This week’s gigs to check out in Manchester: 24th February - 3rd March 2017

Larkins, Kaiser Chiefs, De La Soul, Bonobo, SUM 41

By Manchester's Finest | Last updated 27 February 2017

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Yet another fresh exciting new talented band coming out of Manchester. This young four-piece indie rock band from Glossop, Manchester are the Larkins, they are head-lining their biggest show yet at the City’s Gorilla for a sell-out night on 25 February. We recently watched them play Sofar Sounds at LEAF café and can’t wait to see them at their own gig, don’t miss them!

Kaiser Chiefs
Its their first arena tour in 2 years. The band are touring across the UK with dates in Leeds, London, Brighton. They play Manchester’s Arena on Friday 3rd March and are supported by Spring King and HOWL. As well as performing all their hits the band have been previewing songs from their sixth album ‘Stay Together’ including their latest single ‘Parachute’ and the brand new single ‘Hole in My Soul’. Few tickets still available

De La Soul
Trio Pos, Maseo and Dave from rap’s golden age, return to the studio and are back on the road after a decade with ninth album ‘and the Anonymous Nobody’ and UK dates and numerous summer festivals lined up. De La play sold out show at Manchester’s Albert Hall on Thursday 2nd March.

The wonderfully talented Simon Green, also known by his stage name Bonobo, British musician, producer and DJ from Brighton. We have seen him many times at Manchester’s Warehouse Project and are very excited to see his live set showcasing his recently realised fifth studio album ‘Migration’. The tour has just kicked off and will be travelling across Europe and America and featuring at many of this summer festivals. The sell-out gig is at Manchester’s Apollo on Thursday 2 March and he is also playing an exclusive after show DJ set at Gorilla. Keep your eyes peeled for tickets its going to be a good one!

SUM 41
Canadian rock band SUM 41 have been touring since last year and hit Manchester’s Academy this Saturday. SUM 41 will be supported by Hollerado, fellow Canadians, Hollerado indie rock band from Ottawa.