The newly renovated Victorian warehouse venue Crane Birmingham (cap. 3,500) is set to re-open on 15 October.

The Birmingham city centre venue includes several new spaces across the site including an atrium, workshop and basement. There are five floors with various seated areas, seven bars, an outdoor terrace and a mezzanine overlooking the main room.

The multi-purpose cultural venue, which also features an outdoor space, will feature lights, lasers, CO2 cannons, 3D LED effects and a “futuristic” LED wall next to the main stage.

Crane originally closed in 2018 only months after it opened, when then-owner Rainbow Venues had its license revoked.

Director Damian Eston said, “We feel as though the city has been lacking a cultural events space of this size and nature. With the carefully curated line ups featured this autumn and the level of production capabilities Crane can offer, we are offering a fresh and positive outlook on the city’s historic music culture.”

The industrial-style venue will host events up until New Years Day, with a lineup including Chase & Status, Marco Carola, Jeff Mills, Patrick Topping, Bru C, Marcel Dettman and Folamour.

Outside of music events, the venue has clients such as GymShark and Business Start Up Awards confirmed alongside other photoshoots, exhibitions and private dining experiences. There are also plans in place to develop a visual arts and music recording studio onsite.