Say Psych: Preview: Manchester Psych Fest

The UK’s leading psychedelic music and arts festival Manchester Psych Fest has announced a huge line up for its ninth and biggest edition of the one-day event to date, taking place on 3rd September 2022 and BSM will be there on the day to take it all in.

Joining the likes of TinariwenWarmduscher and Jane Weaver, Manchester Psych Fest 2022 will welcome acclaimed lo-fi star Kurt Vile & The Violators, Liverpool heroes The Coral, fast-rising rock experimenters black midi, punk-rockers Dream Wife, London’s jazz/afrobeat sensation Melt Yourself Down, psych-pop outfit She Drew The Gun, along with the likes of Tess ParksThe KVBScalping, Simone Butler (Primal Scream) DJ set and loads more. 

2022’s festival is set to be the best yet, as it takes over Manchester’s Albert Hall, O2 Ritz, RNCM, Gorilla, Deaf Institute and YES for a full day of incredible live music, DJs, arts, food and drink. They have teamed up with sponsors and partners Arts Council England, Oxford Road Corridor, BIMM, Secret Meeting Blog and Marshall Amps working towards developing culture and education in Manchester City Centre.

Festival organisers have worked hard to expand the festival area, working closely with venues to create a safe, enjoyable festival experience, with plenty of opportunities for people to see their favourite acts across Manchester’s premium venues.

Tickets available here

Full Line-Up:  

Kurt Vile & The Violators, The Coral, Gruff Rhys, Black Midi, Tinariwen, Warmduscher, Jane Weaver, Battles, Hinds, Goat Girl, Dream Wife, Gwenno, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, She Drew The Gun, Melt Yourself Down, Tess Parks, The KVB, Willy Mason, FEET, The Lucid Dream, Scalping, Rose City Band, The Bug Club, Bleach Lab, Sugar Candy Mountain, Deja Vega, Circuit Des Yeux, Penelope Isles, Bess Atwell, Keg, Hamish Hawk, Cola, Dumbo Gets Mad, Simone Marie Butler (Primal Scream) DJ set, Jenny O., Skullcrusher, Loose Articles, Honeyglaze, Lime Garden, The Golden Dregs, Highschool, Mini Trees, Grace Cummings, TTRRUUCES, Fake Turins, Automotion, O. , Japanese Television, Freak Slug, Mewn, Mystic Peach, October and the Eyes, Dream Nails, Yumi and the Weather, Heavy Salad, SPLINT   

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