After emerging as one of Manchester’s most active platforms for new music in recent times, it’s only fitting that Lion’s Den mark the August Bank Holiday weekend with a three-day music festival.

Tucked up on the Great Northern Warehouse’s flourishing Mews area, the bar has quickly become a Manchester favourite and a regular haunt for anyone wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of the city’s up-and-coming music scene.

Topping the weekend-long bill are electric indie-rock outfit Colliders and Reave, who bring their gorgeous, ethereal sounds to the stage. Joining them will be a familiar, beloved face of the Mancunian music landscape, Clint Boon, who’ll be spinning tracks to a no doubt lively crowd.

Also joining the lineup are the likes of Black Sonic Revolver, Celestines, King Blonde, The Common View, Minerva Daisy and many, many more.


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Entry to the festival is completely free, and Lion’s Den will once again be raising money for a plenty-worthy cause, Forever Manchester, who do incredible work in funding and supporting community activity across Greater Manchester.

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Fri 26 Aug - Sun 28 Aug, Lion's Den,
253 Deansgate, Mews, Manchester M3 4EN
Bradley Lengden
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Wed 17 Aug 2022