BRIGHOUSE band Embrace are to headline a concert at the Eden Project in Cornwall.

The Eden Project, located near the town of St Austell, is an environmental centre featuring 100,000 plants from around the world.

Set up in 1999, it is best known for its three `biomes' - huge dome-shaped greenhouses which represent three of the world's climate zones.

The Eden Project also aims to educate its visitors about the relationship between plants and humans.

The Eden Sessions is an annual three-day music event which features artists who support the Eden Project's ideals of man and nature working together.

In previous years, all proceeds from the concerts have gone to the Eden Trust but this year, profits from each night will go to a different charity.

Embrace will be headlining one of the sessions on August 19. Other acts confirmed are Basement Jaxx, who will play on August 26 and former Stone Roses star Ian Brown, who will perform on August 27.

Artists who have previously played at the Eden Sessions include Supergrass, Primal Scream and Pulp, who performed last year.

Day tickets for the sessions are priced at £25, which includes entry to the Eden Project.

Camping is not allowed on the site but there are facilities in nearby St Austell.

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