 2004www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/onebigweekend/birmingham [50]
Herrington Country Park, Sunderland, England7–8 May 2005www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend05 [51]
Camperdown Park, Dundee, Scotland13–14 May 2006www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend06 [52]
Moor Park, Preston, Lancashire, England19–20 May 2007www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend/2007 [53]
Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent, England10–11 May 2008www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend/2008 [54]
Lydiard Park, Swindon, Wiltshire, England9–10 May 2009www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend/2009 [55]
Faenol Estate, Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales22–23 May 2010www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend/2010 [56]
Carlisle Airport, Carlisle, Cumbria, England14–15 May 2011www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/bigweekend/2011 [57]
Hackney Marshes, Hackney, London, England23–24 June 2012www.bbc.co.uk/events/e9wmxj [58]
Ebrington Square, Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland24–26 May 2013www.bbc.co.uk/events/e82wrz [59]
Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Scotland23–25 May 2014www.bbc.co.uk/events/ep3g9r [60]
Earlham Park, Norwich, England23–24 May 2015www.bbc.co.uk/events/ewh8q9 [61]
Powderham Castle, Exeter, England28–29 May 2016www.bbc.co.uk/events/e2f9rz [62]
Burton Constable Hall, Hull, England27–28 May 2017www.bbc.co.uk/events/eppp6q [63]
Titanic Slipways, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland
Singleton Park, Swansea, Wales
War Memorial Park, Coventry, England
25–26 May 2018
25–26 May 2018
26–27 May 2018
27–28 May 2018
Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, England24–26 May 2019www.bbc.co.uk/events/e4q9hn [64]


Tickets to the festival are, notably, free (except the small booking fee which was introduced from the 2012 event onwards) but are usually now restricted to one pair per person. Prior to 2006, a ticket booth would be set up in an easy location in the centre of the hosting city, and anybody who wished to obtain a pair of tickets would queue up, before a Radio 1 DJ gave them out (pairs of tickets for the Saturday given away on a Saturday and on the following day for the Sunday), on a first-come first-served basis. The theory there was that the majority of tickets would go to local residents, as people from further away would not make the journey. However, as more and more 'non-local' residents came to the giveaways, and the capacity at the events grew year-on-year, it was decided that a different system was needed. From 2006, therefore, pairs of tickets have been given away through an online lottery. People wishing to attend register on the BBC Radio 1 website and pairs of tickets are then randomly allocated and given out. In order to make sure that those who live locally get the majority of tickets, the applications are split into categories of 'local postcodes' and 'other postcodes' and the majority of the tickets (usually 95%) are reserved for the former.

Despite the tickets being free, some people often attempt to sell them on eBay, and in recent years this has meant that various security measures have been introduced, most notably the barcodes on tickets which are scanned at the gate, the rule that the person whose name is registered on the ticket has to be in attendance and, from 2012, passport-style pictures being required as part of the application process. Tickets are also given away as prizes via various competitions held on Radio 1 (and now 1Xtra) in the weeks running up to the event, which is usually the only way in which members of the public can obtain passes for both days of the event. For the 2013 event, no pre-registration was necessary, and instead all tickets were given away on a 'first come first served' basis - albeit still with the skewing of 90% of tickets being held back for residents of Northern Ireland. After an initial 24-hour delay due to technical difficulties, the tickets all sold out within an hour. 2014's event in Glasgow saw the 'first come first served' ticket release return with no pre-registration needed. 50% of tickets were reserved for residents within the boundaries of Glasgow City Council with a further 45% reserved for those in the rest of Scotland. However, for the first time ever, members of the public could obtain tickets to all three days of the festival. This led to complaints from some disappointed fans who were left without tickets to any day while others bagged tickets for the entire weekend.

For the 2006 event in Dundee, less than half of the tickets were given to local residents,[10] and allegations were made of postal workers stealing tickets.[11]


On the 28 February it was announced that the 2019 event would be held at Stewart Park in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, as the first eight acts were announced. It was confirmed that Miley Cyrus will be the headliner of the Saturday line-up along with The 1975 on Sunday and the joins of Future, Mumford & Sons, Little Mix, Khalid, Zara Larsson and Mabel. On 11 March the remaining acts were announced In addition to announcing the other ones, the days of which the artists would be performing was released. 100 free tickets for each day were released on 13 March, selling out in a few minutes. One day later 32,000 tickets for each day were released, with all 64,000 tickets sold out in 90 minutes. On 19 April, during Radio 1's Rave Lounge, Annie Mac and Danny Howard announced that a further day had been added on the event. Acts included MK, Mark Ronson, Howard, Mac, Purple Disco Machine and Wilkinson. Tickets were released the following Friday. Two days before the event it was announced that Fredo would no longer be performing and was replaced with AJ Tracey. On the second day of the festival it was announced that Jess Glynne was unable to perform due to a vocal cord haemorrhage and, in order to fill her place on the Main Stage, Khalid was promoted from the New Music Stage and Annie Mac replaced Khalid on that stage.


Friday 24 MaySaturday 25 MaySunday 26 May
Main Stage
Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus
Annie Mac
Danny Howard
Sub Focus, Wilkinson & Dimension
Purple Disco Machine
Miley Cyrus
James Arthur
Billie Eilish
Mumford & Sons
The 1975
Ellie Goulding
Sean Paul
Rita Ora
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Jax Jones
Zara Larsson
Little Mix
The One For New Music Stage
Bring Me The Horizon
Vampire Weekend
Annie MacCharli XCXLewis Capaldi*
The Amazons
Sam Fender
Twenty One Pilots
Two Door Cinema Club
Pale Waves
AJ Tracey
BBC Introducing Stage
Dylan Cartlidge
Charlotte OC
Barny Fletcher
L Devine
Jade Bird
Eve Conway
Joy Crookes
Tom Walker
Cape Club
The Orielles
Sophie and the Giants
Emily Burns

Headline sets

  1. "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart"

  2. "Mother's Daughter"

  3. "Cattitude"

  4. "D.R.E.A.M."

  5. "We Can't Stop" (with Charli XCX)

  6. "Malibu"

  7. "Jolene"

  8. "Party in the U.S.A."

  9. "Can't Be Tamed"

  10. "Wrecking Ball"

  1. "Give Yourself a Try"

  2. "TooTimeTooTimeTooTime"

  3. "Sincerity Is Scary"

  4. "It's Not Living (If It's Not with You)"

  5. "Love Me"

  6. "Robbers"

  7. "I Like America & America Likes Me"

  8. "Somebody Else"

  9. "I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)"

  10. "Love It If We Made It"

  11. "Chocolate"

  12. "Sex"

  13. "The Sound"


In order to take advantage of the absence of the Glastonbury Festival in 2018, 4 separate Big Weekends were held simultaneously between 25 and 28 May. Stylized as "BBC Music's Biggest Weekend", events were held in Swansea (with a line-up curated by Radio 1), Coventry and Perth (both curated by Radio 2) and Belfast (curated by Radio 6).[14] Tickets sold out for the Swansea, Perth and Coventry Big Weekends.



Friday 25 MaySaturday 26 May
Main Stage
Manic Street Preachers
The Breeders
Courtney Barnett
Public Service Broadcasting
Lykke Li
*Father John Misty
Ulster Orchestra*
Franz Ferdinand
First Aid Kit
Neneh Cherry
Little Dragon
Young Fathers
Radio 6 Recommends Stage
David Holmes
The Orielles
Jordan Rakei
Hannah Peel
Phoebe Bridgers
Mary Anne Hobbs
Hollie Cook
Dream Wife


Friday 25 MaySaturday 26 May
Main Stage
Nigel Kennedy
Danielle de Niese
Evelyn Glennie
Eddi Reader
Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Mica Paris & Michael Xavier
Karine Polwart
Jamie Cullum
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Simple Minds
Emeli Sandé
The Shires
Amy Macdonald
The Beat starring Dave Wakeling
Julie Fowlis
Radio 2 Stage
Moishe's Bagel
Sistema Scotland
Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Rae Morris
Callum Beattie
Blue Rose Code
Andy Brown
Hannah Grace
Emma McGrath


Saturday 26 MaySunday 27 May
Main Stage
Sam Smith
Craig David
Jess Glynne
George Ezra
Years & Years
Liam Payne
Clean Bandit
Ed Sheeran
Florence + the Machine
Taylor Swift
Thirty Seconds to Mars
Shawn Mendes
Camila Cabello
Jason Derulo
Demi Lovato
Luis Fonsi
Niall Horan
Rita Ora
Radio 1's Other Stage
Wolf Alice

Jorja Smith
Steel Banglez
James Bay
Panic! at the Disco
Christine and the Queens
J Hus
Jessie Ware
Stefflon Don
Hailee Steinfeld
Jax Jones
Tom Walker
BBC Music Introducing Stage
Astroid Boys
Band Pres Llareggub
Annabel Allum
Bad Mannequins
Alicai Harley
Isaac Gracie
Connie Constance
Fizzy Blood
Sea Girls
Rachel K Collier
Boy Azooga
Serol Serol
Esha Maria
The Howl & The Hum
Caitlyn Scarlett
Declan J Donovan
Art School Girlfriend


Sunday 26 MayMonday 27 May
Main Stage
Liam Gallagher
Paloma Faith
Billy Ocean
Snow Patrol
Jamie Cullum
The Selecter
Nigel Kennedy
Strictly Come Dancing
BBC Concert Orchestra
Miloš Karadaglić
Eliza Carthy
GoGo Penguin
Angélique Kidjo
Radio 2 Stage
Turin Brakes
The Wandering Hearts
Jalen N'Gonda
Catherine McGrath
Ten Tonnes
Brother Zulu
Joe Dolman
Jon Boden
Jaguar Land Rover Band
  1. "One Last Song"

  2. "I'm Not the Only One"

  3. "Like I Can"

  4. "Lay Me Down"

  5. "Latch"

  6. "Money on My Mind"

  7. "Midnight Train"

  8. "Baby, You Make Me Crazy"

  9. "Him"

  10. "Pray"

  11. "Stay with Me"

  12. "Too Good at Goodbyes"

  1. "Queen of Peace"

  2. "Only If for a Night"

  3. "Hunger"

  4. "Sweet Nothing"

  5. "Dog Days Are Over"

  6. "Sk"

  7. "You Got the Love"

  8. "Ship to Wreck"

  9. "What Kind of Man"

  10. "Shake It Out"


For 2017, the event was held at Burton Constable Hall approximately 9 miles (14 km) north-east of Hull. The location was confirmed the morning of 23 January, acts confirmed include Kings of Leon, Little Mix and Stormzy.[17] On 16 March 2017, it was announced Katy Perry will be headlining the Saturday night.[18]


Saturday 27 MaySunday 28 May
Main Stage
Katy Perry
Biffy Clyro
Emeli Sandé
Imagine Dragons
James Arthur
Zara Larsson
Where It Begins
Plan B
Two Door Cinema Club
Lana Del Rey
You Me at Six
London Grammar
Rag'n'Bone Man
JP Cooper
The Amazons
Royal Blood
Christine and the Queens
Twin Atlantic
Dua Lipa
Circa Waves
Mura Masa
BBC Introducing Stage
Declan McKenna
Stevie Parker
The Modern Strangers
The Hubbards
Chiedu Oraka
Pale Waves
Loyle Carner
Brand New Friend
Jack Conman
The Big Moon
Our Girl

Headline sets

  1. "Chained to the Rhythm"

  2. "Bon Appétit"

  3. "Teenage Dream"

  4. "Firework"

  5. "Dark Horse"

  6. "E.T."

  7. "Part of Me"

  8. "California Gurls"

  9. "I Kissed a Girl"

  10. "Swish Swish"

  11. "Roar"

  1. "Waste a Moment"

  2. "The Bucket"

  3. "Supersoaker"

  4. "Fans"

  5. "Reverend"

  6. "On Call"

  7. "WALLS"

  8. "Find Me"

  9. "Crawl"

  10. "Notion"

  11. "Use Somebody"

  12. "Radioactive"

  13. "Sex on Fire"


The event was held in Powderham Castle, Kenton near Exeter on 28 and 29 May. Coldplay headlined the second and final night, with other acts performing including Bring Me the Horizon, Chase & Status, Ellie Goulding and Craig David.[21] On 1 March, it was announced that The 1975 and Jake Bugg had been added to the lineup.[22] Ticket information was announced on Monday 21 March.[23] Tickets went on sale at 8 am on Monday 4 April. As usual, the tickets themselves were free, but there was an £8.50 administration fee with each ticket. In 2016, 60% of the tickets were reserved for residents living in areas covered by Exeter City Council and Teignbridge district council. A further 35% went to residents in surrounding areas of Exeter, including those with any other Exeter (EX) and Torquay (TQ) postcodes and those with Truro (TR), Plymouth (PL), Taunton (TA) and Dorchester (DT) postcodes, whilst the remaining 5% of tickets were available to the rest of the UK.[24] The full line-up was announced in April 2016.


Saturday 28 MaySunday 29 May
Main Stage
Mumford & Sons
Chase & Status
Jess Glynne
Jake Bugg
Meghan Trainor
Tom Odell
Nick Jonas
The Weeknd
Ellie Goulding
The 1975
Iggy Azalea
Years & Years
Catfish and the Bottlemen
In New Music We Trust
Bring Me the Horizon
Fetty Wap
Tame Impala
Twenty One Pilots
Craig David
Biffy Clyro
The Last Shadow Puppets
Wolf Alice
Jack Garratt
Alessia Cara
Panic! at the Disco
BBC Introducing Stage
Tiny Folds
Louis Berry
Declan McKenna
Rosie Lowe
Jealous of the Birds
Barns Courtney
The Hunna
Spring King
Shannon Saunders
Reuel Elijah
Catholic Action
Black Foxxes
Alice Jemima
Tobi Sunmola
Izzy Bizu
BB Diamond
James Cherry


Twenty One Pilots had their set cut short due to "safety concerns". Frontman Tyler Joseph climbed a mast whilst singing "Car Radio", which prompted BBC officials to appear and cut his microphone off, and ask bandmate Josh Dun to stop drumming. They could not continue with their set and had to leave the stage.[25]


On 23 January, Nick Grimshaw announced on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show, that the 2015 event would be held at Earlham Park in Norwich, Norfolk, next to the University of East Anglia, taking place on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 May. On 31 March, 50,000 tickets went on sale and sold out within 40 minutes. The full lineup for main stage and the INMWT tent was announced on 20 April, Muse headlined on the Saturday and Foo Fighters on the Sunday. The majority of acts for the BBC introducing stage were announced on 22 April with the remaining acts announced on 4 May.


Saturday 23 MaySunday 24 May
Main Stage
Florence and the Machine
David Guetta
Fall Out Boy
Ben Howard
Charli XCX
The Vaccines
5 Seconds of Summer
Foo Fighters
Taylor Swift
George Ezra
Imagine Dragons
Rita Ora
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Clean Bandit
Olly Murs
In New Music We Trust Stage
Jess Glynne
Years & Years
Circa Waves
Ella Eyre
Mallory Knox
Snoop Dogg
Jamie T
James Bay
Lethal Bizzle
Lower Than Atlantis
BBC Introducing Stage
Port Isla
Ted Zed
Fickle Friends
Get Inuit
Ruen Brothers
The Hearts
Kill It Kid
Laura Doggett
Hot Cops
Will Robert
Harry Edwards
Best Friends
Franko Fraize
Youth Club
  • Due to his vocal cord operation, Sam Smith's performance on Sunday was cancelled and replaced by Catfish and the Bottlemen.


On 30 January, Nick Grimshaw, Rita Ora and Paolo Nutini announced that the 2014 event would be held in Glasgow to celebrate the 2014 Commonwealth Games. For the first time, the event took place in two different locations in the same city. The Friday night of the event was held in George Square and was dedicated to dance music.[26] The remaining two days followed the traditional format of the Big Weekend and took place at Glasgow Green. Coldplay, Rita Ora, Paolo Nutini, Pharrell Williams and The 1975 performed. On 31 March, 60,000 weekend tickets for the event sold out in 30 minutes.[27] The Main Stage lineup was announced on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show on 28 April 2014. It was announced that Katy Perry would headline on the Sunday night while One Direction and Kings of Leon would open the Main Stage on the Saturday and Sunday respectively. Local Scottish band Baby Stange performed on the BBC Introducing Stage.


Friday 23 MaySaturday 24 MaySunday 25 May
George Square StageMain Stage
Martin Garrix
Pete Tong
Zane Lowe
Annie Mac
Danny Howard
Calvin Harris
Ed Sheeran
Lily Allen
Jake Bugg
Pharrell Williams
One Direction
Katy Perry
Paolo Nutini
Tinie Tempah
The 1975
Rita Ora
John Newman
The Vamps
Kings of Leon
In New Music We Trust Stage
Clean Bandit
Bombay Bicycle Club
Katy B
Twin Atlantic
The Kooks
Sub Focus
You Me at Six
London Grammar
Sam Smith
Gorgon City
BBC Introducing Stage
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Saint Raymond
Sega Bodega
Model Aeroplanes
Racing Glaciers
Little Shoes Big Voice
Shy Nature
Leon Else
Royal Blood
Baby Strange
Rosie Lowe
Algernon Doll

Headline sets

  1. "Paradise"

  2. "Charlie Brown"

  3. "Magic"

  4. "Yellow"

  5. "Clocks"

  6. "Every Teardrop is a Waterfall"

  7. "True Love"

  8. "Viva la Vida"

  9. "Oceans"

  10. "A Sky Full of Stars"


  1. "Fix You"

  1. "Roar"

  2. "Part of Me"

  3. "Wide Awake"

  4. "Dark Horse"

  5. "I Kissed a Girl"

  6. "The One That Got Away" (with small excerpts of "Thinking of You")

  7. "Unconditionally"

  8. "Walking on Air"

  9. "Teenage Dream"

  10. "California Gurls"

  11. "Birthday"

  1. "Firework"


The new Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw announced that the Big Weekend would return to Derry in May 2013 to celebrate its title of UK City of Culture 2013, the same city that hosted the first of the two 2004 Big Weekends (although the actual site is different). For the first time, the Big Weekend extended to a third day - which focused on dance music. Alongside that initial announcement were the confirmation of the first two acts, Olly Murs and Two Door Cinema Club, with the rest of the line-up being announced by Grimshaw during another Radio 1 Breakfast Show on Monday 6 May. Both of the stages were in Ebrington Square - unlike recent Big Weekends there was no BBC Introducing Stage or Live Lounge Tent at this event. The '1Xtra' and 'In New Music We Trust' stages from Hackney 2012 were combined into a single venue.


Friday 24 MaySaturday 25 MaySunday 26 May
Main Stage
Calvin Harris
Chase and Status
Dizzee Rascal
Pete Tong
Zane Lowe
Danny Howard
Toddla T
Biffy Clyro
The Vaccines
Two Door Cinema Club
Ellie Goulding
Conor Maynard
The Saturdays
Bruno Mars
Thirty Seconds to Mars
The Script
Olly Murs
Jake Bugg
Wretch 32
Little Mix
1Xtra Arena/In New Music We Trust Stage
Rita Ora
A$AP Rocky
J. Cole
Maverick Sabre
Katy B
Angel Haze
DJ Fresh
Kendrick Lamar
Bring Me the Horizon
The 1975
Iggy Azalea
Laura Mvula
Frightened Rabbit
Vampire Weekend
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Everything Everything
Jessie Ware
Miles Kane
We Are The Ocean
  • Due to issues at Heathrow Airport, two acts on the bill for Friday were unable to attend the event: those being Angel Haze and AlunaGeorge. Further acts also had their performances affected by the flight disruptions but were still able to appear: J. Cole was forced to substitute his band for a backing track, and Rudimental's equipment was stuck in London, forcing them to use the equipment of Chase and Status.

  • The above tables do not always represent the stage orders - for example, Two Door Cinema Club opened the Main Stage on Saturday, as opposed to The Saturdays, who in fact performed second on the day. Similarly, 30 Seconds To Mars opened the Main Stage on Sunday.

Headline sets

  1. "Spectrum"

  2. "Awooga"

  3. "We Are Your Friends"

  4. "Reload"

  5. "Flashback"

  6. "Bounce"

  7. "Monkey See Monkey Do"

  8. "Drinking From The Bottle"

  9. "Here We Fucking Go"

  10. "We Found Love"

  11. "Be Strong"

  12. "Ladi Dadi"

  13. "You Got The Love"

  14. "Yeahhh"

  15. "In My Mind"

  16. "We'll Be Coming Back"

  17. "Epic"

  18. "Feel So Close"

  19. "Metropolis"

  20. "Promises" (cover of Nero)

  21. "Move"

  22. "Rage"

  23. "Need U 100%" (cover of Duke Dumont)

  24. "Million Voices"

  25. "Turn It Up"

  26. "I Need Your Love"

  27. "One More Time" (cover of Daft Punk)

  28. "Sweet Nothing"

  29. "Bura"

  30. "Let's Go"

  1. "Radioactive"

  2. "Facemelt"

  3. "Love and War"

  4. "Hot Right Now"

  5. "Shine Ya Light"

  6. "Roc the Life"

  7. "Hella Good"

  8. "She Wants To Move"

  9. "How We Do (Party)"

  10. "R.I.P."

  1. "Stingin' Belle"

  2. "The Captain"

  3. "Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies"

  4. "Biblical"

  5. "Sounds Like Balloons"

  6. "God & Satan"

  7. "Who's Got A Match?"

  8. "Bubbles"

  9. "Spanish Radio"

  10. "Opposite"

  11. "Glitter and Trauma"

  12. ""Many of Horror"

  13. "That Golden Rule"

  14. "Black Chandelier"

  15. "Mountains"

  1. "The Feeling"

  2. "Gold Dust"

  3. "Talkbox"

  4. "Hypercaine"

  5. "Levels" (cover of Avicii)

  6. "Hip Hop"

  7. "Paradise" (cover of Coldplay)

  8. "Lassitude"

  9. "Seven Nation Army" (cover of The White Stripes)

  10. "The Power"

  11. "Fire Over Water"

  12. "Hot Right Now"

  13. "The Edge"

  14. "Skyhighatrist"

  15. "Forever More"

  16. "Louder"

  1. "Locked Out Of Heaven"

  2. "Natalie"

  3. "Treasure"

  4. "Marry You"

  5. "Runaway Baby"

  6. "When I Was Your Man"

  7. "Grenade"

  8. "Just The Way You Are"

  1. "Cousins"

  2. "White Sky"

  3. "Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa"

  4. "Diane Young"

  5. "Step"

  6. "Holiday"

  7. "Unbelievers"

  8. "Everlasting Arms"

  9. "A-Punk"

  10. "Ya Hey"

  11. "Campus"

  12. "Oxford Comma"

  13. "Giving Up the Gun"

  14. "Walcott"


On 23 May 2011, it was announced that for 2012, Radio 1 would be replacing the Big Weekend with a 'Hackney Weekend' to form part of the London 2012 Festival, in the buildup to the 2012 Olympics.[3] The festival duly took place on the Hackney Marshes over the weekend of 23 and 24 June 2012.

50,000 people attended each of the two days in 2012, meaning a total of 100,000 people visited the site over the weekend: more than double the previous highest attendances (40,000 across the weekends in each of 2010 and 2011). Due to the upgraded scale of the festival, the number of stages were increased (from four to six) and, for the first time, the Main Stage was outdoors rather than inside a tent.

Florence + The Machine were initially announced as playing on Saturday 23 June, but a double booking at another European festival meant that they actually performed on Sunday 24 June.[28]

The Ting Tings were initially announced as to be playing on Saturday 23 June, but due to logistical reasons beyond their control they had to pull out of the bill.[29]

On both days of the festival, a number of unannounced special guests performed with artists on the bill, the most noteworthy of which were Rihanna, M.I.A. and Kanye West appearing as part of Jay-Z's headlining set on Saturday; and, in turn, Jay-Z went on to return the favour and make a special multiple-song contribution during Rihanna's own headlining set the next day.


Saturday 23 June

Saturday 23 JuneSunday 24 June
Main Stage
Nicki Minaj
Ed Sheeran
Rizzle Kicks
Leona Lewis
Dizzee Rascal
Florence and the Machine
Tinie Tempah
Jessie J
Plan B
Professor Green
In New Music We Trust Stage
Jack White
The Vaccines
The Maccabees
Michael Kiwanuka
Rita Ora
Jessie Ware
Chase & Status
Magnetic Man
Lana Del Rey
Enter Shikari
Sub Focus
Ben Howard
Bombay Bicycle Club
1Xtra Arena
Sean Paul
Flo Rida
Trey Songz
Tinchy Stryder
Boy Better Know
DJ Fresh
Emeli Sandé
Wretch 32
Taio Cruz
Azealia Banks
Maverick Sabre
Lethal B
Mindless Behavior
Dance Arena
Swedish House Mafia
Calvin Harris
Eric Prydz
Annie Mac
David Guetta
Andy C
Pete Tong
Flux Pavilion & Doctor P
Zane Lowe
DJ Stage
Robbo Ranx
Benji B
Rob da Bank
Moyles vs Westwood
DJ Target
DJ Cameo
Tim Westwood
DJ Edu
Robbo Ranx
Toddla T
Skream & Benga
Vernon vs Charlie Sloth
Tim Westwood
BBC Introducing Stage
Random Impulse
The Skints
In Search Of
Isaac Danquah
Lil Simz
My Panda Shall Fly
Paigey Cakey
Cheekie Bugga
UD Vocal Collective
Arthur Beatrice
Driving Lolita
Joe Black
Kersha Bailey
Lola King and The Kickstarts
Project Hackney Collective
Stevie Neale

Headline sets

  1. "Run This Town" (with Rihanna)

  2. "Dirt Off Your Shoulder"

  3. "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)"

  4. "PSA"

  5. "Where I'm From"

  6. "Jigga What, Jigga Who"

  7. "U Don't Know"

  8. "99 Problems"

  9. "'03 Bonnie & Clyde"

  10. "Girls, Girls, Girls"

  11. "On to The Next One"

  12. "Dead Presidents"

  13. "Swagga Like You"

  14. "Paper Planes" - Performed by M.I.A.

  15. "Bad Girls" - Performed by M.I.A

  16. "Izzo (H.O.V.A)"

  17. "Empire State of Mind"

  18. "Otis" (featuring Kanye West)

  19. "Gotta Have It" (featuring Kanye West)

  20. "Who Gon Stop What?" (featuring Kanye West)

  21. "No Church in the Wild" (featuring Kanye West)

  22. "Lift Off" (featuring Kanye West)

  23. "Niggas in Paris" (featuring Kanye West)

  1. "Only Girl (In the World)"

  2. "Disturbia"

  3. "S&M"

  4. "Cockiness (Love It)"

  5. "Birthday Cake"

  6. "What's My Name"

  7. "Rude Boy"

  8. "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)"

  9. "Man Down"

  10. "Where Have You Been"

  11. "Wait Your Turn"

  12. "Hard"

  13. "Don't Stop the Music"

  14. "Run This Town" (featuring Jay-Z)

  15. "Talk That Talk" (featuring Jay-Z)

  16. "Umbrella" (featuring Jay-Z)

  17. "We Found Love"


The announcement of location and dates for Radio 1's Big Weekend 2011 was made by Scott Mills on 30 March 2011, with his breakfast show (he was covering for Chris Moyles that week) being broadcast from Trinity School, Carlisle that morning. Over 750,000 people applied for tickets to the event.[30]

20,000 pairs of tickets were available for the two-day event with the usual allocation policy applying. It was announced that the priority areas for tickets would be the borders of Carlisle, Cumbria, the Scottish Borders and the North East of England.

As usual, competitions to win VIP tickets were run on various Radio 1 shows in the weeks leading up to the Big Weekend.


Saturday 14 MaySunday 15 May
Main Stage
Foo Fighters
The Black Eyed Peas
Tinie Tempah
Chase & Status
Nicole Scherzinger
Plan B
Ellie Goulding
Jessie J
Arctic Monkeys
Lady Gaga
My Chemical Romance
Taio Cruz
The Script
Katy B
Professor Green
Olly Murs
The Wombats
Bruno Mars
In New Music We Trust Stage
Swedish House Mafia
Friendly Fires
Panic! at the Disco
Everything Everything
Cage the Elephant
The Joy Formidable
Wretch 32
The Strokes
Magnetic Man
Noah and the Whale
Two Door Cinema Club
The Vaccines
Pulled Apart By Horses
BBC Introducing Stage
Friends Electric
Aaron Delahuntly
Rizzle Kicks
Luke Bingham
Fiona Clayton
Saturday Night Gym Club
Baron Van Alias
Birds vs Planes
Masters in France
DJ Vimto vs Jah Digga
Among Brothers
Let's Buy Happiness
Colt 45
Outdoor Stage
Zane Lowe
Jaymo and Andy George
Judge Jules
Pete Tong
Riva Starr
Pete Tong vs Vernon Kay
Rob da Bank
Annie Mac vs. Nick Grimshaw
Skream and Benga
Annie Mac
Toddla T
Fabio and Grooverider
Kissy Sell Out
Calvin Harris
Westwood vs. Moyles
Jaguar Skills
Zane vs. Fearne
DJ Semtex

Headline sets

  1. "Bridge Burning"

  2. "Rope"

  3. "All My Life"

  4. "My Hero"

  5. "Learn to Fly"

  6. "White Limo"

  7. "Times Like These"

  8. "The Pretender"

  9. "Walk"

  10. "Cold Day in the Sun"

  11. "Best of You"

  12. "Monkey Wrench"

  13. "Everlong"

  14. "This Is a Call"

  15. "Tie Your Mother Down"

  1. "Born this Way"

  2. "Bad Romance"

  3. "Telephone" / "Poker Face" / "Alejandro"

  4. "Orange Colored Sky"

  5. "Speechless"

  6. "The Edge of Glory"

  7. "You and I"

  8. "Americano"

  9. "Just Dance"

  10. "Judas"

TV & radio coverage

Radio 1's Big Weekend 2011 was streamed live on the Radio 1 website. The headliners of each day (Foo Fighters and Lady Gaga on Saturday and Sunday respectively) were broadcast live on BBC Three and BBC HD. The Big Weekend was also broadcast live on BBC Radio 1. Highlights of the event were also broadcast on BBC Three and BBC HD during the week following the Big Weekend.


On 24 February 2010, it was announced on The Chris Moyles Show that the 10th Big Weekend would take place on the Faenol Estate near Bangor, Wales on Saturday 22 May and Sunday 23 May 2010. Pixie Lott also performed on the show and was announced as the first act on the bill and Lostprophets was announced while they were on tour. Jaguar Skills announced on his website that he would be playing at the event, but he was not on the announced line-up. On the morning of 26 April 2010, the full main stage and INMWT stage listings were announced during the Fearne Cotton Show (which was hosted by Annie Mac, as Cotton was on vacation).

20,000 pairs of free tickets were made available to the public for each day of the weekend. Applicants were able to register for tickets to the event on the Radio 1 website from 26 April 2010 until 3 May 2010.


Saturday 22 May[31]

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageBBC Introducing StageOutdoor Stage
Florence & The MachineFaithlessFrankie & The HeartstringsWestwood + Kelly Rowland
Dizzee RascalMGMTThe Joy FormidableTarget & Cameo + Roll Deep
Alicia KeysEllie GouldingWhat Would Jesus Drive?Ras & Seani B + Chiddy Bang & Skepta
LostprophetsTinie TempahMenisMistaJam + Professor Green, Blame & Wiley
Cheryl ColeBombay Bicycle ClubI Am AustinPete Tong vs Vernon Kay
ChipmunkHadouken!The Wonder VillainsFaithless DJs
Thirty Seconds to MarsStornowayAlan PownallZane Lowe
Justin BieberExampleY PromaticsRob da Bank
Scouting For GirlsPegasus BridgeToddla T & Alex Metric
Annie Mac

Sunday 23 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageBBC Introducing StageOutdoor Stage
PendulumVampire WeekendBeatbullyzWestwood + Scorcher
RihannaYou Me At SixEnvySemtex & Robbo Ranx
Biffy ClyroSub FocusTempa TBailey & Fabio
KeshaPlan BUTERampage & MistaJam + Devlin & McLean
JLSMarina & The DiamondsMy Tiger My TimingChris Moyles vs Westwood
ParamoreCrystal CastlesPete LawrieTiesto
Jason DeruloKids In Glass HousesWe Are AnimalJudge Jules
Paolo NutiniDelphicDjango DjangoJaymo & Andy George
Pixie LottYr OdsKissy Sell Out
Huw Stephens

Live Lounge Tent

Diana Vickers
Ellie Goulding
Joe McElderry
Florence and the Machine
Biffy Clyro
Taio Cruz
Kate Nash


The 2009 event was held in Swindon.


Saturday 9 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor Stage
Snow PatrolBasement JaxxAnnie Mac
KasabianJack PeñateNerm and D-Code
Dizzee RascalDovesKutski
The ScriptFriendly FiresPete Tong vs Vernon Kay
Calvin HarrisDeadmau52ManyDJs
Chris MoylesFlorence and the MachineZane Lowe
The WombatsThe King BluesRob da Bank
Daniel MerriweatherFightstarTim Westwood
The Saturdays

Sunday 10 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor Stage
The ProdigyThe EnemyJudge Jules
Lily AllenMaxïmo ParkJaymo and Andy George
Ne-YoGossipKissy Sell Out
Franz FerdinandEnter ShikariChase & Status (DJ set)
AkonTinchy StryderDavid Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland
Scouting for GirlsChase & StatusChris Moyles vs Tim Westwood
Alesha DixonLadyhawkeFabio & Grooverider
N-DubzWhite LiesBBC Radio 1Xtra - MistaJam featuring Wiley, Skepta, Bashy, Chipmunk and Doneao
Little Man TateTrevor Nelson and Jaguar Skills


In 2008, the festival was held over the weekend of Saturday 10 May and Sunday 11 May, at Mote Park in Maidstone, which can hold up to 20,000 people.[32] 85% of tickets went to people living in Kent, 10% went to those living in areas bordering Kent, including parts of Sussex, Surrey, Essex and London, and the other 5% were handed to others living across the United Kingdom.[33] Concern was raised after a large number of locals commented that even those living within the close vicinity of the park did not receive tickets, with some in the Medway towns winning multiple times.[34]


The full line-up (except for Paramore) was announced on BBC Radio 1 on Monday 21 April 2008.[35]

Saturday 10 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor StageBBC Introducing Stage
MadonnaEditorsFatboy SlimWhite Lies
UsherThe FutureheadsChris Moyles vs Judge JulesJames Yuill
The FratellisWe Are ScientistsZane Lowe vs Scott MillsMagistrates
Scouting for GirlsFoalsSteve Angello & Sebastian IngrossoAG Dolla
DuffyVampire WeekendCount & SindenFighting With Wire
The FeelingParamoreDave SpoonNatty
RobynThe Ting TingsAnnie MacIt Hugs Back
The HoosiersNic FanciulliFolk Face
Eddie HalliwellJaguar Skills
Kissy Sell Out

Sunday 11 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor StageBBC Introducing Stage
The KooksThe RaconteursZane LoweGolden Silvers
The EnemyThe ZutonsPendulum (DJ Set)Twisted Wheel
Nelly (ft. Kelly Rowland)The WombatsJustice (DJ Set)Ebony Bones
GoldfrappHot ChipVernon Kay vs Pete TongOutl4w
The Pigeon DetectivesGallowsDave PearceChipmunk
Newton FaulknerPendulumBasshunterKate Goes
OneRepublicJusticeRob Da BankTom Williams & The Boat
AdeleBlack KidsKutskiWing
H "Two" O ft. Platnum
Jodie Aysha
Cameo vs DJ Q

The national newspapers had also reported that Justin Timberlake could be a special guest - performing with Madonna.[36] Although this later turned out to be untrue. Pendulum were hailed as one of the festivals' best acts, outshining even Madonna and packing the INMWT tent.[37]

Headline sets

  1. "Candy Shop"

  2. "Miles Away"

  3. "4 Minutes"

  4. "Hung Up"

  5. "Give It 2 Me"

  6. "Music"


On Saturday 19 May and Sunday 20 May, Radio 1's Big Weekend was held in Moor Park in Preston.

For the first time in the history of the event, all tickets had barcodes and were scanned on arrival at the park. The barcodes contained information such as name and address of the winner of the tickets. Having the barcodes meant that Radio 1 could cancel lost or stolen tickets and issue new ones to those affected. In an effort to stop people buying tickets from eBay or through other mediums, the public was told they would be asked to prove their home address if their tickets were thought to be suspect.[38] However, the BBC decided to scrap this idea on the day as they thought it would cause angry scenes if people were to be turned away.

At the close of entry on 8 May 2007, over 450,000 people registered for a chance to get tickets for the 2007 festival. On Tuesday 8 May on The Chris Moyles Show, Chris announced that a further 5,000 tickets will be available taking the total for both days being 35,000.

Tickets were also given away in an alternate reality game online using Radio 1 fan forums. The situation surrounded a man called Paul Denchfield who was supposedly sacked from the station. Throughout the run up to the event 'Frozen Indigo Angel' would appear in various places online and on-air, with it being the player's mission to hunt down tickets.[39]

The line up was as follows:


Saturday 19 May[40]

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor Arena
Scissor SistersGroove ArmadaWestwood
KasabianLCD SoundsystemSeamus Haji
The FratellisCSSMeck
The FrayBiffy ClyroGroove Armada (DJ Set)
Natasha BedingfieldCold War KidsJudge Jules
The TwangThe Pigeon DetectivesTim Deluxe vs The Audio Bullys
Jamie TSimian Mobile Disco
Annie Mac

Sunday 20 May[41]

Main StageIn New Music We Trust StageOutdoor Arena
Kaiser ChiefsBloc PartyBobby & Nihal
StereophonicsMaxïmo ParkRob Da Bank
MikaKlaxonsZane Lowe & Mark Ronson
The ViewDizzee RascalKlaxons (DJ Set)
RihannaGet Cape Wear Cape FlyPete Tong & Vernon Kay
Mark RonsonThe EnemyDavid Guetta
Just JackCSSTrophy Twins
Calvin HarrisM.I.AFergie
Tylor Leigh
Dave Pearce


In 2006, the Big Weekend was held in Camperdown Park, Dundee on 13 and 14 May 2006 and featured artists which included:


Saturday 13 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust Stage
Paolo NutiniThe Fratellis
Corinne Bailey RaeMystery Jets
Gnarls BarkleyBoy Kill Boy
OrsonDirty Pretty Things
RazorlightBloc Party
MusePrimal Scream
The Streets
Snow Patrol

Sunday 14 May

Main StageIn New Music We Trust Stage
The FeelingThe View
The Ordinary BoysHot Chip
SugababesWe Are Scientists
FeederYeah Yeah Yeahs
EditorsThe Kooks
PinkThe Zutons
Franz Ferdinand (Surprise Guests)

Many of the BBC Radio 1 DJs including Pete Tong, Tim Westwood and Chris Moyles attended too, and held a number of competitions so that people could win tickets. In addition, Radio 1 also created a virtual festival experience in the virtual reality application Second Life.[42] Avatars on the BBC Radio 1 islands could watch the event on live screens while the audience could see their virtual counterparts on massive stage side screens at the real event in Dundee. The event was hailed as the first ever festival with a professional line-up to take place in a virtual universe.[42]


On 7 and 8 May 2005, the Big Weekend was held at Penshaw Monument in Herrington Country Park, Sunderland, and featured artists included:


Saturday 7 May

Main StageSecond Stage
Foo FightersMauro Picotto
KasabianPete Tong
Natalie ImbrugliaJudge Jules
Chemical BrothersFergie
KT Tunstall

Sunday 8 May

Main StageSecond Stage
The Black Eyed PeasThe Futureheads
Gwen StefaniMaxïmo Park
Kaiser ChiefsInterpol
FeederThe Magic Numbers
Basement JaxxThe Subways
JamiroquaiDo Me Bad Things
The Bravery

September 2004

On 18 and 19 September 2004, the final 'One Big Weekend' under that name - and the second of that calendar year - was held at Perry Park, Birmingham. It featured the following line-up:


Saturday 18 September

Main StageSecond Stage
TiestoGroove Armada
Fat Boy SlimDavid Guetta
Deep DishDarren Emerson
Judge JulesXpress 2
Dave PearceYousef
Steve LawlerMylo
Nick FanciulliBehrouz
Josh 'Rinse' Roberts

Sunday 19 September

Main StageSecond Stage
Goldie Lookin' Chain22-20's
Mouldy Lookin' StainThe Music
Joss StoneThe Departure
Damien Rice13 Senses
Natasha Bedingfield
Broken Dolls

April 2004

On 24 and 25 2004, the first of two in that calendar year - was held at Prehen Fields, Derry. It featured the following line-up:


Saturday 24 April

Main Stage
Pete Tong
Seb Fontaine
Judge Jules
Armin van Buuren
Agnelli & Nelson
Tall Paul

Sunday 25 April

Main Stage
Avril Lavigne
The Streets
Franz Ferdinand

September 2003

On 13 and 14 September, the One Big Weekend held in Cardiff.[43]

Saturday 13 SeptemberSunday 14 September
Basement JaxxPink
The Chemical BrothersTravis
Erick MorilloDido
Seb FontaineThe Darkness
Lottie and YousefStarsailor
Sander KleinenbergThe Thrills
Time Flies DJ

May 2003

On 3 and 4 May, the One Big Weekend was held in Manchester.[44]

Saturday 3 MaySunday 4 May
Judge JulesThe White Stripes
Paul van DykDirty Vegas
Rob TisseraAqualung
Eddie HalliwellThe Coral
Good Greef CrewFeeder
Badly Drawn Boy


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