There has been an announcement for the junction 1 festival

THE FULL line-up for the Junction 1 festival, set for Hillingdon, West London on 25th to 28th August, has been announced. The list of artists booked to appear are Manchester musicianaries the World Wide Message Tribe; member of dc Talk Kevin Max; American R&B singer Nicole C Mullen; new US pop rock team Luna Halo; popular South African band Tree; alternative worship group Phatfish; popular American CCMers All Star United; acclaimed US singer/songwriter Jennifer Knapp; travelling troubadours A Ragamuffin Band; sanctified DJ Cameron Dante; British gospel choir LCGC; popular Britpop team Fono; folk rockers Why?; girl pop act Shine; techno breakbeat band Psalmistry; American alternative rock band Skypark; Irish pop man Booley; new American CCM pop vocalist Kendal Payne; and the J1 Worship Band.

Said Junction 1's Nigel Saunders, "Junction1 is really starting to come together. The majority of bands have been confirmed with only a few slots remaining to be filled. The whole event is going to be musically superb, fun filled and a place where memories will be made. By the end of each day people are going to be entertained into an exhaustive stale Ticket sales are progressing well. With Die position we have in London and the good communication links (underground, bus services, road and rail) we are expecting a high proportion of day visitors and week-enders who will stay off site." CR

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