Dubbed “the jewel in Manchester’s crowd” by Elbow’s Guy Garvey, Oldham Street’s legendary Night & Day Café recently celebrated their 27th birthday. Busy as ever, we’ve been looking ahead to some excellent shows you can catch at the venue over the coming months…
Tuesday 14th May // Elephant Sessions
// Scottish five-piece Elephant Sessions blend intricate melodies and hard-hitting guitars with a drum and bass-heavy backline. They visit Oldham Street ahead of the release of their upcoming third album ‘What Makes You’. Tickets are £12.50.
Friday 17th May // Tide Lines
// Tide Lines drop into Night & Day fresh from the release of latest EP ‘Let’s Make Tonight’, following up debut album ‘Dreams We Never Lost’. Originally meeting in Glasgow, the group blend folk and pop sentimentalities with elements of native Gaelic culture. Tickets are just £12.
Monday 20th May // YOLA
// You may have caught rising country/soul singer-songwriter Yola’s storming performance on Jools Holland’s NYE Hootenany recently. Produced by Dan Auerbach, her debut album ‘Walk Through Fire’ has found approval from the likes of Katy Perry and Massive Attack, and has received widespread acclaim. Tickets are £15.
Thursday 30th May // Strand of Oaks
// Musical vehicle of songwriter and producer Timothy Showalter, Strand Of Oaks blends Americana folk with traditional rock songwriting. His appearance at Night & Day comes following the release of sixth album ‘Eraserland’. Grab a ticket here for £15.
Monday 3rd June // Legendary Shack Shakers
// Over the years, the Legendary Shack Shakers’ “hell-for-leather roadshow” has seen off tours with the likes of The Black Keys, The Damned, Robert Plant, Rancid, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, and more. Still to follow up the 2017 release of their ninth album ‘After You’ve Gone’, tickets for their appearance in Manchester are £14.
Wednesday 4th September // Charley Crockett
// US blues singer-songwriter Charley Crockett played over 200 shows across the United States and Europe across 2018. Showing no signs of slowing down, he’s already announced extensive dates across Australia, Europe and the US this year. Grab a ticket for £14 here.
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