Birmingham venue set to reopen its doors

Brandon Flowers, Mark Ronson and Kelis set to perform at hmvinstitute following facelift

A concert venue in Birmingham is set to reopen its doors after a multi-million pound refurbishment.

The HMV Institute will relaunch on September 25, and will feature performances on the night from Guillemots‘ frontman Fyfe Dangerfield and Ned’s Atomic Dustbin.

The KillersBrandon Flowers is among the acts who will appear at the newly-opened venue in the coming weeks along with Mark Ronson and his band The Business International, Kelis and Hurts.

The reopening comes after the Cardiff Barfly closed its doors for the forseeable future.