This week’s gigs to check out in Manchester: 17th - 24th February 2017

Pet Shop Boys, Amber Run, Sango, Elrow Bollywood, Rainbrother

By Manchester's Finest | 16 February 2017

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Pet Shop Boys
This Sunday the English electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys bring their ‘The Super Tour’ to Manchester Arena. Chris and Neil will be performing songs from their acclaimed new album ‘Super’ as well as classic PSB hits. The tour is staged by Rio opening ceremony designer Es Devlin and choreographer Lynne Page. A show not to be missed!

Few tickets available

Amber Run
British quintet Amber Run are playing a gig at Manchester’s Academy Thursday 23. The indie pop band from Nottingham have a sound of Circa Waves / Sundara Karma / Seafret / Nothing but Thieves, if your fans of theirs, check them out. They also feature on the line up for this year’s Dot To Dot festival.

Tickets still available £13.25

Kai Asa Savon Wright, known by his stage name Sango, is an American DJ and producer. His music is upbeat tunes, influenced by American hip hop, black gospel, 70’s 80’s soul, funk carioca.

The gig is 22nd February at gorilla tickets, £13.75

Elrow Bollywood
Elrow is back, taking over the Albert Hall for the weekend, with Two big nights Saturday and Sunday. The Confetti kings are bringing their Bollywood themed chaos from 1pm till 11pm each day. Robert James, Bastian Bux, George, Privatti, Elliot Adamson.


After the success of psychedelic folk outfit, The Migrant, frontman Bjarke Bendtsen is now set to share the release of his latest project Rainbrother’s, debut album ’Tales from the Drought’

Their sound has inspirations from Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver and they recently received good reviews from Rolling Stone and 6Music Lauren Laverne, so they are worth a watch. The band are on a short UK tour before heading to the US. They play the Castle Hotel on Thursday 23rd.

Tickets are £6