Seventh Wave festival 2017 brings electronic greats to Birmingham

The event will take place in Birmingham between Friday 29th September and Sunday 1st October.

Henry Lewis

Date published: 14th Jun 2017

Image: David Owens November (credit)

The Seventh Wave will bring a slew of top class electronic artists to Birmingham for a string of performances later on this year. Taking place between Friday 29th September - Sunday 1st October, the event looks to showcase some of the finest in ambient vibes and multi layered electro melodies with an exemplary line up in tow.

The opening day will see performances from Banco de Gaia man Toby Marks, who looks to exhibit cinematic production values and live improvisation as he works through his repertoire, both old and new. The same day, Andrew Heath will deliver his impressive studio output, with constantly shifting melodies and emotions at the heart of his work.

On Saturday 30th September, No Man's Tim Bowness will hold court with an incredible set dedicated to his immense back catalogue that includes the collaborations Flame with Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree/ex-Japan), and Talking With Strangers which was co written by  Judy Dyble (ex-Fairport Convention).

Finally, on Sunday 1st October, Mark Ayres and Roger Limb from 'the British Kraftwerk' aka The Radiophonic Workshop will deliver an afternoon of stories and music, sharing how they have constantly been pushing the boundaries of what is possible when it comes to electronic musical creations.

Find tickets for all three events below

Toby Marks (Banco de Gaia) and Andrew Heath Friday 29th September

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Advance Discount Ticket £16.75
(£15.00 + bf)
NOT ON SALE

Embed Ticket Box   There are no tickets available at present.

Tim Bowness (No-Man) & band, ft Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) Saturday 30th September

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Advance Discount Ticket £14.55
(£13.00 + bf)
NOT ON SALE

Embed Ticket Box   There are no tickets available at present.

Mark Ayres and Roger Limb from the Radiophonic Workshop Sunday 1st October

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Advance Discount Ticket £16.75
(£15.00 + bf)
NOT ON SALE

Embed Ticket Box   There are no tickets available at present.

Festivals 2018