Adam Beyer, Apollonia, Dubfire, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Richy Ahmed, The Black Madonna, Nastia, Solardo, Nathan Barato and more announced for Chapter XIII in Birmingham and this is your chance to win 2 tickets to join the party!
Easter weekend 2017 will once again see The Rainbow Venues, Birmingham celebrate the past, present and future of dance music, food and art with Chapter XIII, an event held across a number of different and exciting spaces. This annual birthday celebration of underground music also encompasses an art exhibition, six carefully selected and award winning food traders, world-class pyrotechnics, cutting edge lighting and laser technology and over 12 hours of house and techno across nine uniquely-crafted stages.
Influential labels from the worlds of house, techno, garage, bass and more all get in on the fun and host stages including Drumcode, Leftfoot and Art of Dark. Playing them will be world class DJs such as Adam Beyer, Midland, The Black Madonna, Treatment, Dense & Pika, Joseph Capriati, Apollonia, Jamie Jones, Dubfire, local heroes Adam Shelton and Lewis Oxley, Gerd Janson, Mark E, Perlon boss Zip, Djebali, John Dimas, Premiesku and many more.
Chief amongst these are local brand Portal who will host a secret warehouse takeover, and promise real fireworks with Solardo, Nathan Barato, Arun Verone, Artikal B2B GW Harrison, Tommy Vercetti, Paradox City and Rothstein. If that wasn’t enough, tucked away in a secondary secret location, party-goers will also find another local brand re:cord who will host techno heroine Nastia, plus tech house star East End Dubs, Patrice Meiner, Leftback label boss Michael McLardy, re:collective, Jake Read B2B Wignal and Goodkat & Gosha.
Last but not least, White Men Can’t Funk takeover the incredible space that is ‘Spotlight’, featuring sets from local hero Tom Shorterz, plus Jordan Lott, Bobby Barnes and Danny Kane.
Aside from the musical offerings and a plush VIP area, also appearing at this all-encompassing food and music gathering will be Baked in Brick, winner of the British Street Food Award 2016 for their incredible Neapolitan style pizzas, plus Spotlight, the home of award winning street food event Digbeth Dining Club, and an exhibition of esteemed local artist Rob Low’s inspiring photographs of Birmingham. Chapter XIII, then, is set to be the best yet, with more music, food, art and concept dining on offer than ever before.
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