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Clean Bandit announce Forest gig

Clean Bandit have announced a special woodland gig as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Formed in Cambridge in 2008, Clean Bandit’s debut album ‘New Eyes’ included ‘Extraordinary’ (feat. Sharna Bass) and the No 1 smash hit ‘Rather Be’ (feat. Jess Glynne) a track that took the band into the international mainstream and gave them industry recognition with a Grammy Award for ‘Best Dance’ recording. Following on from this success, 2016 saw the release of two massive hit singles, ‘Tears’ (feat. Louisa Johnson) and ‘Rockabye’ (feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie). The latter’s popularity is reflected in playlist dominance and the formidable status of being No. 1 on the UK official singles chart for 9 consecutive weeks, the longest reign by a UK artist since 1994. It has been No. 1 in thirty countries around the world and the song’s achievement has been cemented with Brit Award nominations for ‘British Single’ and ‘British Artist Video’.

Clean Bandit plus guest support Mullally

Mullally Forest Live 2017Norfolk pop-soul artist Mullally will be special guest for Clean Bandit. The Gorleston singer-songwriter was winner of best solo male at the Unsigned Music Awards 2016 and runner-up in the MOBO UnSung Awards 2016, and his first 3 releases (Overdose, Troubled Love and Wonderful) have amassed over 6 million cumulative stream on Spotify alone. Recently signed to major label Atlantic Records (Ed Sheeran, Clean Bandit and Charli XCX) he is currently working on debut album.


Clean Bandit plus guest support Mullally will  be performing:

Sunday 2 July 

Thetford Forest, near Brandon, Suffolk.

Tickets £33 (plus £3.80 booking fee) available from 9.00am on Friday 17 February from the Forestry Commission box office tel 03000 680400, or buy online.

Forest Live tickets are not required for children aged 5 and under, who can attend free of charge. Children aged 6 or above require a full price ticket. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+.
Access policy and carer entitlement for people with disabilities.

Last updated: 3rd July 2017

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