Sounds of the City presents: Lewis Capaldi | Castlefield Bowl | Tue 28 Jun | 5:30pm | £44.25

Sounds of the City returns to Castlefield Bowl this week and on Tue 28 June, it will be Scotland’s answer to Beyonce taking the stage at the unique venue. Singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi will be joined by Canadian musician JP Saxe on support from 5:30pm. There’s still tickets available for this – hit the link below to grab yours now!

Castlefield Bowl, Rice St, Manchester, M3 4JR
I Love Live Events presents: LASS | The Castle Hotel | Thu 30 Jun | 7:30pm | £8.80

Northern alt-pop duo LASS headline The Castle Hotel this Thu 30 June from 7:30pm. Formed of sisters Joy and Grace Moore, the pair infuse their lush harmonies with a good bit of Northern grit – embodying 21st century womanhood in their lyrics. Tickets for this event are priced at £8.80 (inc. booking fee).

The Castle Hotel, 66 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LE
Dusty Pop Entertainment present: Tilly Louise + Special Guests | Retro | Thu 30 Jun | 7:30pm | £9

Liverpudlian solo act Tilly Louise will play Sackville Street’s Retro this Thu 30 June. Influenced by the likes of Paramore, HAIM, Jade Bird, The Aces and Orla Gartland – the alternative pop artist will be joined on the bill by special guests Mandelbro and More In Luv. Tickets are just 9 quid. Doors from 7:30pm.

Retro, 78 Sackville St, Manchester, M1 3NJ
Sounds of the City presents: The Libertines | Castlefield Bowl | Fri 1 Jul | 5:30pm | £47.40

Another Sounds of the City date this Fri 1 July as The Libertines hit the Castlefield Bowl stage. The band, fronted by Carl Barât and Pete Doherty, ruled the indie scene in the early 00s and will no doubt play plenty of old fan favourites. Support comes from fellow London act Sports Team. Hit the link below for tickets.

Castlefield Bowl, Rice St, Manchester, M3 4JR
Abattoir Blues Records present: Furrowed Brow / Slack Alices / Death Vignettes | The Peer Hat | Fri 1 Jul | 8pm | £6.60

Abattoir Blues Records present a night of glam, garage and punk this Fri 1 July at The Peer Hat with Manchester’s very own Furrowed Brow, Slack Alices and Death Vignettes. Tickets are priced at £6.60 (inc. booking fee) and as always include free entry to Shake Appeal -A Night of Garage Rock N Roll afterwards.

The Peer Hat, 14-16 Faraday St, Manchester, M1 1BE
Horn & Hoof Records present: Evil Hoof Picnic 2022 | Gullivers NQ | Sat 2 Jul | From 3pm | £10 ADV / £15 OTD

Evil Hoof Picnic is back for 2022. The all-day event, this Sat 2 July at Gullivers NQ, celebrates the genre and sub-genres of punk. Presented by Horn & Hoof Records and Evil Music Live – the line-up includes Harijan, The Crash Mats, Janus Stark, Panda Lasagne, Mark Murphy and The Meds, Shackleford, Sally Pepper, ‘Till I’m Bones and more! Music kicks off from 3pm.

Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LW
Saturday Showcase | Mancunia Arts Centre | Sat 2 Jul | 6pm | Free Entry

Get down to the all-new Mancunia Arts Centre for the first in a brand new series of free entry monthly events. Showcasing some of the best music from Manchester and beyond – this Sat 2 July features performances from The Build, Man & Boy, Cottontree, That Hidden Promise and others. Find out more about the event and venue at the link below. Doors from 6pm.

Mancunia Arts Centre. Khalsa House, Manchester, M3 1FU
Mon 27 Jun - Sun 3 Jul, Photo credit: Rachael Silvester @rachsilvester
Cat Allan
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Mon 27 Jun 2022