Orbital, Editors, OCS, Leftfield, Maximo Park, The Coral & more lining up for Beyond The Tracks

stage splits announced for next weekend

published: Fri 8th Sep 2017

Editors

Friday 15th to Sunday 17th September 2017
Eastside City Park, Curzon Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7AP, England MAP
£135, or £49.50 per day
daily capacity: 10000
last updated: Fri 8th Sep 2017

New green field festival Beyond the Tracks, which takes place at Eastside City Park, Birmingham next weekend from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th September, has announced the stage splits and running orders.

On Friday, the Main Stage hosts OrbitalLeftfield - playing 'Leftism' in full, Jagwar Ma, and Pixx, while the Second Stage has Faithless with a DJ set, Higher Intelligence Agency, Leftfoot DJs, and Jukes of Hazard and Deano Ferrino.

On Saturday it's a hometown set from Ocean Colour Scene, Maximo Park, The Coral, The Twang, Carl Barat & The Jackals, and Jaws on the Main Stage, while there's Superfood, Table Scraps, The Americas, The Sandinistas, Sugarthief, and Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam on the Second Stage.

Last but not least, for Sunday, the Main Stage has Editors, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Wild Beasts, Slowdive, Peter Hook and the Light, and Nadine Shah, while the Second Stage has  Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation, Victories At Sea, Blackash, Hoopla Blue, Dorcha, and EERA.

A three day ticket costs £135, or day tickets cost £49.50 for any day, or £40 for students.

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Eastside City Park is a brand-new site in Birmingham City Centre. The nearest Train Station is Moor Street (5min walk) and New Street (10min walk) and Digbeth Coach Station is (15min walk).  

Beyond the Tracks

 



Friday 15th to Sunday 17th September 2017
Eastside City Park, Curzon Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7AP, England MAP
£135, or £49.50 per day
daily capacity: 10000
last updated: Fri 8th Sep 2017


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