Blue Dot Festival. Image credit: Jody Hartley
This week get your diaries at the ready to line up some festival fun, as we round up this summer’s festival highlights:
Sounds From The Other City is just one of a host of festivals championing artists under the mainstream radar. Grab your tickets now for a chance to experience the best of the region’s new music and art, including hot three-piece HMLTD and exotic psychedelia from Flamingods. Various venues, Chapel Street, Salford. Sunday 30 April 2017, 3pm – 4am. Tickets £23.
Dot to Dot Festival is back for 2017, the city wide festival is a chance to see some top names performing along side some local talent for a bargain ticket price. The first wave of announced acts promises euphoric guitar rock supremoes SUNDARA KARMA as festival headliners. The festival takes places in venues big and small across the city including Soup Kitchen, The Albert Hall, Ruby Lounge and Old Granada Studios. Don’t miss the Manchester leg of this three day festival taking place on Friday 26 May, 2pm- 4am. Tickets £13.20.
A little further out from the city, Blue Dot Festival is an award winning three-day festival which explores music, science and technology. See Pixies, Warpaint, Orbital and more set against a backdrop of the iconic Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank. We love the boutique camping options and the friendly atmosphere that make this festival a pull for various ages. Taking place 7 – 9 July, Jodrell Bank Observatory, Cheshire. Weekend tickets £159.
Manchester International Festival presents work from across the spectrum of performing arts, visual arts and popular culture. MIF’s full programme will be launched in March, but find out what has been announced so far by clicking here. At Go See This, we are already looking forward to the What Is the City but the People? event. Staged in venues across the city, MIF brings different art forms together to create dynamic innovative and forward thinking new work. See musical performances that push boundaries and challenge the norm from 29 June – 16 July across various venues.
If you do end up booking tickets to any of the above, and we’re certain that you will, we would love to hear your thoughts and receive your reviews. You can tweet us, post on Facebook or send us over an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.