Max Cooper (as part of Wigflex Festival)

Sunday 5 May 2019

5:00 pm : Main stage

18+

Tickets

General admission: £30.00 (Festival ticket price, includes access to all venues)

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We are delighted to be hosting one of the stages for Wigflex City Festival – an innovative programme of boundary-pushing music features alongside a variety of creative workshops, art installations, panelled discussions and a host of talks.

Electronic DJ/Producer Max Cooper will be performing an AV set showcasing visuals carefully selected to compliment his stunning music.

Max has earned many merits including several Resident Advisor top100 listings including RA top 20 live act of 2015, 2013 and 2012 plus top 100 DJ 2011.

“Some of the more ambitious music crafted within the last few years” – The Music Ninja

Born in 1980 and raised in Belfast, Cooper pursued music as well as science, earning a PhD in computational biology in 2008, while crystallizing his complex yet melodic sound, and his impressive run of singles dating back to 2007.

Since then he has developed his live performances with a focus on sensory immersion.

His contributions to the BBC’s long-running Essential Mix contextualized his striking sound amidst his peers. Max has also collaborated with contemporary classical composers Michael Nyman, Tom Hodge and Nils Frahm, with a reworking of Philip Glass with Bruce Brubaker announced for 2019.

Please note this is strictly an 18+ event. No ID, no entry.

Doors: 5.00pm
Mowgli live AV: 5.00pm-6.00pm
Morris Cowan: 6.00pm-7.00pm

Max Cooper AV set: 7.00pm-9.00pm

Metske: 9.00pm-10.00pm
Coralie: 10.00pm-11.00pm
Curfew midnight / Last entry 10pm 

 

Please read this important information from Wigflex

Tickets swapped for a wristband at the Wristband Exchange (Minor Oak, Sneinton Market, 4 Gedling St, Nottingham NG1 1DS). Wristbands are required to allow entry to all music venues.

Wristband Exchange will be open from 12pm-9pm. Entry after this time is strictly not permitted.

It is not possible to pay for access to individual venues or performances.

ID:
Strictly no ID no entry. ID will be required for entry at every venue as well as at wristband exchange.

Accepted forms of ID: Passport, drivers license, national ID card. (all must be valid and signed)

WRISTBAND EXCHANGE:
Minor Oak, Sneinton Market, 4 Gedling St, Nottingham NG1 1DS

Open from 12pm-9pm.

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Max Cooper (as part of Wigflex Festival)

We are delighted to be hosting one of the stages for Wigflex City Festival – an innovative programme of boundary-pushing music features alongside a variety of creative workshops, art installations, panelled discussions and a host of talks.

Electronic DJ/Producer Max Cooper will be performing an AV set showcasing visuals carefully selected to compliment his stunning music.

Max has earned many merits including several Resident Advisor top100 listings including RA top 20 live act of 2015, 2013 and 2012 plus top 100 DJ 2011.

“Some of the more ambitious music crafted within the last few years” – The Music Ninja

Born in 1980 and raised in Belfast, Cooper pursued music as well as science, earning a PhD in computational biology in 2008, while crystallizing his complex yet melodic sound, and his impressive run of singles dating back to 2007.

Since then he has developed his live performances with a focus on sensory immersion.

His contributions to the BBC’s long-running Essential Mix contextualized his striking sound amidst his peers. Max has also collaborated with contemporary classical composers Michael Nyman, Tom Hodge and Nils Frahm, with a reworking of Philip Glass with Bruce Brubaker announced for 2019.

Please note this is strictly an 18+ event. No ID, no entry.

Doors: 5.00pm
Mowgli live AV: 5.00pm-6.00pm
Morris Cowan: 6.00pm-7.00pm

Max Cooper AV set: 7.00pm-9.00pm

Metske: 9.00pm-10.00pm
Coralie: 10.00pm-11.00pm
Curfew midnight / Last entry 10pm 

 

Please read this important information from Wigflex

Tickets swapped for a wristband at the Wristband Exchange (Minor Oak, Sneinton Market, 4 Gedling St, Nottingham NG1 1DS). Wristbands are required to allow entry to all music venues.

Wristband Exchange will be open from 12pm-9pm. Entry after this time is strictly not permitted.

It is not possible to pay for access to individual venues or performances.

ID:
Strictly no ID no entry. ID will be required for entry at every venue as well as at wristband exchange.

Accepted forms of ID: Passport, drivers license, national ID card. (all must be valid and signed)

WRISTBAND EXCHANGE:
Minor Oak, Sneinton Market, 4 Gedling St, Nottingham NG1 1DS

Open from 12pm-9pm.

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