Ten years on from it's inception and due to overwhelming demand Resistanz Festival returns to its spiritual home at Sheffield's infamous Corporation venue this Easter. Following on from the event's debut
Ten years on from it's inception and due to overwhelming demand Resistanz Festival returns to its spiritual home at Sheffield's infamous Corporation venue this Easter.
Following on from the event's debut year back in 2011 and a hugely successful run of sold out events in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, 2020 is shaping up to be another fantastic year and definitely not to be missed (less than 25 tickets remain at the time of writing).
Resistanz 2020 will feature 3 days of live music, DJ's, stalls, food, drink, after parties and more.
The main stage line up has now been officially announced and once again attendees will witness a variety of new and returning acts, from EBM to electro, industrial to synthpop, noise to techno:
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Promenade Cinema will be bringing their unique brand of "cinedramatic synthpop"; influenced by the 70s & 80s pioneers of electronic music, together with dramatic film scores and soundtracks, Promenade Cinema create 'danceable darkwave' covering a wide variety of emotions and imagery, paired with unmistakably powerful multi-layered vocals and opulent melodies.
Their debut album Living Ghosts showcases outstanding production by Steve Whitfield (The Cure, The Mission) & mastering by Dean Honer of The Bowling Green (The Human League, Pulp, Moby).
10 (Friday) 7:00 pm - 13 (Monday) 11:00 pm
2 Milton St, Sheffield S1 4JU