Stay Fresh Fest is back for more! Returning to Deaf Institute for a fifth outing, the bi-annual, two-floor indie all-dayer showcases the best new music from across the North West, having one huge party in the process. Taking over the Grosvenor Street venue on 26 January, we can look forward to a visit from funkadelic six-piece See Thru Hands, a folk-groove crossover from the Bethlehem Casuals and a visit from Stoke singer-songwriter Average Joe. Also appearing, expect a raucous set from one-man band Leather Party, experimental jazz-rock crossover from Slow Knife, and a dose of indie-pop perfection from Gorgeous Bully. Completing a stellar line-up, the six-hour bash will also feature sets from shoegaze five-piece URF, experimental indie pop outfit The Starlight Magic Hour and local rock quartet LYNCHS. Earlybird tickets are now sold out, so act quick!
Sat 26 Jan, Deaf Institute, 135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester M1 7HE, Tel: 0161 276 9350, 4pm, £10, www.seetickets.com
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Published on: Thu 17 Jan 2019