North Sheilds: Coastella announces Andrew Cushin as their final headliner

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North Sheilds, England: Coastella, a brand new coastal music festival nestled in the heart of North Shields, announced singer-songwriter Andrew Cushin as their final headliner. The new music festival will be held in the summer of 2023 from Friday, 30th June to Sunday, 2nd July 2023.

The announcement of their final headliner was made by their authorities on its official Facebook account named ‘Coastella’, which wrote, “A serious moment for Coastella as we announce none other than Andrew Cushin as our Final Headliner.”

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While appreciating Cushin, they said, “Making big moves in the UK music scene, Andrew is a hugely talented singer-songwriter from Newcastle, and we couldn’t be happier to have him joining the lineup. Writing about issues affecting himself, his friends and his family, he pairs powerful lyrics with impressive melodies.”

“From being signed to Strap Originals to performing on the pitch at St James Park, Andrew has had a lot of career highlights already, and we can’t wait to see what comes next, Including π‚π¨πšπ¬π­πžπ₯π₯𝐚 which is his first ever UK festival headliner slot,” it further added.

The event will champion new original music and will showcase the best live performances the region has to offer, along with national touring artists in a never been seen before outdoor festival experience in the very heart of our beautiful coast, North Shields.

The officials of the event have mentioned the names of the artists that would be performing at the brand new coastal music festival. The artist lineup includes Bear Park, Chintzy Stetson, Club Paradise, Craig Redpath, Easton Guillory, Emma Robson, Frankie Jobling, Hannah Robinson, Hayley Mackay, Jango Flash, Keiran Bowe, Lazyrave, Lee J Toby, Michael Gallagher, Neil McBride, Paper Boats, Finn Forster, Ruth Lyon, The Redroom. Moreover, other headliners, stages as well as attractions are yet to be announced by the hosts of the Coastella.

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