Birmingham’s premium celebration of House & Techno, Chapter XIII, is set to reveal the second wave of artist additions and brands to their already star-studded line-up taking place across the Easter Weekend 2017.
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.
These additions only serve to compliment the previously announced names and labels Drumcode, Leftfoot and Art of Dark. Playing alongside them, will be world-class DJs such as Adam Beyer, Midland, The Black Madonna, Treatment, Dense & Pika, Joseph Capriati, Apollonia, Jamie Jones, Dubfire, local hero Adam Shelton and Lewis Oxley, Gerd Janson, Mark E, Perlon boss Zip, Djebali, John Dimas, Premiesku and many more.
Music is not all Chapter XIII has to offer, alongside the sonically diverse programming and bespoke VIP area, there will be a photography exhibition by Rob Lowe, and a wealth of award winning street food vendors including Baked in Brick – a regular at the renowned Digbeth Dining Club.
All this excitement takes place against the industrial backdrop of Birmingham’s iconic Victorian railway arches. The expertly curated programming will provide attendees with over 12 hours of House & Techno across 9 uniquely crafted stages. The Rainbow Venue spaces are vast and varied, ranging from intimate enclaves to outstanding arenas. Chapter XIII also fuses world-class pyrotechnics to compliment the music, and harnesses cutting edge lighting & laser technology to engulf audiences and offer a breathtaking festival experience.