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The line-up for Marshall Live – a one-day festival coming to The Marshall Arena (formerly Arena MK) on 1 June 2019 – has been revealed.
The event will welcome some fo the UK’s best and brightest alternative acts, headlined by four-piece Hertfordshire rockers The Hunna. They’ll be joined by alt-folk artist Barns Courtney, alternative rockers Yonaka, Press to MECO, Thousand Thoughts, Rews and Bad Touch.
The Hunna released their sophomore album Dare in the summer of 2018, during a year that also saw them headline London’s vast Alexandra Palace. They have built a huge fanbase since the release of their 2016 debut 100.
British singer-songwriter Barns Courtney released his debut album The Attractions of Youth towards the end of 2017, dropping two new tracks last year in anticipation of his sophomore release.
Brighton based four-piece Yonaka have been turning heads with their vibrant live show throughout the past year, ending 2018 with the release of their four-track EP CREATURE.
The event will be compered by BBC Radio 1 Rock Show host Daniel P Carter, and also hosts the previously announced Discovery Stage. Prospective performers able to apply through an online application process. The two highest-voted acts on the day will then perform on the main stage later that evening, alongside the yet to be revealed main line-up.
“Jim Marshall was always passionate about the local community,” says Managing Director Jon Ellery, “being able to give something back to music lovers in the area has always been one of the company’s core values.”
The one-day festival will offer 10 hours of alternative and rock music to 3,500 fans inside the Marshall Arena, located at the MK Dons Stadium in Bletchley.
Tickets for the event will priced at £30 including fees.
Tickets for Marshall Live are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.