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General News / July 26, 2017

Metropolis announce second wave of acts & day breakdown

General News / July 26, 2017

Metropolis announce second wave of acts & day breakdown

Metropolis Festival will take place on the October Bank Holiday weekend, October 28-29, and they’ve just released another round of artists…

 

The autumn festival announced the first round of artists for 2017, a few weeks ago. They’re bringing TLC, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Leftfield performing Leftism, Jungle, Death in Vegas, Mount Kimbie, Bonzai, DJ Deece and Booka Brass Band were the first names confirmed.

Now they’ve added some more electronic music goodness to the mix with Jeremy Underground, Berlin trio Fjaak, Coldtonic boss Krystal Klear, and one of the most exciting names in house Peggy Gou.

They’ve confirmed the day breakdown too, revealing that the opening concert on Saturday October 28 will feature Leftfield performing Leftism, Death in Vegas and Fjaak (live).

Sunday will feature the iconic TLC, Richie Hawtin, Jungle, Adam Beyer, Mount Kimbie, Jeremy Underground, Bonzai, Krystal Klear, Peggy Gou, Booka Brass, DJ Deece and many more.

Click here for more information on tickets. Day tickets on sale tomorrow at 9am.

Day Tickets - Online