Neon Jungle, who entered the Official Top 10 at Number 7 this week with Welcome To The Jungle, will be supporting Jessie J and Lawson on Saturday July 26th at this summer’s Access All Eirias in Colwyn Bay. The four-girl band appear on the bill with big names Jessie J and Lawson, on the day after Tom Jones’ first major north Wales concert appearance. Neon Jungle’s Jess Plummer said: “We’re different from anyone else around at the minute. We’re not clean cut, we don’t dress the same, our voices don’t sound the same and we don’t stand in a line doing dance routines. We are individuals.” Welcome To The Jungle is the girls’ third single, following Trouble, and Braveheart, which peaked at Number 4, and they are working on their debut album, Louder. They are also joined on the bill by boy band Hollywood Ending, who are currently supporting McBusted on their arena tour. Access All Eirias is produced by Conwy County Borough Council and supported by Principality Building Society in an award winning partnership with Welsh media and events group, Orchard.
LAWSON TO SUPPORT JESSIE J AT ACCESS ALL EIRIAS British pop rock band Lawson will support headliner Jessie J on Saturday 26th July at this year’s Access All Eirias concert in Colwyn Bay, as excitement hots up for the big North Wales event of the summer! Lawson have achieved five top 10 singles in the UK, including When She Was Mine, Standing in the Dark, Brokenhearted (a collaboration with US Rapper B.o.B) plus most recent hit Juliet. They also had a a Top 5 album with their debut release Chapman Square, and they have performed at T in the Park, V Festival, and alongside Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling. The band’s name comes from surgeon Dr. David Lawson who performed life-saving brain surgery on lead singer Andy Brown. Lawson were invited to be special guests on the recent Jessie J Arena tour by the lady herself so the band are delighted to be on the same bill as Jessie again. Access All Eirias is produced by Conwy County Borough Council and supported by Principality Building Society in an award winning partnership with Welsh media and events group, Orchard, whose director, Pablo Janczur said: “First we announced Sir Tom Jones for July 25, then came the news that Jessie J would head up the next night, and now we’ve secured another big British act, Lawson, for the Saturday bill. There has been great demand for tickets, so our advice is to book now to be part of a tremendous weekend of music in this fabulous setting.”