Marshall announces ‘Marshall Live’ festival

With performances from the UK’s up-and-coming acts.

The Hunna live
Ryan (Tino) Potter of The Hunna. Image: agwilson / Shutterstock.com

Marshall has announced a live festival featuring some of the UK’s brightest up-and-coming acts.

Announced late last year, the one-day event will take place on 1 June at The Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, touting more than 10 hours of live performances.

Headlining Marshall Live are Hertfordshire rock quartet The Hunna, alt-folk singer Barns Courtney, as well as Brighton alt-rock band Yonaka. Other acts lined up for the festival include Press to MECO, Thousand Thoughts, Rews, Bad Touch and more.

In the spirit of celebrating talents of tomorrow, non-billed bands will have the opportunity to perform at Marshall’s Discovery Stage. The top two acts from this pool – decided by votes – will then have the chance to perform on the main stage in the evening.

Tickets for Marshall Live are going at £30 (general) and £20 (concession). More info at marshall.com/live.

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