Tyler Oakley is one of dozens of names announced to take part in the HelloWorld live event.
It has previously been announced that some of the biggest names in the UK YouTube scene will take part in the weekend-long event, including Zoe Sugg, Alfie Deyes, Joe Sugg, Caspar Lee, Rose Dix and Rosie Spaughton, Jim Chapman, Louise Pentland, KSI, and Marcus Butler.
HelloWorld have since revealed that their mammoth final lineup will also include US sensation Tyler Oakley, Olympic gold medallist and YouTube vlogger Tom Daley, and award-winning band The Vamps, who will give a special one-song performance at the event.
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HelloWorld will also host Oli White, Jake Mitchell, Jana Damanhouri, Katie Pix, Lewys Ball, Lucy and Lydia Connell, Jack Maynard, Mark Ferris, Niki and Sammy Albon, Josh Pieters, Leadley, Em Ford, Saffron Barker, Connie Glynn, and YouTuber and model Amelia Gething.
HelloWorld, which runs identically on Saturday and Sunday, is planned to be more of an interactive day out than a traditional show. Attendees can explore Main Street, get involved with makeup tutorials at the Body Shop Spa, or sit down on the beach and watch live music performances. The weekend’s creative director, Paul Calin, aims to “create the world’s first fully immersive live show featuring the biggest online and social media talent from across the globe”.
HelloWorld will take place at the Genting Arena in Birmingham on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October 2017, with tickets on sale now via helloworldlive.com.
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