Distortion: In The Stadium, Bradford Tickets | Provident Stadium Bradford Bradford  | Sat 4th June 2022 Lineup

Distortion: In The Stadium, Bradford tickets

Provident Stadium Bradford in Bradford

Saturday 4th June 2022

12:00pm til 10:30pm (Last entry 6:00pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Distortion takes over the historic Odsal Stadium in Bradford to host a massive House & Bass Festival. Saturday 4th June - Queen's Jubilee Bank Holiday

 
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Distortion: In The Stadium, Bradford on Saturday 4th June 2022

Back with a BANG in 2022 with 3 Arenas of Music plus our all-star VIP Building

Saturday 4th June – The Queens Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend.

An amazing amphitheatre style venue creates the most unique of set ups and an amazing festival atmosphere.

OVER 75% SOLD OUT!!!

MAIN STAGE

Tom Zanetti (Live) // Silky (Live) // Majestic // Jamie Duggan // Danny Bond // It’s Danny T // Alex Mills (Live) // Alex Simmons // Ussy // Dale Castell // DJ Smallz // MC Scorpz

Special Guest - TEEDEE

ARENA 1 – Bradford Introducing - Local DJs, MCs, Performers

ARENA 2 – Uncut - House, Tech House, Techno

⏰ 12pm -10.30pm

🏟 Odsal Stadium

Bradford, BD6 1BS

⏰ 10.30pm – 2am –Southbank Building AFTERPARTY - The Boiler House Classics Afterparty

THIS IS AN OVER 18s EVENT

ALL TICKETS WILL SELL OUT IN ADVANCE

Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2022 guide

Music Genres: 

Bass Music, Bassline, Drum n Bass, House, UK Garage

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