Featuring everything from 90s alternative icons and full-tilt rock blowouts to gorgeous soul fusions and Ibiza club classics, Albert Hall welcomes the warmer months with another peerlessly diverse and wildly thrilling live music programme from May to September.

30 Years of Cafe Mambo: Classics in the City | Sun 5 May | 9pm-4am | From £23

Returning to the city for one night only to celebrate their 30th birthday, the team behind legendary Ibiza party hotspot Cafe Mambo take over Albert Hall with their biggest line-up to date, bringing unmissable electronic sets from Roger Sanchez, Marshall Jefferson, Kings Of Tomorrow and more.

The Breeders | Wed 26 Jun | 7pm-11pm | £38.95

On Wed 26 Jun, 90s alt-rock pioneers The Breeders arrive in Manchester with their own 30th anniversary, delivering a night of classic tunes from their seminal album Splash! alongside a selection of hits spanning an illustrious career.

Brittany Howard | Sat 6 Jul | 7pm-11pm | £34

Performing solo following the release of her critically acclaimed album What Now?, globally renowned Alabama Shakes vocalist Brittany Howard presents a breathtaking concert packed with sparkling fan favourites and soaring original songs from her new record.

G Flip | Sat 7 Sep | 7pm-11pm | £23

Bringing her signature high-octane pop-rock fusions to Albert Hall following a venue upgrade from Gorilla, multi-talented Australian drummer and singer-songwriter G Flip leads a blistering gig featuring music from her award-winning sophomore album, DRUMMER, alongside an array of platinum-charting singles including Drink Too Much and Killing My Time.

Jordan Rakei | Thu 26 Sep | 7pm-11pm | £30.15

Ahead of the release of his fifth studio album The Loop this May, renowned neo-soul prodigy Jordan Rakei plays Albert Hall following a meteoric rise to cult status as one of the most innovative, fresh musicians of the last decade.

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Published on:
Fri 9 Feb 2024