By Carl Jackson Wednesday 18 September 2013 Updated: 19/09 17:41
THE ORGANISERS of this year's Fusion Festival have announced the event will return to Longbridge in 2014 after declaring this year's inaugural event a huge success.
Around 40,000 people descended on Cofton Park for the weekend of August 31 to September 1 where the likes of Jessie J, Ne-Yo and Labrinth performed among other pop acts.
Now tickets have already gone on sale for next year's event.
A spokeswoman for Fusion Festival said: "After an amazing first year we have decided to do it all over again.
"It was a huge weekend of pop at its very best full of spectacular live performances, massive chart smash hits plus all the fun of a full fairground and many other interactive events."
The weekend, which was sponsored by Capital FM, raised money for the Prince's Trust with £5 from every ticket going towards the charity.
Jessie J, ambassador for the Prince's Trust and Saturday headliner at Fusion Festival, said the she was proud to be a part of the 'incredible' charity which was close to her heart.
"The money raised will support its vital work with disadvantaged young people, helping them to get their lives back on track," she said.
"More than a million young people here in the UK are not in work, education or training, that’s a very big crowd that deserves our support."
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