Stay Fresh Fest is back! Returning to Deaf Institute this coming February, the mini festival promises to be jam-packed with music, goodies, and £2 pints. Once again, they’ll be showcasing the best new, up and coming acts from across the North West – and the line-up is looking pretty damn rock’n’roll. Taking over two-floors of the Grosvenor Street venue on Saturday 8 February, this time around we’re looking forward to checking out Manchester’s psychedelic punks Springfield Elementary, dream-pop five-piece Holy Drone, and a fun set from cute Sheffield/Manc duo All Girls Arson Club. Also on the bill – don’t miss ‘loud and angry’ yet passionately-punk Fighting Rhythm, those beautiful sad boys Bleach Boy, math rockers Binge, some existential doom post-punk from Grave Goods and the very groovy Mt.Fuji. So that’s a total of 8 bands bringing you the best new sounds at this all-day bash. Jump on those £4 Early Bird Tickets before they’re gone!

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sat 8 Feb, 4pm, The Deaf Institute,
135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 7HE
, Tel: 0161 276 9350, From £4.40
Cat Allan
Published on:
Thu 12 Dec 2019