Radar Festival announce 13 new bands

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Radar Festival have announced 13 new bands for next year’s festival!

Following the first announcement in November last year, which saw the likes of PERIPHERYHAKENLOATHEHEART OF A COWARD and more, confirmed for the progressive music festival in Manchester, now, another 13 bands have been announced for this year’s festival!

Leading the charge in the new announcement is anonymous metal collective SLEEP TOKEN, who will headline the Friday, whilst VOLUMESMONUMENTS and GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT will all perform across the festival weekend at new venue O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester. Rounding off the latest announcement is TEN56.WHEELI BUILT THE SKYTHE CALLOUS DAOBOYSPROFILEREXPLORING BIRDSONGFORAGERWHERE OCEANS BURN and DEAD SPEAKER.

Speaking about the announcement, festival co-organiser Ash Cook says, “this summer is going to be so special: we have brought together inspiring bands and outstanding musicians together in the vibrant city that we now call home, Manchester. The last few weeks of winning Best New Festival, a venue move, and confirming this next wave of acts has left me proud and excited to be working with our team to produce another outstanding event.

When I like a band, I really get sucked into all elements of their music. It’s been a pleasure getting to do that with some fantastic rising stars among our line-up, as well as reacquainting myself with memorable moments from incredible albums from the more established acts that we’re bringing over. PERIPHERY and VOLUMES are both favourites, and SLEEP TOKEN blew me away with their show last week. We’re excited to see what you all think – and I can’t wait!”

Radar Festival 2023 - Announcement 2

Radar Festival will take place from July 28th-30th at O2 Victoria Warehousea, Manchester. Tickets are available now and can be purchased here.

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