Local label Bread Records presents the latest of their weekly Open Mic events at The Grafton Arms this Tuesday 14 September. If you fancy showing up and playing some tunes, get in contact with host Michael Webster. Be sure to head down from 7pm to grab a seat for this free evening of music.
North West-based singer/songwriter Blacksheeplad headlines Gullivers NQ this Wednesday 15 September. With support from Manchester musicians Liam McClair and Michael Webster – you can grab a ticket for £8 (inc. booking fee) for this midweek gig at a beloved venue.
Scruff of the Neck presents Jeramiah Ferrari at The Bread Shed this Friday 17 September from 7:30pm. This headliner grew up on a diet of Bob Marley, The Police and Michael Jackson – so you can expect a great calypso-ska style reggae pop show! Support comes from Liquid Beach and NGUVU.
Deco Records bring you another of their famous Peer Hat all-dayers this Saturday 18 September – including London quintet Beige Banquet as headliner in their first Manchester show. Kicking off from 2:30pm – the bill also features Fuzz Lightyear, Harpans Kraft, Ideal Husband, Horsemeat, slab and more. Tickets are only £8 in advance or you can pay a tenner on the door. Don’t miss this one.
SM Presents in partnership with XS Manchester the best new music that Manchester has to offer this Saturday 18 September. Get down to FAC251 – Factory Manchester from 7pm for a bumper line-up featuring Suave Martyrs, MCRAE, Daz Cadwallander and Elephant and the Rider. Tickets for the gig start from £11 (inc. booking fee), plus there’s an option to head to the afterparty for a few quid more. Find out more information at the booking link below.
Manchester’s YES celebrate their 3rd birthday in style this weekend with a fab line-up of bands. This Saturday 18 September, The Pink Room will host The Goa Express, Loose Articles and Holiday Ghosts. You can catch these 3 great bands for just a fiver (plus a small booking fee). Be quick!
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