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Beyond the Tracks Tickets
Beyond the Tracks tickets
Hitting the music festival scene for the first time ever, Beyond the Tracks is an exciting new three-day festival that takes place in Birmingham's Eastside City Park. This brand-new site provides an ideal blend of urban and green spaces to host an epic lineup of favourite stars in music. With the ability to host up to 10,000 music lovers daily, Beyond the Tracks is slated to become Birmingham's hugest city centre festival ever. Don't miss the chance to pick up Beyond the Tracks tickets for this September - this is one hot new event music lovers will not want to miss out on!
Beyond the Tracks' background
Beyond the Tracks was envisioned as Birmingham's biggest inner city festival, bringing together major names in music for one epic three-day extravaganza.
The festival grounds do not permit reentry to patrons who leave the premises, but with so many big names in rock and plenty of food, drink and bars available, the festival provides everything attendees need right there. Eastside City Park is conveniently positioned within close reach of several major transportation options, including Birmingham New Street, Moor Street and Digbeth Coach Station.
Beyond the Tracks' 2017 lineup
The inaugural Beyond the Tracks festival took place the weekend of September 15 to 17 in 2017 and featured an epic lineup only appropriate to get this electric new concert series off the ground. Friday, September 15 featured brothers and electronic music pioneers Phil and Paul Hartnoll, reuniting after a five-year break to treat fans to a performance of Orbital. Other Friday acts included Leftfield, another electronic act that was scheduled to perform its legendary dance album Leftism in its entirety, and Faithless, who brought a DJ set to the fans that included favourites like "God is a DJ" and "We Come 1."
Saturday, September 16 welcomed headliner Ocean Colour Scene, a local act known for hits such as "Hundred Mile High City," "The Day We Caught the Train" and "The Riverboat Song." Maximo Park, another beloved act, rocked the crowd with anthemic choruses and penetrating lyrics from their new album, Risk To Exist. Other Saturday performers include The Coral, local act The Twang, Carl Barat and the Jackals, Jaws, and Superfood.
Sunday, September 17 saw performances by Editors, Birmingham locals who energised the festival crowd with strong basslines, electrifying synths and an overall awesome alt-rock experience. Fans rocked out to many other performances, including the feedback-heavy short sets of The Jesus and Mary Chain and the electro-indie creations of Wild Beasts, as well as sets by Slowdive, Dorcha, Josefin Ohrn + The Liberation, Goodnight Lenin and more.
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