Demob Happy are one of the latest acts to join the line-up for this year’s Marshall Live, an all-dayer curated by Marshall Amps.
The Brighton-via-Newcastle rockers - who just completed our tour with Independent Venue Week and Jack Daniel’s this weekend- will be joined by SHVPES on the bill at the event, which takes place in June.
The other artists already confirmed to play Marshall Live 2020 include the incredible Dream Wife, as well as Deaf Havana, Dinosaur PIle-Up and Press To Meco.
Marshall Live takes place on 6th June 2020 at Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes. Tickets are available now right here.
Speaking of this year’s event, Marshall Commercial Director, Alex Coombes said: “Marshall Live is the embodiment of what Marshall stands for – putting live music first. From a musicians perspective we are able to give grassroot bands an opportunity to play an arena early in their career, and even give unsigned bands the chance to perform alongside headline acts. From a fan perspective, they are able to discover a full days worth of new bands for £30. In addition, we are also championing Milton Keynes as an up and comingmusic location.
We love the line-up, it might just be the best out there for an all-dayer; but we also learnt a lot from last year, so we’ve not been afraid to switch a few things up. We’re putting a lot of emphasis on audience engagement for this year, we want Marshall Live to inspire the next generation of music lovers.”
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