Supersonic Festival 2019 – named the UK’s best small festival by The Guardian

Supersonic Festival 2019 celebrated our 15th edition, with a sell out event and incredible press reviews which included a 5 star review by The Guardian, naming us the UK’s best small festival.

“By embracing the heaviness in Birmingham’s heritage, and adding a strong dose of eccentricity, Supersonic is world-class.” Read the full article HERE

Neurosis at Birmingham Town Hall photo by Joseph Singh

Here is a taster of some of the other amazing press coverage we received

The Quietus wrote “Supersonic Festival celebrates weirdness. It encourages unbridled creativity. It expands the imagination. It promotes the free and limitless pursuit of expression in order to expand the body, the mind, and the human spirit. It forges unlikely connections between ostensibly different areas, ideas, people and disciplines.”
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“Supersonic Festival has grown into one of the world’s most important events for new music. Cherry-picking the finest experimental music from all over the globe, its line-up grows increasingly diverse with each passing year. Now in its 15th year, Supersonic has become known as an event that consistently represents some of the globe’s best and most innovative music.”Louder
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“Supersonic has built its deserved reputation for excellence via the steady guiding hand and considerable curatorial nous of Capsule, the team behind it. This year they are in overdrive in celebration of Birmingham as the Home of Metal.” Echoes and Dust
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“The chance to see Godflesh and Neurosis play Birmingham’s Town Hall was a rare – possibly a once-in-a-lifetime – treat….This year we get a black sistah punk, a trigger synth party noise machine, Portuguese purveyors of ‘skull cave echo’, supernatural soundscapes and meditative poetry.” Express & Star
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