MARSHALL LIVE BRINGS YOU TEN BANDS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE IN JUNE
Marshall Live brings you ten bands for price of one as some of the most exciting up and coming names all ascend on the Marshall Arena at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes on 1st June for a day of live music.
This brand new one-day festival celebrates the rock Gods of tomorrow across two stages. The Main Stage will host the biggest rising names in rock, while The Discovery Stage provides an opportunity for the best unsigned bands to perform. Compering the event will be host of BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show Daniel P Carter.
Marshall Records bosses tell us about the event: “We love celebrating new talent and our home Milton Keynes. So we’re combining them. Marshall Live is our way of helping you enjoy discovering the best new bands.
“We’re not making you wait till 10pm for the big names. We’re not in a muddy field. We’re not charging a fortune for a ticket.
“What we’re doing is throwing the biggest Marshall party to show that guitar music is stronger than ever. With Rock Sound we’re bringing the greatest unsigned bands across the UK. That’s eighteen of the best breakthrough bands for just £30 including fees (£20 for 14-17 year olds).
“Not only will there be great music all day, you can also try gear and kickback in the outdoor village with a beer. If you love The Hunna, Yonaka, or Barns Courtney – now’s your chance to buy a ticket, below, before they sell out.”
Tickets are £30 and available now right here.
The Marshall Live line-up is:
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