Old favourites and musical innovators galore take to the Albert Hall stage in the coming months, as the venue preps itself for a stacked summer.

Kula Shaker | Wed 6 Jul

British psych-rock icons Kula Shaker come to Manchester off the back of their sixth, hugely acclaimed record 1st Congregational Church of Eternal Love and Free Hugs, kicking off our list in supreme style.

Modest Mouse | Thu 21 Jul

Genuine pioneers of the indie rock movement, Modest Mouse continued their endlessly impressive run of form last year with the release of their incredible seventh album The Golden Casket. They’ll be bringing a mixture of that new material and old classics to the Albert Hall stage this July.

Cate Le Bon | Thu 18 Aug

Over the last fifteen years, Welsh musician and producer Cate Le Bon has toured with and worked alongside the likes of John Grant, Gruff Rhys, St Vincent, Perfume Genius, Tim Presley and many more.

Fresh from the release of her acclaimed second record, Pompeii—a psychedelic pop trip that brilliantly blends saxophone with an overarching melancholiness—the Welsh musician will offer audiences the first glimpse at how the new material translates to the live stage.

Joe Jackson | Tue 2 Aug

Featuring both a full band set and a mini solo set, expect an evening of music drawn from Joe’s whole career, including some that haven’t been heard for many years. Watch out for surprises too, including some new material.

Tune-Yards: Gorilla | Tue 23 Aug

In a crossover we can firmly get behind, the Albert Hall has teamed up with Gorilla to present a special one-off, intimate show from Tune-Yards.

It follows a triumphant show at the Albert Hall back in 2018, and offers fans the chance to hear material from her new record Sketchy.

Wed 6 Jul - Tue 23 Aug, Albert Hall
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 21 Jun 2022