Keeping you in Manchester’s musical loop as always, we’ve picked out 8 shows close to selling out. Read on, take your pick, and act fast!
Tuesday 24th September // Joe Nichols @ Night & Day
// US country artist Joe Nichols heads to Night & Day to share a dose of passionate Americana, with a follow-up to 2017’s ‘Never Gets Old’ on the not-too-distant horizon. Tickets can be bought here.
27th September // Wilco @ Albert Hall
// It’s been over two years since Chicago alt-rock outfit Wilco last visited Manchester. Returning again to the Albert Hall this autumn, the group have just announced a 17-date tour of Europe this September, in addition to their previously announced tour dates for June. Tickets for their appearance in Manchester on 27th September are just £35.
28th September 2019 // Allah-Las @ Gorilla
// LA rock outfit Allah-Las visit following news of a forthcoming album ‘LAHS’, to be released in October on Mexican Summer. Grab a ticket for their night at Gorilla for £12.50.
Friday 11th October // Bis & LIINES @ Night & Day
Night & Day welcome Scottish alt-outfit Bis on a co-headline with local trio LIINES, fresh from a recent appearance at YES. Want a night of insane energy? Then buy your tickets here now, as two thirds of them have already gone.
Wednesday 16th October // Chastity Belt @ YES
This all-female, American rock cohort formed in Washington back in 2010, and with three positively-received studio albums already under their belt, the group have gone from strength to strength. The band take a humorous approach to feminine stereotypes as well as tending to challenge gender norms within their lyrics. Buy your tickets here.
Thursday 17th October // Pom Poko @ Deaf Institute
// Norwegian band Pom Poko have a unique, catchy sound which you can’t help but bop along to. They recently saw off the release of their debut album ‘Birthday’, via Bella Union. The quartet blend sweet “punky melodies” with “disco-fried art-rock eruptions”. Grab tickets here.
Friday 18th October // Self Esteem @ Band On The Wall
// Spice up your Friday night with an evening in the company of Self Esteem at Band On The Wall. The solo experimental pop project of singer-songwriter Rebecca Taylor, her debut album came earlier this year in March in the shape of ‘Compliments Please’. Grab your tickets here to get groovy with the solo pop project.
Friday 15th November // Elder Island @ Gorilla
// Bristol-based triad Elder Island visit Gorilla with debut album release ‘The Ommitone Collection’ still fresh on the shelves. Their “genre-defying” sound is made up of synths, hypnotic beats and strong melodies. If you’re looking for a group full of energy, buy your tickets here.
Tickets for all shows are available here.