Radio 1's free music festival in Carlisle, with Black Eyed Peas, Foo Fighters and Olly Murs. Will be held at Carlisle Airfield on 14 and 15 May.

Registration application for tickets starting Thursday, 03/31/2011 - with 10,000 pairs, for two days. Last year nearly half a million people escaped. Tickets are allocated randomly, but are given to those who live in Carlisle, Cumbria, Scotland and Northern England border region East.

Foo Fighters, titles main Big Weekend, with the Black Eyed Peas, Tinie in advance, Plan B, Nicole Scherzinger, Chase and Status Ellie Goulding and line s Jessie J.

Scott Mills said: "Radio 1's Big Weekend has always been a big spotlight this year for me this year's line-up quite remarkable and I can not wait to go back to Carlisle."

Neil Wyatt, Editor, Live Events, BBC Radio 1, said:. "I am very happy to be bringing Radio 1's Big Weekend. Carlisle Working with City Council and Carlisle Tourism Partnership we have found a great site and should be able to give the show fantastic I believe that this is the best. We will bring some international artists and the UK to the city large and should have a major impact on the area "

Carlisle Director of Tourism Partnership, Marie Whitehead, said: "This is without doubt the biggest event in Carlisle this side of the Millennium To have the cream of music industry these days and radio talent to come to Carlisle is worth its weight in gold. We can not underestimate the magnitude of events like this happened here and the opportunity it brings to Carlisle. "


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