Pop singer Anne Marie and rapper Ms Dynamite announced as latest acts at Sundown Festival

Ms Dynamite will appear at Sundown Festival in Norwich this year. Picture: Submitted

Ms Dynamite will appear at Sundown Festival in Norwich this year. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Archant

An up and coming popstar and an English rapper and songwriter are the latest acts to announce they will perform at a Norwich music festival.

Anne Marie, who will be performing at this year's Sundown Festival in Norwich. Picture: Submitted

Anne Marie, who will be performing at this year's Sundown Festival in Norwich. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Archant

Anne Marie and Ms Dyanmite will join headliners Chase & Status and Jason Derulo at Sundown Festival, which will return to the Norfolk Showground for the fourth time this summer.

Having topped MTV's Brand New list, Anne Marie has made a name for herself supporting acts including British drum and bass band Rudimental.

Ms Dynamite is best known for her 2002 hit Dy-Na-Mi-Tee.

Other confirmed acts at the festival, which will run from September 2 to 4, include Years & Years and pop singer Jess Glynne.


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This year, the event has expanded to cover three stages, with the second and third stages set to be hosted by names from the dance and club worlds.

• Tickets are now available at www.sundownfestival.co.uk LINE-UP

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Saturday 3rd September

• Main Stage

Chase & Status

Jess Glynne

Dizzee Rascal

Ms Dynamite

Kano

• Stage 2 - Defected

Sonny Fodera

Sam Divine

DJ SKT

Riva Starr

• Stage 3 - UKF

David Rodigan MBE

Jaguar Skills

My Nu Leng

DJ Zinc

Fava D

Sunday 4th September

• Main Stage

Jason Derulo

Years & Years

Fleur East

Anne Marie

Krept & Konan

• Stage 2 - Ministry of Sound

Amine Edge & DANCE

Redlight

Low Steppa

Blonde

Atful Dodger

• Stage 3 - Drum & Bass Arena

Wilkinson

Friction

DJ Hazard

Goldie

Dimension

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