The much loved performance space Kraak  is closing its doors imminently and to give the place a send-off it deserves, they are reaching for their roots. Before the venue there was Kraak Gallery, and in this time a Manchester and Berlin connection was established, resulting in underground art shows and wild raves. Reaching full circle, the festival has curated a line-up to reflect the musicians and artists from those times. If experimental noise art, poetry, punk, rock, psychedelia and folk are your thing, we strongly advise you to attend.

Sat 25 Jul, Kraak Venue, 11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DB, £7, 5pm-4am,

Fri 24 Jul - Sat 25 Jul
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Thu 23 Jul 2015