This is a final warning for those looking to attend the following shows. Tickets are running low, and those who don’t act fast are likely to miss out.
Mac DeMarco | Albert Hall, Beacons Metro | Saturday 12 September
In the first of two Now Wave shows as part of Beacons Metro series (which sees the much-loved festival put on unique shows across the North West), we are proud to be able to welcome long-time favourite Mac DeMarco back to Manchester for a special show at Albert Hall.
Tickets are £20 are available via See Tickets.
PINS | Deaf Institute | Friday 18 September
Following their impressive debut Girls Like Us, PINS returned earlier this year with their sophomore effort Wild Nights. More rounded and mature, the LP earned critical acclaim – and this show will act as their homecoming, following a summer spent in the States.
Tickets are £8 and are available through See Tickets
Kurt Vile + Waxahatchee | Ritz | Wednesday 18 November
An incredibly special double bill containing two of our favourite artists of the last few years. As well as welcoming back Kurt Vile back to Manchester for the first time this year to celebrate the release of his new album, b’lieve i’m going down. He will be joined by Waxahatchee, who was called “one of America’s premier songwriters” in the 405’s review of her latest album Ivy Tripp.
Tickets are £15 and are available from See Tickets
Everything Everything | O2 Apollo | Saturday 21 November
Two years after the release of their last record, Arc, Everything Everything have returned – with their third LP, Get to Heaven, due out in June. After a recent sell-out warm up show at Manchester Academy 2, their largest show in recent times – headlining Manchester Apollo – only has a handful of tickets left.
Tickets are £17.50 and are available through See Tickets.
Ghostpoet | Band On The Wall | Thursday 26 November
Having long been an influential player in the music industry before he made his name with 2011’s Mercury nominated Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam, Ghostpoet followed up his breakthrough LP with two similarly vaunted efforts – Some Say I So I Say Light (2013) and this year’s Shedding Skin.
Tickets are £13 and are available through See Tickets
The Cinematic Orchestra | Albert Hall | Friday 27 November
Following an intensive period of recording and after the massive success of their recent sell out show at the Roundhouse, The Cinematic Orchestra return with a full 22 date European tour. Taking in 12 countries they will be presenting their stunning new live show including brand new material as well as TCO classics. Led by the inimitable J Swinscoe, the band will feature long time collaborator and saxophonist Tom Chant, vocalists Heidi Vogel & Larry Brown plus maverick drummer Luke Flowers will be joined by new musicians from the US and Europe.
Tickets are £25 and are available through Skiddle