The British Sound Project is returning to Manchester for another year following its huge success to put on a show that is bigger and better than ever before.
On Saturday 30 November The British Sound Project will return to Manchester for another year of showcasing the best of British music and this year, the festival is setting up in a brand new home at the O2 Ritz.
Starting from 4pm until late, the festival features an all-British lineup of some top indie rock bands in a celebration of some of the most exciting names in UK music as well as talented up and coming musicians.
Headlining the 2019 festival is RAT BOY, known for his riotous and energetic live shows, injecting a special kind of energy in the crowds. RAT BOY emerged onto the music scene after winning Best New Artist at the NME Awards back in 2016, when he was also nominated for the BBC Sound Poll. His debut album, Internationally Unknown, was released in January of this year.
Joining him on the stage of The Ritz will be the celebrated live acts The Snuts, Indoor Pets, FEET and brand-new exciting music project, TTRRUUCES.
The British Sound Project will take over two rooms in the O2 Ritz, and room 2 will be hosting some of the best rising talent in British music. Taking to the stage is indie pop group Llovers who are topping the bill, along with East London newcomers On Video, and Manchester based grassroots band Chappaqua Wrestling.
The indoor festival is fast becoming a staple event in the Manchester music scene and this year is certainly not one to be missed with more exciting indie acts to be announced.
Tickets for The British Sound Project are £20 and are available to buy from the festival’s website.