Sounds From The Other City

May 1, 2019

SFTOC Fringe Event | VAM Street Party

As well as our Quindecennial at Regent’s Trading Estate, we’re sure that SFTOC goers will be heading round to some of their favourite Salford haunts for a couple of drinks. As previously mentioned, wristband holders can come and go as they please – and we’re certain that many will be making the small walk over to The Eagle Inn, where VAM are holding a Sounds Fringe Street Party.

Free entry for SFTOC ticket holders and the general public alike, the line-up features some Sounds legends and is certain to be a fine addition to the Quindecennial vibes.

Line up:
Hesska b2b Clemency – DJ
Madame Zhou
Sonice
Daniel Ruane (DJ)
LOW POWER STATE (DJ)
Jüngle Julia
Sid Quirk
Izzy Bolt
CHEX
Howl Creative

Address: Eagle Inn, 19 Collier St, Greengate, Salford M3 7DW

Facebook event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2115081068541136/

More about VAM

VAM is a collective group set up as a platform for visual artists, musicians, and audience to share and experience creative ideas. The collective encourages artist to perform and collaborate at events without promoter restriction such as a set genre. VAM events are opening up a space for live visuals and electronic music in Manchester. Whether you’re interested in performing or supporting, come join the vamily!
https://www.facebook.com/vammcr/

More about The Eagle Inn

Located in Salford just a stone’s throw from Deansgate and Victoria train station, The Eagle Inn is a friendly, relaxed and traditional local pub with a long history dating all the way back to 1848.
But there’s much more to The Eagle Inn than just the traditional bar. In 2014 a terraced house that stood empty next door to the pub was converted into a bespoke, fully functioning 80 capacity venue complete with raised stage and balcony, all the while retaining some of the house’s original features (look out for the fireplace – you’ll know it when you see it).
As well as working with established and longstanding promoters from Greater Manchester and beyond, The Eagle Inn prides itself on being a welcoming, supportive space and a creative hub for the area’s grassroots artistic communities; with many now successful bands, artists, performers and promoters cutting their teeth within its walls.
Thanks to this rare combination of space, attitude and approach, The Eagle Inn is able to accommodate a full calendar of live music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, film screenings, exhibitions and much more on almost every night of the week.
https://eagleinn.info/