Dot to Dot Festival 2017 in Manchester city centre

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Honeyblood

Dot to Dot Festival at Albert Hall, City Centre 26 — 27 May 2017 Tickets from £12.00 — Book now

The UK’s premier festival for unearthing the best new talent, Dot To Dot Festival, returns to Manchester on Friday 26 May.

Winner of Best Festival at last year’s Live UK Awards, Dot To Dot takes over many of city centre venues, big and small, to present dozens of established performers and emerging artists from around the world.

The line-up in 2017 features Sundara Karma, Amber Run, The Growlers, Honeyblood, Pinegrove, The Big Moon, The Slow Readers Club and plenty more, performing in venues including Old Granada Studios, the Albert Hall, the Ruby Lounge, Soup Kitchen and the Castle Hotel.

Dot to Dot Festival at Albert Hall, City Centre 26 — 27 May 2017 Tickets from £12.00 Book now

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Forty-Seven is a luxury boutique hotel on Peter Street in Manchester city centre, above the high-end Indian restaurant Asha’s.

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Asha’s serves modern north-west Indian cuisine in luxurious surroundings.

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