About The 6 Music Festival

For the first time ever, BBC Radio 6 Music is hosting its own Festival. With more than 30 artists and DJs across 3 stages, the BBC Radio 6 Music Festival brings together an inspiring line up of artists with an alternative spirit.

How To Watch and Listen

As well as plenty of amazing live music and several thousand music fans, our presenters were on site at Victoria Warehouse, broadcasting live from 1pm until midnight both days, bringing you all the sets, interviews with the artists, surprises & behind the scenes action to the comfort of your own home.

:: Catchup on iPlayer Radio

To relive the whole thing, you can catch highlights from the festival via BBC Red Button every day from Saturday 1st – Sunday 9th March.

:: 6 Music Festival - Red Button Schedule

:: Frequently Asked Questions

:: Terms and Conditions

More about the Festival

From major established acts to potential future stars, the line up reflects the wide range of artists you can hear on BBC Radio 6 Music every day.

The BBC Radio 6 Music Festival takes place on Friday 28th February and Saturday 1st March 2014, at the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester. We’re excited to be holding our inaugural festival in a city that’s played such an important role in British music history. The venue is also a stone’s throw from Media City, which is home to many of BBC Radio 6 Music’s shows.

The BBC Radio 6 Music Festival features 2 stages of live acts and a silent disco DJ stage. Doors for the evening event will open at around 4pm, and the event will finish around midnight on both days.

See the full line-up for the 6 Music Festival

The BBC Radio 6 Music Festival Fringe is a separately ticketed free event running during the daytime on both days of the Festival, next door at the Victoria Warehouse hotel. 

Tickets for Friday and Saturday night’s shows and for the Festival Fringe have now all gone but you’ll be able to get exclusive access via BBC Radio 6 Music and online throughout the Festivak weekend.