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Dev and Huw Stephens plays Saturday


Riviera International Centre Arena

DJ: Dev (from BBC Radio 1)

Another DJ making a return to Convention is Dev, who will take to the stage on Saturday night. Dev can be heard presenting every weekend on BBC radio 1 on the weekend breakfast show. As well as working in radio, Dev has also acted in a number of productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Youth Music Theatre. Dev is a hugely talented guitarist and musician and we can't wait to see him bring his passion for music to the stage on Saturday night!

DJ: Huw Stephens (from BBC Radio 1)

Making a welcome return to Annual Convention, Huw Stephens from BBC Radio 1 is joining us in Torquay party with all our Prince and Princesses on the fancy dress night.

Huw became the youngest ever Radio 1 DJ at the age of 17 and has been playing the best new music ever since!  Huw has been a DJ at major events, such as the Reading Festival, and we can't wait to see him create a memorable set for Young Farmers!

House DJ: Giles Barr

See Friday night line-up for further information.


Riviera International Centre Forum

House DJ: Chris Lauriello

See Friday's line-up for DJ Chris Lauriello's profile.

Live band: The Supergroup


Making a YFC Convention debut on Saturday night will be The Supergroup. Described as "absolutely awesome" and "a refreshing change for the events industry," The Supergroup are a band made up of the finest session musicians in the UK, having taken the stage with acts such as The Script, Cheryl Cole and Rod Stewart. 

Their set on Saturday night is sure to be one not to miss!


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