Sounds From The Other City

May 4, 2018

2 Days To Go | Food & Drink at Sounds from the Other City 2018

Sounds from the Other City means a lot of different things to different people. Some cherish the arts, others love finding new music, while some simply enjoy taking a trip out to Salford’s Chapel Street for a day in that fabled Other City. However, there’s one thing that brings us all together in advance of the day: we just want to know what we’re going to be eating and drinking on the day mate. Fret no more – here’s the smorgasbord of sumptuous offerings to sample at this year’s sunny Sounds.

Regent Trading Estate, Hotbed Press, Islington Mill, St Philips & fivefourstudios

Magic Rock Bars: Choice of award-winning craft beers from Magic Rock Brewery including High Wire, Dancing Bear and Salty Kiss. One of the best breweries in the world, doing their thing on the best day of the year. We’re proud to have them aboard once again this year. They’ve even spliced one of the main SoundsTown heads, turning Tubby Tyre into… Magic Tyre? Tubby Rock? We don’t know, but we love it. 


Honest Crust Pizza

Honest Crust Pizza: As featured in the international guide on ‘Where to Eat Pizza’ these guys produce the finest wood-fired sourdough pizza in the land. Get ready for your expectations on what a pizza can be to get completely exploded. One of the best in the biz.

The Engine House Bar: Now a Sounds staple, the best place to either start your day with a bang, or to put the icing on the cake later on. Beer? Whisky? Pickles? Go to the Engine House entrance”


The MARC ART Bar: Based in the SoundsTown academy of Painting & Decorating each beer gets you a special riso print and all proceeds go to saving everyone’s local printers (Manchester Area Resource Centre).

Dim Sum Su Go Large: Join the Dim Sum Su revolution across 2 stalls at this years SFTOC, steamed buns, spring rolls, savoury dumplings, the infamous salt and pepper chips plus a whole lot more. A Stall for the Veggie/Vegans and one for the meat-eaters.  

Barnhouse Bistro: A Burger like no other, Barnhouse are back for a third year


Diamond Dogs: Hand crafted HotDogs made from scratch, smoked over English fruit woods including the official food of SoundsTown the ‘Chilli Dog Onion Ring of Fire’


Uber Tuber: Home style cooking on the move, specialist in Veggie and Vegan Fayre.


Cakes and coffee from Chapel St’s newest addition


The New Oxford Beer Tent: Serving up the usual Belgian and craft beers

Deli Lama: Vegan hot dogs (Tofu Weiners) outside under the gazebo and possibly some Caribbean meaty offer in store for the meat heads(!)  

+++ Fresh food served all day at The Kings Arms, The Salford Arms, The Egerton Arms & La Cassis ++++

Sounds tickets have sold faster than ever before – get yours from here: and also in person from Siop Shop, Common, Font Chorlton & Piccadilly Records. They’re gonna be all gone within the next couple of days – don’t miss out.

With over 130 acts on the bill, audiences are sure to find a new favourite at this established proving ground for new artists. Take a look at our line up page for who is playing, or subscribe to our Spotify playlist to have a listen to many of the artists playing this year’s festival.