This week’s gigs to check out in Manchester: 10th – 17th March 2017

Gig wise - we have you covered...

By Matthew Tyas | 10 March 2017

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Gig wise – we have you covered…

The Pigeon Detectives | Sat 11 March | Gorilla

The Pigeon Detectives return with ‘Broken Glances’ their fifth album and they kick off a tour this month. The indie rock band from Leeds, formed in 2004 and rose to fame with their debut album in 2007, its been three years since they have been around and Gorilla is a sell-out, it should be a big one.

Gentleman’s Dub Club | Fri 17 March | Gorilla

Gentleman’s Dub Club are one of the UK’s most popular dub reggae band, originating from Leeds, Yorkshire. The nine-piece fuse reggae, ska and dub in their own unique way. Gorilla is a perfect venue for this band to let loose. Last few tickets available.

Ten Fe | Fri 17 March | Soup Kitchen

The London indi pop duo Ten Fe were in Manchester last year playing Neighborhood Festival at Gorilla they are back playing their own gig at the Soup Kitchen. Dual singer songwriters Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan, have strong harmonizing voices and sounds similar to the wonderful ‘War on drugs’ and ‘Springsteen’. The have just released their album ‘hit the light’

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes | 17 March | Academy

Frank Carter the former Gallows and Pure Love frontman, formed The Rattlesnakes in 2015. They are currently touring their second album ‘Modern Ruin’ if you are in the mood for some pop punk darkness head down to the Academy on Friday.

Olly Murs | Fri 17 & Sat 18 March | Arena

Former X factor star Olly Murs entertains his Manchester fans for Two big sell out shows. He is one of British music’s biggest stars’ a singer, songwriter, television presenter and actor. Mr Murs has kicked off his 2017 tour in Newcastle, Leeds and Sheffield bringing his high energy singalong show to Manchester Arena next Friday and Saturday.