Network Music Festival

Sound without Borders // 15-18th July 2020

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A multi-venue festival, Network Musical Festival, brings together communities of artists and researchers in venues around Birmingham’s creative and digital quarter, Digbeth and at some of the city’s most hi-tech performance spaces.


Birmingham City University’s purpose built media centre at The Parkside building.

The Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham, B4 7BD

// MULTI-CHANNEL CONCERT // Friday 26th September 1800 //

University of Birmingham’s BEASTdome, 30-channel sound projection performance space.

Bramhall Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT

// ALGORAVE VENUE // Friday 26th September 2200 //

UnPlug Birmingham – Live Music Venue & Night Club/Bar. UnPlug is located on Digbeth High Street, Birmingham, just opposite Digbeth Coach Station. Plug has hosted many popular events over the years having a wide array of artists, musicians and DJs Perform.

UnPlug, Digbeth High Street, Birmingham, B5 6DY

// LATE NIGHT CONCERT // Saturday 27th September 2200 //

Stryx is an artist led studio, project and exhibition space in Digbeth, Birmingham. Formed by Fine Art graduates in 2012, Stryx is formed of individual practitioners who work together to foster a diverse range of events, exhibitions and projects both in and outside their studio space. Furthermore, Stryx seeks to initiate and develop regional and national artistic collaborations in order to promote and strengthen an accessible and vibrant network of ideas and practices.

Stryx,13 Minerva Works, Digbeth

// ARTIST’S TALKS // Sunday 28th September 1100 //

Also inside Birmingham City University’s purpose built media centre at The Parkside building.

Exact Room TBC


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