T4 on the Beach 2012 line-up rumours include JLS, Professor Green, Ed Sheeran and One Direction
Tickets for this summer's T4 on the Beach in Weston-super-Mare have been on sale for less than a week, but speculation is already mounting over the as-yet-unnanounced 2012 line-up.
Social networking sites Facebook and Twitter are rife with rumours of possible headliners, with artists such as Professor Green, Ed Sheeran and One Direction among the most popular choices.
JLS fans will also be hoping to see the boyband appear on the stage this year, following the disappointment of their last-minute cancellation in 2011 due to sound check and rehearsal issues.
This year's open-air spectacular, to be held on the North Somerset sands on July 1, is the tenth anniversary of T4 on the Beach, and organisers are promising 'some exciting plans' to celebrate the milestone.
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No acts have been revealed yet, but T4 officials say announcements are "coming soon".
Last year's first headliner announcements - Jessie J, The Wanted and The View - were announced in the last week of March, so fans may not have to wait too long if a similar date is planned for 2012.
Around 50,000 tickets are on sale now, and cost £40 plus booking fees. Click here to visit the T4 on the Beach ticket information page.
Click here to buy T4 on the Beach tickets at Ticketmaster.
Tickets are also on sale at the Weston-super-Mare Tourist Information Centre, based at the Winter Gardens on Royal Parade.
Opening times are currently 10am to 4pm, but that will extend to 5pm from the start of the Easter holidays.