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BBC Radio 6 Music Festival To Return In March 2024

Tuesday, 05 December 2023 Written by Jon Stickler

BBC Radio 6 Music Festival will return next spring.

The event, which first launched back in 2014, will head back to multiple venues across Greater Manchester between March 7 and 10, after the city was confirmed as the new permanent home of the festival in 2023.

The full line-up and venues will be announced in early 2024. Samantha Moy, Head of BBC Radio 6 Music commented:

"Last year’s festival was a triumph – amazing artists, distinctive and world-exclusive performances and a true celebration of Greater Manchester’s ever-flourishing music scene. This year we’re back to the Festival’s home to bring you your favourite bands and artists with a 6 Music Festival twist. See you in March!"

Many BBC Radio 6 Music presenters will broadcast their shows live from events taking place during the festival. Highlights will also be broadcast on BBC Four and streaming platforms BBC iPlayer and the BBC Music YouTube channel.

The BBC Radio 6 Music Festival has previously taken over cities such as Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, Camden in London and Cardiff. It has also hosted performances from a plethora of artists, including Anna Calvi, Bombay Bicycle Club, Depeche Mode, Ezra Collective, Goldfrapp, Hot Chip, Johnny Marr, Little Simz, Pixies, Primal Scream, Róisín Murphy, Self Esteem, Wet Leg and more.


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