It’s “the jewel in Manchester’s crowd”, if you stand by the words of Elbow’s Guy Garvey, and Oldham Street’s legendary Night & Day Café have another few months of stellar shows lined up for us. We’ve picked out a few for your consideration…

Thursday 22nd August // Amythyst Kiah

// Self-described as a “Southern Gothic, alt-country blues singer-songwriter” Amythyst Kiah brings her raw and powerful vocal prowess to Oldham Street this August. Tickets are £13.

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 his appearance in Manchester for £14 here.

Tuesday 24th September // Joe Nichols

// 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.

Saturday 5th October // SHEAFS

This Sheffield-ian alternative/indie band come to town to share some catchy riffs and hooks, sat nicely alongside their upbeat sound. The hype around SHEAFS has been constantly growing since their hit ‘This Is Not A Protest’ hit the shelves back in 2017. You can grab tickets here.

Friday 11th October // Bis & LIINES

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 only a few handfuls remain.

Thursday 24th October // Caroline Spence

// Singer-songwriter Caroline Spence visits Oldham Street supporting her third full-length from ‘Mint Condition’. Grab a ticket for £13.

Sunday 27th October // Birds Of Chicago

// Since their formation in 2012, Birds of Chicago have found plenty of fans with their brand of feel-good Americana. Supporting new album ‘Love in Wartime’, their latest tour brings them to Night & Day this October. Tickets are £15.

Monday 4th November // Dustbowl Revival

// Americana roots cohort Dustbowl Revival squeeze all eight members of their orchestra onto Night & Day’s prestigious stage, blending folk, bluegrass, Dixieland jazz, New Orleans swing and a little bit of gospel. Tickets are on sale here.

Thursday 7th November // Fatherson

// Hailing from Kilmarnock, Scotland, three-piece alt-rock band Fatherson present pop punk oozing with confidence. With their brand new album ‘Sum of All Your Parts’ coming out on 14th September, expect crunching guitars and punishing trills. Grab a ticket here.

Sunday 1st December // James Gillespie

// Drawing comparisons to the likes of Hozier, James Blake and Rag’n’Bone Man, British singer-songwriter James Gillespie brings his blend of dark indie electronica to Manchester. Tickets are available here.


Tickets for all shows are available here.

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