Massive Attack and Santogold set for Becks Fusions festival

Bands will team up with visual artists at the bash in Manchester

Massive Attack and Santogold set for Becks Fusions festival
Massive Attack and Santogold are among the acts who are set to perform at this year's Becks Fusion event in Manchester.

The festival, held at Manchester's Castlefield Arena between September 4 and 6, will feature some of the acts teaming up with visual artists.

The bands, also including Hercules And Love Affair and Midnight Juggernauts, will perform on September 5 or 6, and tickets are only available to competition winners on Becks.co.uk.

The first day of the bash, on September 4, will be free to enter and will feature art installations, DJs and food and drink.

The bands set to perform are:

September 5:

Hercules And Love Affair
The Presets
Sonny J
Cicada
Elektrons
Tokyoblu
Mechanical Owl


September 6:

Massive Attack
Santogold
Midnight Juggernauts
Das Pop
Phantom Limb

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