BEYOND THE TRACKS FESTIVAL – Eastside City Park Digbeth Birmingham 15-17th September 2017

Posted: April 13, 2017 in FESTIVALS, MUSIC
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Last year we saw Ocean Colour Scene celebrate the 20th anniversary of their seminal album ‘Moseley Shoals’ in our beloved Moseley Park. We were there to witness two sold out raucous shows which will go down in Birmingham musical history!
We were also lucky enough to have them headline Moseley Folk in 2013 so we thought there would be quite a lot of you interested in Birmingham’s newest and biggest (10,000 capacity) city centre festival!
Ocean Colour Scene will headlining on Saturday 16th Sept with a mega indie line up including Maximo Park, The Coral, The Twang, Carl Barat & The Jackals, Jaws, Superfood plus many more.

The Friday night (15th Sept) will be an electronic affair with some seriously legendary acts including Orbital, Leftfield performing Leftism in its entirety, Faithless (DJ Set), Jagwar Ma & Higher Intelligence Agency.

The Sunday night (17th Sept) will be headlined by Post Punk Rockers; Editors! They will be joined by an equally legendary bill including the likes of The Jesus and Mary Chain, Wild Beasts, Slowdive, Peter Hook & The Light, Nadine Shah plus many more!

This event, along with so many others, firmly stakes the claim that Birmingham is the place to be this summer!  We are sure Beyond The Tracks will become another piece of Birmingham’s musical heritage! Make sure you are there!
Tickets are priced at £45 per day (1st Release – Be Quick) and £49.50 (2nd Release). They will be on sale tomorrow at 10AM via Seetickets.com.

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