Supersonic Festival 2014

Supersonic Festival 2014

at The Custard Factory, Birmingham

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For one weekend each year Digbeth’s arches vibrate with strange, wonderful sounds as the Custard Factory becomes the focal point for one of the UK’s most distinctive and respected music festivals…Supersonic Festival.

Starting as a one-day event in Birmingham in 2003, Supersonic is now an internationally renowned experimental music and arts festival.

At the heart of the festival is a passion for genre bending sound and performance. The festival is now considered one of the premier experimental music festivals. This is a super limited edition of the festival using a brand new layout, there will be just 400 weekend tickets available.


Friday 30th May
  • Death Waltz Records DJs
  • Duke Mitchell Film Club
Saturday 31st May
  • Super Shorts
  • Rum What Ya Brung
  • If Wet Salon
  • The Quietus At Leisure

Second Stage

Friday 30th May

Alfie Birds

Saturday 31st May
  • Swoomptheeng Disco


Sleaford Mods

Sleaford Mods appearing at this event

Punk influenced duo from Nottingham, Sleaford Mods "deal in grotty, cheap, abrasive, two-bit punk ferocity" - NME. The duo has been favourably compared to The Streets with the humour and wit of Ian Dury, John Cooper Clarke and Half Man Half Biscuit.

See 12 tour dates featuring Sleaford Mods


Swans appearing at this event

Swans are an influential American post-punk band initially active from 1982 to 1997, led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Gira. The band was one of the few groups to emerge from the early 1980s New York No Wave scene and stay intact into the next decade. They reactivated in 2010 with live shows and have continued to play since.

See Swans tour dates

Evil Blizzard

Evil Blizzard appearing at this event

In 2014, debut album The Dangers Of Evil Blizzard was unleashed upon the world and its sonic grooves and unrelenting weirdness quickly captured, and held hostage, the minds and imaginations of freaks across the land. Landing on the cover of The Guardian’s entertainment supplement, and warping the brains of Kerrang’s readership, the five-piece won accolades and nervous glances wherever they went. The band continue to deliver sinister psychedelic rock that will melt your mind and soul. You have been warned.

See 7 tour dates featuring Evil Blizzard

The Custard Factory

Gibb Street
B9 4AA