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Upcoming shows: Lindsay Munroe... A.A. Williams... Joan Shelley... Jesse Malin... Penguin Cafe... Francis Lung... The Lovely Eggs... Dana Gavanski... Mr Ben & The Bens... Alice Boman... The Handsome Family... Gwenifer Raymond... Tokyo Police Club... Adrian Crowley... Anna B Savage... The Besnard Lakes... Erland Cooper... Scott Matthews... Francis of Delirium... King Hannah... bdrmm... Tré Burt... Joep Beving... Willy Mason... Moulettes... Skinny Lister... The Dears... Peggy Sue... Admiral Fallow... BC Camplight... We Were Promised Jetpacks... Aoife O’Donovan... Josh Rouse + Vetiver... Smoke Fairies... Douglas Dare... Roddy Woomble... Brendan Benson... Sam Amidon... Robyn Hitchcock... The Beths... Pictish Trail... Andy Shauf... The Lovely Eggs...

When: 3pm until late on Sunday 6 May 2018
Where: St Philip’s Church, Encombe Place, Salford, Lancashire, M3 6FJ

Hey! Manchester is delighted to be curating a stage at this year’s Sounds From The Other City – our tenth year in a row! SFTOC is a one-day music festival that celebrates the diversity of Greater Manchester’s ‘other city’.

The 12-hour event places many of the city’s favourite promoters –  including Now Wave, Comfortable on A Tightrope, Grey Lantern, Fat Out, The Beauty Witch and Bad Uncle – into several of our favourite venues and drinking establishments along Chapel Street.

Hey! Manchester is excited to be returning to a very special venue: St Philip’s Church. The building is one of Greater Manchester’s finest Georgian buildings, dating back to 1825, and its Greek style is unique in Salford.

Our line-up this year features Spectrum (Sonic Boom/Pete Kember), Barbarossa, Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS?, William The Conqueror and Her’s – a diverse collection of artists, ranging from legendary space rock and swoonsome folk-tronica, via classic Americana and high-energy Scandinavian Casio pop, through to laid-back Liverpudlian pop. We love them all – and we’re hoping you might too. Give them a spin below:

To check out who else is playing Sounds From The Other City 2018, visit the soundsfromtheothercity.com.

Tickets, giving access to all stages, are available in person from Siop Shop, Common, Piccadilly Records and Font Chorlton, and online via Skiddle.

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All shows are 18+ unless otherwise stated.

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