Legends In The City 2020 on Saturday 6th June 2020
Legends In The City 2020
Saturday 6th June
Digbeth Arena Full Festival Site
2pm - Midnight - 18+ Event
(Last Entry 7pm)
After an amazing debut last summer, we relocate the festival to the epicentre of the Birmingham Superclub era just a stones throw from some of the city's most infamous venues including: Code/Air, Custard Factory & Institute/Sanctuary.
After listening to your #LEGENDSITP feedback, we have taken all of your points on board and we're confident the relocation will allow us to deliver a much better festival experience next summer at one of the most unique festival sites in the UK.
Saturday Event ✅
No Mud ✅
Good Weather 🤞🏻
Five Amazing Arenas ✅
More Legendary Vibes ✅✅
'A Gift From Heaven'
Sander van Doorn (Classics Set)
AJ Gibson / Sam Mitcham / Steve Arnold
30 Years of Micky Finn & Aphrodite
The SL2 Experience (Feat. Slipmatt, Lime & MC Jay J)
Ragga Twins (Live PA)
Mark EG & M-Zone
Flashback All-Stars (Feat. Mistress Mo, Glenn Aston, Tim Ryan)
Pilgrim / Wax On Crew
MC's: Bassman, Fearless, Lenni, Magika, Livelee, Boogieman
JP & Juksey / Paul King / Knuckleheadz
Tidy DJs / Jon Hemming / Hinsley
Jim Shaft Ryan
Legends In The City 2020 is proud and excited to announce we have enlisted five DJ ambassadors who we think truly embody the ethos of the festival and of whom we have huge respect for. Bona fide legends their own right, five fantastic DJs, all instrumental in the success of the Birmingham club scene during the 90's and 00's, and all still relevant and contributing to dance music in a variety of ways!
The CURATORS of LEGENDS IN THE CITY 2020 are:
JIM SHAFT RYAN
Legends is more than just a music festival, it is a community based event.
Brought to you by Legends In The City & Weird Science
Music Genres: Acid House, Drum n Bass, Hard House, Old Skool, Trance
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