Read all about it – Professor Green will be performing in Swansea next month.

The rapper and songwriter is one of three acts now confirmed for the Club MTV concert in Singleton Park on Saturday September 24.

Also confirmed are current high-flying dance artist Jonas Blue and hit-maker and producer, Redlight.

Tickets for the Club MTV concert are available from 9am on Friday morning (August 5). Priced at just £15 plus a £1.50 booking fee, they can be purchased on either the Ticketmaster website at or from Derricks Music on Oxford Street .

Swansea Council has worked closely with MTV and the Welsh Government to bring the concert to the city.

Some of Professor Green’s biggest hits include Read All About It, featuring Emile Sandé; I Need You Tonight, featuring Ed Drewett; and Just Be Good To Green, featuring Lily Allen.

London-based music producer Jonas Blue’s hits include Fast Car, featuring Dakota, which reached number two in the UK singles chart; as well as Perfect Strangers, featuring JP Cooper, which is currently number two in the UK singles chart as well.

Bristol DJ Redlight is a huge underground favourite, whose hits include Switch it Off, Get Out Of My Head and Lost In Your Love.

To round off phase one of the line-up are Club MTV residents and rising stars of the UK’s EDM scene, R3WIRE and Varski. Playing to crowds of over 35,000 people this summer alone, Club MTV say these acts will definitely bring the energy to Swansea.

Club MTV will be announcing more acts taking part in the Singleton Park concert, which has a capacity for 20,000 people, over coming weeks.

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