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British Sound Project 2018 FESTIVAL IS...14+ / Alternative / Indie / Indoor / Rock
ACCOMMODATIONNo on-site accommodation
The British Sound Project hits Manchester for its biggest festival ever in September 2018, with a host of indie artists in tow.
Hitting Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse on September 22nd, the British Sound Project Festival is back, bigger and better than before, with a roster consisting of established and emerging artists alike.
17 bands from across the indie music scene will be causing a wonderful racket, as the one-day city festival makes its return.
This year sees the British Sound Project hitting the big 3-years-old, and they’ll be celebrating their milestone by inviting some of indie music’s most highly regarded acts to play alongside a posse of emerging bands and solo artists.
The venue, Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse, has played host to some monumental performances, so it makes perfect sense that British Sound Project should return to the space that has housed previous successful outings.
In terms of headliners, you’ve got a great selection of bands to look forward to, as Reverend and the Makers and Franz Ferdinand have a spot each at the top of the roster. They’ll be joined by Wakefield’s finest, The Cribs, and London’s Eliza and the Bear, with the likes of much-hyped trio, Berries, repping some of the more emerging acts who will be playing at the one-dayer.
The British Sound Project also proudly supports local artists, from in and around the Greater Manchester region. Prose are one such band you can catch at 2018’s festival; an acoustic hip-hop three-piece from Stretford. Tickets for the festival are in pretty low supply given the proximity to the event, but you can still grab third release…for now.