Maximo Park, Kyle Falconer and Bez set for Glabstonbury in Manchester

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Chris Glaba's one dayer comes to Sound Control on Sunday 20th November, featuring a plethora of figures from the UK indie scene. All proceeds go to Macmillan and Chris' bucket list.

15th Nov 2016

Image: Maximo Park

Sound Control in Manchester will host the inaugural Glabstonbury on Sunday 20th November. A stellar line up will help to celebrate all things Chris Glaba, our friend and colleague, as he fights cancer and looks to add some more ticks to his bucket list. 

The billing for this momentous occasion boasts a smorgasbord of DJs and live acts from around the UK, who have kindly made space in their diaries to make this one to remember.

Topping the bill are Maximo Park who will perform a set packed full of down right indie bangers such as 'Our Velocity' (below) while the The View's Kyle Falconer will strip things down with an acoustic set.

The Bluetones' Mark Moriss will also feature, as will Chris Helme of The Seahorses - both bringing solo performances to proceedings.

The Sunshine Underground will take a stint behind the decks off the back of a momentous 2016 where they released their final album Luminescent and toured the UK.

Bez will be on hand to host a raffle boasting some immense prizes, while North West talents Satyr PlayQueen Bee and the Drones and HAARM will all feature across the day.

All funds will go to Macmillan and Chris' bucket list - grab your Glabstonbury tickets from the box below.

Read more about Chris and how Skiddle are raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support

 

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