Pile Up Festival have today learned that their much needed external funding will not be made available until late March, leaving the project timeline too short to operate on the proposed dates of April 12/13/14.
Rescheduled from October, it’s no surprise that the Albert Hall in Manchester is packed out as local(ish) hero Richard Ashcroft returns home to treat his fans to one hell of a Christmas present two days before the big day.
Sometimes you go to a gig where where everything is just flawless. Tonight was one of those special nights as Scottish rockers Travis, from start to finish, performed all the classics.
With 2019 very much on the horizon, these acts include ones that are already BRIT award winning, Grammy nominated and topping ‘Ones To Watch’ lists, to those beginning to make waves.
Party plans across the country are getting ready to soundtrack the coming weeks nicely with those mischievous rascals from Kendal Calling set to throw a New Year’s Eve extravaganza in Manchester
Off the back of a recent run of sold-out shows, The Good, The Bad & The Queen have confirmed an extended tour with new dates announced today for April 2019.
Ahead of their biggest headline tour to date, culminating in a hometown headline show at the Albert Hall, Manchester-based band LARKINS have rebooted their single ‘Something Beautiful’, giving it an edge that sets it apart from other indie acts and puts Larkins in a category of their own.