Local artist Andrew Cushin follows in Sam Fender's footsteps to headline Mouth Of The Tyne Festival

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The North Tyneside festival will be taking place this summer.

Mouth Of The Tyne festival has announced its third headliner and local lad Andrew Cushin has been confirmed to bring a Geordie angle to the multi day event.

The festival, which is run as a series of one-off headline shows, has previously seen acts such as Sam Fender, Keane, Siouxsie Sioux and The Proclaimers with Birmingham locals Ocean Colour Scene also announcing a show at the 2024 edition of the event.

All shows take place at Tynemouth Priory in North Tyneside.

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The buildup to this year's festivities kicked off late last year when 80s pop star Rick Astley was announced to headline a day at the event, supported by Liverpudlian band The Lightning Seeds.

While Astley's show on Friday, July 12 has already sold out, Ocean Colour Scene tickets remain on sale.

Cushin will be performing at the event on the evening of Saturday, July 13.

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Last year was a huge 12 months for the North East local who sold out two nights at Newcastle's O2 City Hall in December while his debut album 'Waiting For The Rain' was released and reached number five in the UK album charts.

He has also toured Europe and North America with former One Direction star Louis Tomlinson.

Tickets for the show go on sale on Friday, February 2 at 9pm. Support slots are yet to be announced.

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