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The festival will take place across Manchester music institutions, pubs and clubs – Deaf Institute, Zombie Shack, Thirsty Scholar, Bread Shed and Canvas – in partnership with Marshall, BBC Introducing, 42nd Street and Signature Brew.
As Manchester’s music scene goes from strength to strength, Scruff of the Neck are marking their stamp by moulding and representing some of the UK’s finest indie artists. The launch of Year’s End Festival is their effort to bring together music lovers and industry heads for the love of music, and to soak up the sounds of cult classics and future favourite bands and artists.
The genre-spanning line-up encompasses the best talent across indie, rock, nu-punk; including headliners indie legends, The View, one of indie’s brightest prospects, BLOXX, Manchester’s very own – The Covasettes, modern rock band Glass Caves. Alongside October Drift, Bayboards, Beam Noir, Isla Rico, Luna Blue, Mollie Coddled, Pacifica, Ten Hands High, Viia, All The Young, LALA Hayden, Luna Bay, Shambolics, The Boy From The South, Uno Mas, Michael Blackwell, ARXX, All The Young, Aerial Salad, Ben Walker, BEX, Joshua Epithet, LALA Hayden, Luna Bay, Manilla Times, Michael Blackwell, Pixey, San Quentin, Shelter Boy, The Boy
From The South and Uno Mas.
Tickets start at £15 for early birds, and general release is £20. Each ticket grants access to every venue, all day-night, plus a free afterparty wristband. The festival kicks off at 12pm and will run until 11pm, the afterparty run from 11pm – late with Scruff of the Neck DJs on deck.