and Demob Happy
join a stellar line up for Marshall Live 2020
. Taking to the stage with Deaf Havana, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Dream Wife and Press To MECO, Marshall Live 2020 is set to be bigger and better than last year.
Following their new single release, Hot Head, SHVPES are set for a big year. Performing at some of the countries most renowned festivals including Download and 2000Trees. Previously they’ve toured alongside huge talents from Bullet For My Valentine to Crown The Empire and Of Mice & Men. Demob Happy are defining Alt-Rock in the UK right now. They’ve historically played alongside Jack White and just finished headlining a DIY and IVW tour of five independent venues in the UK. 2020 is set to be an exciting year starting off with their latest single ‘Mother Machine’ and more new music to follow.
Marshall Live is at Marshall Arena on 6 June 2020; the all-day event is a celebration of music today and all things Marshall. As part of the celebration, Marshall are hosting a discovery stage which provides the perfect opportunity for unsigned bands to play in the Marshall Village, watch out for more details from Rock Sound on how to enter the competition to play. This not to miss event has the opportunity to check out the latest Marshall merch alongside a wide range of lifestyle products and a chance to get hands on with the latest amplifiers in the Plug and Play area.
It’s an event for music fans and players alike.
Speaking on the return of the event and the line up, Marshall Commercial Director, Alex Coombes said: “Marshall Live is the embodiment of what Marshall stands for – putting live music first. From a musicians perspective we are able to give grassroot bands an opportunity to play an arena early in their career, and even give unsigned bands the chance to perform alongside headline acts. From a fan perspective, they are able to discover a full days worth of new bands for £30. In addition, we are also championing Milton Keynes as an up and coming
We love the line-up, it might just be the best out there for an all-dayer; but we also learnt a lot from last year, so we’ve not been afraid to switch a few things up. We’re putting a lot of emphasis on audience engagement for this year, we want Marshall Live to inspire the next generation of music lovers.”