Will Hoge | Mon 10 Jul | Gullivers | £14
Americana/country singer songwriter hailing from Nashville, touring in support of new album Anchors.

Ride | Tue 11 Jul | O2 Ritz | £25
Shoegaze pioneers whose first album in 16 years, Weather Diaries, blends garage rock and prog, and is produced by Erol Alkan.

Siobhan Wilson | Wed 12 Jul | Eagle Inn | £7
Classically-trained folk pianist. See our preview here.

Kiran Leonard | Wed 12 Jul | Pavilion Theatre | £12
The Manchester-based artist brings his latest art and music project Song of the Husband to MIF. See our preview for MIF Live here.

Jack Lukeman | Thu 13 Jul | The Castle Hotel | £10
Irish singer songwriter who supported Jools Holland last year at the Royal Albert Hall.

Pierce Brothers | Fri 14 Jul | Deaf Institute | £10
Folk duo who started out busking on the streets of Melbourne.

Ethan & The Reformation | Fri 14 Jul | Castle Hotel | FREE
Manchester five-piece putting a contemporary twist on ’60s psychedelia launch their single Free From Everything at one of NQ’s most intimate venues. Get in to the show for free by buying the single in physical or digital format (from this website) and showing proof of purchase on the door.

Marconi Union | Sat 15 Jul | Band on the Wall | £10.50
Group blending sounds of dub, jazz, ambience and electronica, who performs live to a backdrop of film projections.

Spring King | Sun 16 Jul | Pavilion Theatre | £12
Post-punk/garage punk group based in Manchester with raucous live shows. Supported by Let’s Eat Grandma.

Mon 10 Jul - Sun 16 Jul
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Sun 9 Jul 2017