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MANCHESTER PUNK FESTIVAL 2017: Final Line Up

MANCHESTER PUNK FESTIVAL – FINAL BAND ANNOUNCEMENT

manchester-punk-festival-2017-finalManchester Punk Festival

20-22 April 2017

Gorilla, Sound Control, Zombie Shack, Underdog, Zoo, Retro Bar

Super Early Bird £20 (Sold Out), Early Bird £25 (Sold Out), Tickets £30, Door £35

MPF2017 is three days of punk brought to you by 3 Manchester DIY promoters; TNSrecords, Moving North and Anarchistic Undertones.

 

Bands announced so far:
Paint It Black, Strike Anywhere, The Toasters, Belvedere, Martha, The Filamemts, Inner Terrestrials, Brutal Youth, AOS3, Clowns, Black Star Dub Collective, Chief, After The Fall, The Murderburgers, ONSIND, Ducking Punches, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, The Afternoon Gentlemen, Faintest Idea, Honey Joy, Petrol Girls, BrainDead, Foetal Juice, Money Left To Burn, The Domestics, Venturas, Rash Decision, Myelin, Grand Collapse, Doe, Thee Infidels, The Human Project, Crocodile God, Denim & Leather, Throwing Stuff, Great Cynics, Matilda’s Scoundrels, Lineout, Maid of Ace, Mighty Midgets, Larrakia, Riggots, Edward In Venice, Shot!, Vitriolic Response, Shit Present, Strange Bones, The Living Daylights, Pizzatramp, Nervus, Fair Do’s, Muncie Girls, El Escapado, Nosebleed, Grotbags, Muskets, The Deadites, Bolshy, Wadeye, Despite Everything, Efa Supertramp, Tosserlad, Stoj Snak, Billy Liar, Tim Loud, Tragical History Tour, One Hidden Frame, Jakal, Kollapse, Bobby Funk, Bear Trade, Iron Drugs, Crywank, Queen Zee & The Sasstones, Epic Problem, Helen Chambers, Brightr, Dirty Twisters & A Great Notion.

Tickets – http://manchesterpunkfestival.co.uk/site/tickets/

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/manchesterpunkfestival

 

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As MPF2017 is drawing closer! With over half the tickets already sold, we decided now is the right time for our final band announcement. We couldn’t be happier with how the line up looks already. We think these 19 bands add so much to the festival and makes it even better.

First up we have well respected Sarrf Landan favourites Inner Terrestrials. They are a band we have always been big fans of so it’s a pleasure to welcome them on to this year’s line up. After The Fall will be heading over form Albany, NY to continue their current drive to get around the globe as much as possible. They last played in Manchester in late 2015 to a great reception.

Representing the ever growing crop of quality local grind bands, we have two of the best. Foetal Juice from Bury and The Afternoon Gentlemen from Leeds will be coming to tear you a new one. We are very pleased that Sh*t Present are able to be involved this year after trying to make it work last year. A Moving North favourite, when they make the journey up here.

Tony Vermin constantly tells us that Liverpool is the best place in the world. He must drink a lot. However we decided to take it on board and add three of our favourite scouse crews; Bolshy, Queen Zee & The Sasstones and Crocodile God. They will be hopping over to Manchester to party for the weekend. With MPF see Crocodile God reforming after a long hiatus.

Muncie Girls and Bear Trade are both back to get involved after storming it for us in 2015. They will be joined by debut MPF performances from Jakal, bringing their heavyweight ska up from London, and brutally heavy Danish hardcore band Kollapse, who share members with Mighty Midgets.

Another band we are excited to have on this year is Strange Bones. They bring punk rock and roll from Blackpool. They’ve been making waves across a number of music scenes over the last couple of years and are ready to show us what they are all about. The played the anniversary of Anarchistic Undertones last year and definitely left a lasting impression.

Finishing off the acoustic stage line up will be Efa Supertramp and Helen Chambers, both great UK artists. As always, we like to include as many of our favourite local bands. We feel there is such a strong roster of bands in the UK, particularly close to home. So we asked Denim & Leather and Epic Problem to join us for the first time. With returns from Wadeye and Riggots who are well known locally and always put on a great show.

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