Celebrating 10 years of dapper musical dabbles in the heart of Salford, Sounds From The Other City boasts a decade under its belt and as boisterous a line-up as ever. Settling down in some of Salford's most prominent venues this May Day Bank Holiday, including the likes of the Islington Mill, Sacred Trinity Churches, First Chop Brewing Arm and The Crescent, Sounds From The Other City present another truly sassy Sunday of unique entertainment and musical must-hears.

Using lots of little quirky off the beaten track venues, Sounds from the Other City is one of the most exciting events in the region” – Clash Magazine

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One of the most diverse music festivals in Manchester, Sounds From The Other City celebrate 10 years on the scene.

Spanning across so many venues, it's no sure fire surprise that Sounds From The Other City is set to boast some of the most diverse entertainment and activities this May Day Bank Holiday. From a record fair at The Deli Lama and a Video Jam at the Bexley Square to Chew Disco at The Crescent and Now Wave at The Peel Hall, Sounds From The Other City make no bones about their eclectic agenda. From 3pm until late on May 4th at £18 a ticket, Sounds From The Other City is just the May Bank Holiday saunter that Salford patrons and Manchester musical schmoozers have been looking for.

The Sounds From The Other City line-up includes: 

  • Now Wave @ Peel Hall
  • Comfortable on a Tightrope & Chew Disco @ The Crescent
  • Tru Luv @ The Angel Centre
  • Deep Hedonia & Faktion @ St Phillip’s Church
  • Dub Smugglers, Mind on Fire & El Diablos Social Club @ Islington Mill Club Space
  • The SFTOC 10th Anniversary Social presented by Bad Uncle @ Islington Mill Gallery
  • Record Fair @ The Deli Lama