All Saints and Wheatus to headline Edinburgh festival

All Saints are to headline the event. Contributed
All Saints are to headline the event. Contributed
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Edinburgh is set to welcome All Saints and Wheatus as part of one of the largest music festivals in Scotland in 2017.

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Wheatus will perform at the event. Contributed

Wheatus will perform at the event. Contributed

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Springfest will run over a two day period on from May 27 during the bank holiday weekend at The Corn Exchange.

Multi-platinum selling girl group All Saints will headline the festival on Sunday night fresh off their tour with Take That.

Other confirmed artists include Sister Sledge as well as AC/DC legend and Rock Hall of Famer Phil Rudd with his band from New Zealand

We Are Family. SIster Sledge will be attending. Picture; contributed

We Are Family. SIster Sledge will be attending. Picture; contributed

Jack Jones, Wheatus, Reverend & The Makers & DJ Sammy will also feature in the festival as well as a host of new emerging talent such as We Used To Make Things, Lia Rox and Corvus

Ticket prices are as follows

£39 Saturday or Sunday single ticket for ages 16 plus

£30 Saturday or Sunday single ticket for ages 14 and 15 (adult must be present on day of event)

£74 Weekend Ticket (Saturday & Sunday) for ages 16 plus

£56 Weekend Ticket (Saturday & Sunday) for ages 14 and 15