Join Girls Night Out for a Pride Special this Bank Holiday Weekend with iconic pop anthems from all your faves.
Black MIDI perform at The Ritz on the 8th of November in support of their new album Cavalcade.
MCR Pride Live comes to the Oxford Road Corridor this bank holiday weekend with a two day, star-studded takeover of what we’ve come to know as ‘Homeground;.
Oasis Knebworth 1996 is the story of that weekend and the special relationship between Oasis and their fans told through the eyes of those who were there.
Seven-piece soul, jazz and ambient electronica band Submotion Orchestra stop by The Academy this October.
Catch Tiña live at YES Basement in support of their debut album, Positive Mental Health Music.
Former Moloko star comes to the Oxford Road Corridor in support of 2020’s excellent album Róisín Machine.
After two special nights at MIF, 21-year old singer, poet and multiple Brit Award-nominee Arlo Parks returns to Manchester.
Madchester-era favourites make their much-delayed return to the Manchester stage this September.
Henge travel through hyper-space to Manchester Academy with two shows, a family-friendly matinee in the afternoon followed by the full-blooded director’s cut in the evening.
Liverpool band The Mysterines bring a set-list packed with catchy indie anthems to the Manchester Academy stage this October.
Expect a sell-out as Mercury Prize-nominated band Sports Team rock up at The Academy
Do Nothing are an exciting band from Nottingham who you can catch at YES this month.
Fontaines D.C head to The Academy, if you can find a ticket, don’t miss seeing the Irish post-punk band in the flesh.
Echo and the Bunnymen’s Will Sergeant chats to Dave Haslam about his career in one of the most influential British bands of the 1990s.