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RADAR Festival 2024 reveals early bird line-up: Dirty Loops, Plini, and many more 

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The award-winning, genre-busting RADAR Festival returns, with the first wave of bands announced for the 2024 edition.

Held at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on 26-28th July, RADAR Festival 2024 will include Swedish fusion sensations Dirty Loops, Australian progressive guitar maestro Plini, rap rock hard-hitters Oxymorrons, UK metal favourites Conjurer, modern metalcore heavyweights Caskets, Danish progressive metal troupe VOLA and many more.

In Dirty LoopsPlini, and VOLARADAR welcome three massive alumni from previous editions. In addition, Heart of a Coward return from headlining Stage Two in 2023 for a well-deserved main stage appearance, and Caskets and Conjurer have been revealed as Stage Two headliners.

This special early announcement coincides with RADAR returning to their early bird pricing for a limited time. All tickets will be available to fans on RADAR‘s mailing list as a thank you for being such an integral part of the engaged community and go live on Saturday 28th October at 9am.

Sign-up here: RADARfestival.co.uk to get access.

Festival co-organiser Catherine Jackson-Smith comments:

“I’m not sure I can hide my delight at Dirty Loops returning to RADAR Festival. Musically, when we booked them in 2022, it was a defining moment for RADAR Festival, signalling that we were prepared to push boundaries.  I won’t ever deny they are one of my favourite bands so I can’t wait to see them in our stunning new venue for an even bigger party!

“It’s never easy is it?! We’ve been booking bands right up to the last moment of this announcement, some didn’t make it and we’ll be following up with more bands soon! I know people will be blown away with what we’ve booked, it’s worth waiting for!”

Full list of bands announced today:Dirty Loops
Plini
VOLA
Heart of a Coward
Caskets
Conjurer
Oxymorrons
Ithaca
Graphic Nature
Siamese
The Intersphere
The Omnific
Future Static
Cestra
ADHARMA
Seething Akira
Giant Walker
Ikonik

For festival tickets and more:
RADARFestival.co.uk

RADAR – the UK’s most exciting new progressive music festival – moved to Manchester for its 2023 edition, the third iteration of the festival.

RADAR Festival 2023 was a smash success, with Friday headliners Sleep Token joining Periphery (Sunday) and Igorrr (Saturday) among a host of the best from the UK progressive underground and globally. RADAR pride themselves on providing a first home for the best international artists – previous years have seen Dirty Loops (2022) and The Callous Daoboys (2023) first UK shows. 

RADAR capped their intensely impressive 2022 by winning the Best New Festival Award at the UK Festival Awards on 6th December in Manchester.

They have now been nominated for Best Small Festival and Best Metropolitan Festival at 2023’s UK Festival Awards.

With their mixture of international talent and confirmed homegrown success, RADAR Festival has already positioned themselves as a champion of forward-thinking guitar-led progressive music. No genre boundaries, welcome to all, RADAR Festival was launched in 2019 to acclaim, with performances from Animals As Leaders, Agent FrescoRolo Tomassi, among others. Following the COVID hiatus, RADAR Festival 2022 expanded to three days with triumphant appearances from LeprousHakenDirty LoopsPliniConjurerSoen and more.

RADAR Festival is all about pushing boundaries – this year introducing fresh genres to the lineup and stages – and this is just the beginning. 

For more information:
Instagram: RDRfestival // Facebook: RDRfestival
Twitter: @RDRfestival // Website: www.radarfestival.co.uk

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