Full Listings

New Found Glory

playing 'Sticks and Stones' & 'Catalyst' albums

Friday 29th September

Academy

SJM Concerts Present
NEW FOUND GLORY 
+ SPECIAL GUESTS
Playing ‘Sticks and Stones/Catalyst’ 

Manchester Academy
Friday 29th September 2017
Doors 7pm | Curfew 11pm

Tickets £22.50 advance STBF 
All ages welcome, U14s to be accompanied by an adult at all times

 

Pop punk heavyweights, NEW FOUND GLORY have confirmed a UK tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary with tickets going on sale this Friday 3rd February at 9am UK time.  The band have also just confirmed the release date for their new album “Makes Me Sick” on 28th April, which will be preceded by the lead single “Happy Being Miserable” on 16th February. 

Pinked Floyd

Saturday 30th September

Academy 3

This seven-piece tribute band have been amazing audiences all over the
Northwest with their engaging and energetic performance celebrating the
magical music of Pink Floyd. They have been especially praised for the
accuracy of their performance based on the studio versions of music
spanning the entire output of the Floyd from early days through to the
most recently released Endless River, with firm favourites Dark Side Of
The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall particularly featured.
Lead by front-man Russell supported by Andrea’s astonishing vocals (her
Great Gig has been described as “the best I have heard since the release
of DSOTM”), attention to detail is the bye-word for Luke (keyboards and
effects), drummer Lee, Jack on bass, and Harry (guitar and sax), while you
might think it was David Gilmour himself on stage when you hear Alan’s
lead guitar riffs.

Some reactions to recent performances: 

 

“What a show!! I will
be coming to see these again. All round great performance. Have a cigar,
fellas & girl” 

(Jay Frazer)

 

“There was something very Floydish about
spending a summer's evening listening to Pink(ed) Floyd music. Never going
to see the real thing at Pompeii but this was a pretty good substitute!”
(David Evans) 

 

“My heroes will never be forgotten as long as you are on the
stage and that's from a 68 year-old roadie of the original PF! You are
another brick in the wall!" 

(David Larkin, former PF roadie)


Standard | Mobile

We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website - change your settings

To keep up to date on all the latest events & news, sign up for our newsletter.