Preview: 8 of the biggest pop acts to see at Fusion Festival 2015

If you like all things pop, then Fusion Festival 2015 is a must this month.

The three-day festival rolls into Birmingham’s Crofton Park from Friday 28 August and will be headlined by Justin Bieber, Rudimental and McBusted.

Scroll down for eight of our most recommended acts to see across the weekend…

1. McBusted
We’re pretty sure the McFly and Busted boys aren’t capable of a bad show. After perfecting their collaborative live routine on some of the world’s biggest stages, they’ll be using their big bag of pop tricks to close Fusion festival on Sunday 30 August.

McBusted - Get Over It

2. Tinie Tempah
With new single Not Letting Go scoring a UK No.1, Tinie Tempah will be in fine spirits when he hits Fusion on Friday 28 August. Dancing shoes at the ready!

Tinie Tempah ft. Jess Glynne - Not Letting Go (Official Video)

3. The Vamps
Never mind Cecilia, it’s The Vamps that are breaking our hearts. Prepare to dance, swoon and generally go giddy when they play the final day of Fusion.

The Vamps - Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart) ft. Shawn Mendes

4. Jess Glynne
There’s no excuse not to see this brilliant British singer-songwriter live this year. She’ll be bringing the summer vibes to Sunday at Fusion.

Jess Glynne - Don't Be So Hard On Yourself [Official Video]

5. Rudimental
Saturday headliners, Rudimental, are gearing up for the release of new album, We The Generation, on 18 September. Expect fireworks!

Rudimental - Never Let You Go [Official Video]

6. Ed Sheeran
The British singer-songwriter swooped in and saved the day when Justin Bieber had to pull out and now he’s the talk of Fusion. He’ll headline on Friday night!

Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud (Official Music Video)

7. Labrinth
Prepare to be completely smitten with Labrinth’s summer charm, as he hits the stage ahead of Rudimental on Saturday 19 August. Jealous will be a guaranteed goosebump moment.

Labrinth - Jealous (Official Video)

8. Union J
Warm up those vocal chords before Sunday because Union J’s harmonies are impossible not to join in with. Aaaaand sway.

Tickets for Fusion Festival 2015 are on sale now, book at

We’re also giving away one pair of weekend tickets here.