Sounds From The Other City confirmed for return to Salford in 2023

The day-long festival will offer regular gig-goers and musos a chance to discover their new favourite act, boasting performances from a score of fresh and exciting, upcoming acts

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 17th Nov 2022

Sounds From The Other City has confirmed its return to Salford's most vibrant thoroughfare, Chapel Street, in the spring of 2023. 

Set to commandeer the bustling avenue once more, the increasingly popular music and arts festival will see some of the freshest acts on the UK scene appearing on stage across a multitude of venues and event spaces - from warehouses and studios to pubs, clubs, bars and everything in between. 

The day-long event, set to run over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend, on Sunday 30th April 2023, will have creatives, musos and frequent gig-goers alike scrambling for tickets to witness the next generation of future stadium-filling talents.

Details concerning the bill for next year's highly anticipated instalment have yet to be announced, but you can be sure it's going to be a lineup with keeping an eye out for. 

Artists who warmed the huge crowds at the 2022 edition of SFTOC (Sounds From The Other City) included the likes of TYSON, daughter of famed trip-hop instigator, Neneh Cherry, Manchester-based rapper LayFullStop, indie powerhouse Pip Blom, and LYR (Land Yacht Regatta), the brainchild of UK Poet Laureate Simon Armitage. 

Watch this space for more updates in the coming weeks. 



Tickets for Sounds From The Other City 2023 will be made available for purchase on Thursday 24th November at 10 am. To be the first in the queue when tickets go on sale, head to the bottom of this page now and sign up for a reminder. 



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