Brandon Flowers, Mark Ronson, Kelis, Hurts, Tinie Tempah, Kele and Klaxons are among the acts booked to play the new HMV Institute venue in Birmingham.

Following a long-term, multi-million pound refurbishment since its closure in 2008, the U.K. venue will reopen with preview events on Sept. 18. The official opening launch party is on Sept. 25 and will feature Birmingham's Ned' Atomic Dustbin and Guillemots frontman Fyfe Dangerfield.

The main auditorium has a 1,500 capacity while a smaller room holds up to 600 people.

Brandon Flowers will play the venue on Oct. 18 as part of his U.K. tour and Mark Ronson and the Business International perform at the Institute on Sept. 28.

Other acts booked to perform in the fall include Kate Nash, Villagers and the Drums.

The HMV Institute is part of the HMV-owned MAMA Group. The refurbishment included investment from Birmingham City Council and the contemporary design incorporates the restoration of its period features.

The venue opened in 1908 and was originally named the Digbeth Institute. Acts to have performed at the venue include Joni Mitchell, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Human League and the Cure.