Say Psych: News: Manchester Psych Fest Announces Huge Second Wave

Manchester Psych Fest has announced the second wave of acts for its 10th and biggest edition of the one-day event to date, taking place on 2nd September 2023, including headline sets from art pop innovator Ezra Furman and psych heroes The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Joining them at this year’s edition, MPF welcomes Irish post-punks The Murder Capital, LA rockers Allah-Lahs, NYC art rock outfit Bodega, noisy Irish five-piece Just Mustard, cinematic singer/songwriter Hamish Hawk, eccentric genre-bending out of Kinshasa in the shape of KOKOKO!, Colombian multi-instrumentalist Ela Minus and euphoric rock from Pillow Queens. Further additions include She Say She, Bdrmm, Flamingods, Prima Queen, Dumbo Gets Mad, Low Hummer, TEKE :: TEKE, Memorials and many more.

With over 30 new additions in this announcement and even more to come, Manchester Psych Fest’s 10th birthday party is shaping up to be the best edition yet, as it takes over Manchester’s Albert Hall, O2 Ritz, Canvas, Gorilla, Deaf Institute and YES for an action-packed day of extraordinary live music, DJs, workshops, arts, food and drink on 2nd September 2023.

Limited £50 4th tier early bird tickets available here.

Current Line-Up (new additions in bold): 

The Brian Jonestown Massacre / Ezra Furman  

The Murder Capital / Los Bitchos / Allah Las / Sorry / The Lovely Eggs / Bodega / Just Mustard / Hamish Hawk / KOKOKO! / Ela Minus / Pillow Queens   

Ulrika Spacek / Say She She / Bdrmm / Flamingods / Panic Shack / The Underground Youth / Crocodiles / Prima Queen / Dumbo Gets Mad / White Flowers / L’éclair  

Heartworms / Low Hummer / MADMADMAD / TEKE :: TEKE / Memorials / Takeshi’s Cashew / Deadletter / Jemima Coulter / Laundromat / Maruja / Sun Fruits / The Kundalini Genie / University / Export Import / Butch Kassidy / The Faux Faux / Nightbus / Cruush / No Windows / Atmos Bloom

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