This week’s gigs to check out in Manchester: 3rd - 10th February 2017

Green Day, Kate Nash, Bloc Party, Loyle Carner, Vaults

By Manchester's Finest | 2 February 2017

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Green Day
It’s a 2017 gig highlight. Monday night Manchester’s Arena will be rammed to the rafters for a completely sold out show. Green Day are on their ‘Revolution Radio Tour’ promoting their twelfth album. If you don’t find a ticket for this, they are also playing a big show at London’s Hyde Park as part of ‘British Summer Time’

Kate Nash
Kate Nash the English singer, songwriter, musician and actress is back with her as-yet unreleased fourth album, she kicks off her UK tour in Glasgow followed by a sold out gig at Gorilla 7th February.

Bloc Party
The reformed Bloc Party released their fifth album ‘HYMNS’ last year. The London band play two huge shows at London’s Round House, and they have added a night on at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 8th February. It’s a Sell-out gig.

Loyle Carner
Rising MC British grime / hip hop musician and actor from Croydon south London. He is only 20 years old but he has been writing, rapping and free styling since he was 10. Tickets for his Manchester Academy 2 gig on Thursday 9th are available here.

Vaults are a British electronica band from London, they are the band behind 2016 John Lewis Christmas advert, preforming a cover of Randy Crawford’s ‘One Day Ill Fly Away’. The trio have recently released their debut album ‘Caught in Still Life’ they play a sold out gig at the Deaf Institute on Monday.