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You Are Not Alone Festival (YANA) is a multi-venue event in aid of Manchester Mind (non based charity for Mental Health).
Venues and lineup dropping real soon, it's a belter!
Tickets will be £10 for a wristband, which will be exchanged on the day of the event (Venue TBC).
Please not there are 3 venues, only one of which is 14+, the rest are 18+.
Ghost-Gaze, Psych, Prog, Shoegaze from Salford, UK. Following the 2017 debut single ‘Invisible Lines’ - which Steve Lamacq labelled “entrancing” on BBC 6Music, and Tom Robinson called a “three-and-a-half-minute epic” on the same station - came the 2018 Carousel Clouds debut long-player Tales of Coincidence, an album recorded with three bassists, and yet without a note of bass played throughout the record... “Carousel Clouds take the best bits of psych, prog and shoegaze and create concise pop songs of intense, vertiginous beauty.” Manchester Evening News
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A psychedelic rock trio from Manchester.
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Gathering Of Strangers
Combining electric guitar riffs with an anthemic vocal, Manchester five piece, Gathering Of Strangers, create a fast paced yet emotive sound that gives them a style that will grab and take hold of you from the offset.
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Wordsmith Sensation Argh Kid (aka David Scott) has toured the country, played to sold out crowds and dazzled millions with his lyrical prowess. This Manchester-raised poet is winning hearts and minds with his verbal energy, gaining celebrity fans such as Liam Gallagher, Christopher Eccleston and Chris Evans. Argh Kid is often found across UK media and is a regular on ITV, BBC BT Sport and beyond. His work has been reproduced in different languages and publications around the world from Denmark’s Politiken to The New York Times.
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Formed in May 2018, London’s Desert Rockers The Howlers have gone on to receive critical acclaim for their ferocious live performances and determination to uproot the current foundations of popular music, The Howlers are quickly emerging as one of the must see bands
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Female-fronted covers band plenty a variety of material including an 80's hits set.
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Jess Kemp is a young, upcoming acoustic singer / songwriter from Manchester.
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The Pagans S.O.H
The Pagan Shepherds of Humanity, aka 'The Pagans', are a four piece band hailing from West Bromwich, England. Forming in July 2016, they set on a Pagan voyage, fusing elements of hip hop / punk / funk / jazz / metal / reggae to create a Pagan sound that would be truly their own.
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Noises drenched with garage punk are familiar sounds, but there is something fresh and exciting about the way Brighton trio Strange Cages go about throwing their musical blood over your eardrums.
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Highly rated Manchester 3-piece Garage Rock band Supported by BBC 6 Music's Steve Lamacq and Chris Hawkins, Radio X and KEXP, playlisted by Amazing Radio and tipped by blogs like Little Indie Blogs, Lopuder Than War and Fred Perry Subculture. Hey Bulldog have appeared at Kendal Calling, Cotton Clouds and Solfest Festivals 'The thing I love about Hey Bulldog is they have so many influences from across the rock spectrum and they seem to fuse them absolutely wonderfully into spine chilling results' Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio "You can have your money back if you hear a better guitar song than that all day' Chris Hawkins BBC Radio 6 Music ‘Some of The Best Garage Rock on the planet’ The Revue
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An acoustic folk artist from Cheshire whose unique charm, warm voice and heartfelt songs have been winning over crowds all over the UK.
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The Honeymoon Suite
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'Rugged and raw indie that wouldn’t be out of place on one of those awesome ‘Shine’ compilations that ran throughout the 90’s. Barely over one year old and picking up listeners by the bucket-load, The Jackobins stand a strong chance of really asserting themselves on a much larger scale.' The five piece LIverpool band take their influences from bands including The Doors, Jack White and Pink Floyd.
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Manchester City Centre
- M1 1PN