If supporting grassroots music while listening to uplifting melodies is what you’re after, look no further than next year’s Manchester Punk Festival.
Fresh from their European tour with American Artist Lissie, gurus of Manchester’s alternative folk scene, The Travelling Band, are back in town and gearing up for a busy festival season ahead.
A seamstress, designer and shop owner is giving a ‘feeling of empowerment’ back to Mancunians by working with charities and taking her trade to various festivals this summer.
‘Off kilter’ pop sensation Tove Styrke on her ‘weak spot’ for Britney and ‘mean’ Swedish Idol ahead of Manchester gig
Originally Swedish pop star Tove Styrke was performing a headline gig at Manchester’s Sound Control but it was postponed after Years & Years reached out to her to support them on their massive UK tour.
Twin Atlantic will be stopping off in Manchester to play at the Albert Hall, as a part of their biggest headline tour ever in the UK, on May 5.
Organisers are renaming the festival Beacons Metro and swapping the rustic Yorkshire Dales for gritty Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool.
Get rich or die frying: Manchester music-mad chefs put the ‘hip’ in chips for nation’s ravenous revellers
Two Manchester chefs are bringing fish ‘n’ chips with a large side-order of classic hip hop to the country’s festivalgoers with their mobile ‘Hip Hop Chip Shop’.
A Manchester dessert lover is offering sugar, spice and all things nice with her latest recipe – by peddling kebabs made from CHOCOLATE.
Good Kid, B.A.A.D City: Kendrick Lamar pulls out of Manchester’s Parklife festival due to ‘scheduling conflict’
Today, Parklife announced Kendrick Lamar would no longer be in attendance, though New York rapper A$AP Rocky has been confirmed as his replacement
Tom Da Lips has played the saxophone since he was a child and reached grade 8 by the time he was 14