Rainbow Venues Announce 2017 Chapter XIII Line-up

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Chapter XIII Festival is set to give Birmingham an Easter weekend to remember with its 2017 line-up.

The Rainbow Venues going all out to make this year’s metropolitan festival the best one yet with some of the best house and techno favourites.

The line-up for the annual birthday celebration of underground music includes Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer, Zip, The Black Madonna, Midland and Dubfire plus many more. Together with a host of award-winning food traders including city favourites Digbeth Dining Club, art and the latest cutting edge lighting & laser technology to engulf audiences and offer a breathtaking festival experience.  

Chapter XIII will spread across a nine of different spaces at The Rainbow Venues where festival-goers can dance the day away to some of the world’s most influential dance, house, techno, garage and bass labels.

The festival hopes to celebrate the past, present and future of dance music, food and art. Local brand Portal are set to host a very special secret warehouse shindig, running for the duration of the festival with the line up to be announced.

Alongside all of this attendees can expect a host of offerings including an art exhibition featuring local artist, Rob Low’s inspiring photographs of Birmingham. Hunger definitely won’t be an issue as six award-winning food traders will be serving up their best grub.

Those wanting to add a little luxury to their time at the festival can take advantage of its brand new VIP area which will open with a fully re-designed chill out area allowing guests to soak up the vibes in a more relaxed setting.

With 12 hours of house & techno across nine stages and more music, food, art and concept dining than ever before Chapter XIII is set to be the best show stopping party yet.

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