Sugababes announced for new Scots festival Colourboxx set to take place in summer 2022

Iconic noughties girl-group Sugababes are set to perform at brand new festival Colourboxx next summer in Bellahouston Park.

Since the release of their debut album One Touch in 2000, Sugababes have become one of the country’s most successful girl bands with six number one singles, millions of global sales and multi-platinum albums.

The latest festival to start-up in Glasgow will see 15,000-capacity event debut with a line-up of amazing performers as well as the Sugababes including Years & Years, Becky Hill, Joesef, Rina Sawayama and Bimini, along with a mixture of drag and comedy acts.

The trio are reuniting to perform at Bellahouston Park, which will be transformed into a world where “inclusivity and freedom of expression triumphs” on June 25.

Japanese-born British alternative pop superstar Rina Sawayama will join the bill after making her acting debut in John Wick: Chapter 4 with Keanu Reeves, joined by DJ Icon Jodie Harsh, UK drag royalty Bimini; and Sound of Young Scotland Award winner LVRA.

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Award-winning producer, DJ and activist Taahliah, rising Glaswegian pop duo HYYTS and up-and-coming pop singer L Devine are all set to hit the stage.

Music lovers can also look forward to performances from July Jones, Walt Disco, Lucia & The Best Boys and Berry Galazka – with many more to be announced in the coming months.

Glasgow’s best-loved alternative club nights will also be getting behind the decks at Colourboxx.

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Tickets are on sale via, with fans having the option to donate to LGBT Youth & TIE (Time for Inclusive Education) while purchasing a ticket.

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