The Staves, Pixie Lott, Denai Moore and Busted to perform at FestiFeel

Event takes place in London as part of charity campaign to educate young people about breast cancer

Everything Everything perform at FestiFeel in 2015
Everything Everything perform at FestiFeel in 2015

FestiFeel, the annual one-day festival which aims to raise money and awareness of breast cancer and how to spot the symptoms, is set to take place this year on 14 October.

The event is being headlined by Busted and will also see performances from The Staves, Mystery Jets (DJ set), Denai Moore, Pixie Lott and Fleur East.

It takes place at House of Vans in Waterloo, London, and will be hosted by BBC 6 Music's Lauren Laverne.

Fearne Cotton, who curates the music at Festifeel each year, said: "I can't wait to be part of yet another amazing Festifeel. It's such a pleasure curating the line up each year, bringing together so many of my favourite artists for a cause I truly love! This year will be our biggest and best yet."

CoppaFeel! founder Kris Hallenga created the charity to educate young people on the importance of checking their breasts regularly and knowing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.

Tickets are available to purchase now - for more information check out the FestiFeel and CoppaFeel! websites.

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