Find out more as the band confirm they will now come to Birmingham this June.
Marshall Live is coming back to Milton Keynes next year.
The one day festival is set to return to The Marshall Arena (formerly Arena MK) on Saturday 6 June 2020.
Organisers have announced their first wave of artists for next year’s event, including the news that Norfolk rockers Deaf Havana are set to headline.
Attendees can look forward to hearing the band play tracks from their 2018 LP Sinner, alongside fan favourites such as Mildred, Little White Lies, Sing and Boston Square.
Also confirmed to appear at next year’s event are grunge-rockers Dinosaur Pile-Up, who released their latest critically acclaimed album Celebrity Mansions earlier this summer.
Dream Wife will bring their brand of indie punk rock to the event, whilst pop-rockers Hot Milk are also set to appear.
Completing today’s line up announcement is the news that Marshall Records own Press to MECO will open proceedings on the day.
New for 2020 is the addition of the Discovery Stage which is set to feature some of the UK’s best unsigned bands performing throughout the day. Details of how to apply to perform will be announced early next year.
There will also be ‘pick up and play’ areas and jam sessions where attendees can get hands on with Marshall’s iconic amps.
The one day festival will offer 10 hours of alternative and rock music to 3,500 fans inside the Marshall Arena, located at the MK Dons Stadium in Bletchley on Saturday 6 June 2020.
More artists will be announced soon.
Tickets for the event cost £28 (+fees) for adults and £18 (+fees) for under 18s.
Tickets for Marshall Live are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.