Tinie Tempah, Labrinth, Katy B and Miss Dynamite to Join Lawson and Union J!
Tickets to this summer’s ‘Party at the Proact’ are on sale now and we can confirm that three more fantastic acts have been added to the line-up.
Labrinth is the multifaceted rising star of British music. He has already enjoyed considerable success; his first two singles Let The Sun Shine and Earthquake stormed the top 3 with the latter selling over 550,000 copies. And now he’s about to demonstrate his abilities across a range of sounds and styles on his debut long-playing record, Electronic Earth, an album that will establish the boy born Timothy McKenzie in Hackney, London in 1989 as a mercurial one-off, a maverick of the UK scene.
English singer and songwriter Katy B is currently enjoy chart topping success with her debut album ‘Little Red’ heading straight into the charts at No 1. Single ‘Broken Record’ won the 2012 NME Awards for Best Dance Floor Anthem.
Ms. Dynamite, is an English hip hop and R&B recording artist, rapper-songwriter, and record producer. She is the recipient of the Mercury Music Prize, two BRIT Awards and three MOBO Awards. In September 2002, Ms. Dynamite became the first black female artist achieving a Mercury Music Prize, beating favourites the Streets, the Coral, and even music legend David Bowie.
Chesterfield chairman Dave Allen commented "It was my vision to put on a second concert to appeal to a younger audience the day after the Tom Jones concert. I am delighted that we have been able to attract a number of exciting acts to the Proact. It promises to be an unforgettable weekend!"
Promoter Liz Doogan Hobbs MBE from Liz Hobbs Group said “we love the approach being taken by the club. They are working with us to ensure the band selection process is right and we just can´t wait to start the concert load in. Tom Jones tickets are flying and a more pop biased day is a great addition.”
Lawson have enjoyed chart success with ‘When She Was Mine’, ‘Taking Over Me’, ‘Standing In The Dark’ and ‘Learn To Love Again’ and features Chesterfield local-lad Ryan Fletcher on bass guitar. The rock / pop four-piece only released their first single in 2012 but already they’ve had five Top Five hits and a Top Ten debut album. Make sure you catch them at this summer’s ‘Party at the Proact’!
Union J have taken the British boy band scene by storm attracting millions of fan. With a debut studio album and UK headline tour in 2013, the boys are already working on their second album. Winners of the Best British Breakthrough band of 2013 at the BBC Radio 1 teen awards these boys are not to be missed!