NewsDecember 8, 2023 2:22 PM ET1,280 views

Humanity's Last Breath, Vola, Conjurer, & more among first wave of bands to for RADAR Festival

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Official press release:

The award-winning, genre-busting RADAR Festival has announced its first headliner for the 2024 edition.

Held at Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse on 26-28th July, RADAR Festival 2024 will see synth royalty The Midnight headline the Friday night. They're joined across the weekend by electrojazz duo Sungazer, RADAR alumni Humanity's Last Breath, death pop phenomenons Blood Command, new UK rock quartet unpeople, and industrial newcomers Tribe Of Ghosts.

They join, among others, the previously-announced Dirty Loops, Plini, Oxymorrons - all gearing up to make RADAR 2024 a landmark event in England's North West.

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Festival co-organizer Joe James shared the following:

Here we go, headliner number one - THE MIDNIGHT! We have been working on this one for a year and are delighted to get it over the line. Bringing synth royalty with their 80s vibes straight to Stage One, we're so excited for our Friday night to ooze fun whilst we finish the first day with RADAR dancing straight into a neon haze.  

We're also delighted to announce Sungazer, the electrojazz duo who bring their dreamy pop to lighten the mood and wow us with their musicianship. RADAR is always keen to support new music and unpeople have garnered a strong reputation already so we couldn't wait to invite them to share the beginning of their journey with us all. Expanding the party are RADAR alumni Humanity's Last Breath, alongside death-pop legends Blood Command and industrial newcomers Tribe Of Ghosts.

Full list of bands announced so far:

The Midnight
Dirty Loops
Plini
VOLA
Sungazer
Humanity's Last Breath
Heart of a Coward
Oxymorrons
Blood Command
Caskets
Conjurer
Ithaca
Siamese
unpeople
Graphic Nature
The Intersphere
The Omnific
Future Static
ADHARMA
Cestra
Tribe Of Ghosts
Seething Akira
Giant Walker
Ikonik

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anonymous 131 days ago

GOOmanity

anonymous 131 days ago

Completely RADAR'ded




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