Love Saves The Day announce 2000s megastars as Sunday headlinerPosted on: 14 Feb 2023
Bristol’s biggest independent festival has today revealed that Sugababes will be joining a roster of headliners that already includes Fatboy Slim, Years & Years and Andy C.
Love Saves The Day returns to Bristol’s Ashton Court on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May 2023.
With 25 years of smash hits under their belt and a reputation as one of the biggest girl groups of all time, Sugababes are sure to cause quite a stir. The special valentine’s day announcement was partnered with a treasure hunt for free tickets.
Last year saw the grand reunion of the chart-topping, multi-platinum London trio of Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan, AKA Sugababes. Now, over 20 years after their debut record One Touch and acclaimed single, 'Overload'.
In the years that followed, up until they split up in 2011, the group continued to be one of the most sought-after names in pop despite several lineup changes. The era-defining trio are one of the biggest-selling UK all-female bands of all time with six Number One singles and millions of global sales.
Even today, the multi-platinum album One Touch is seen as a blueprint for genre-hopping mainstream music and has become synonymous with sleek and stylish UK pop, inspiring numerous successful bands, from One Direction to Little Mix.
Sugababes made their grand return to the public eye earlier this year with a slew of festival appearances over the summer, kicking off with an epic performance at Mighty Hoopla and culminating with a Glastonbury appearance. This was followed by a triumphant UK tour.
Now, the group have been added as Sunday headliners for Love Saves The Day 2023; joining a lineup that already includes Fatboy Slim, Years & Years, Andy C, Four Tet, Eats Everything, Nia Archives and Overmono.
Love Saves The Day returns to Bristol’s Ashton Court on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May 2023. Tickets to the festival can be purchased HERE.
Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.