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SALFORD MUSIC FESTIVAL BEGINS AT DELI LAMA
 

Star date: 26th September 2013

DELI-LAMA ACOUSTIC NIGHT

Thursday 26th September
Deli-Lama Café Bar
6-10pm free

The Salford Music Festival begins today at venues all over the city, and here we focus on the Deli-Lama café bar, on the corner of Bexley Square and Chapel Street, where there's an ace acoustic night featuring Adazae JonDemetrius, Laura and Claire, Harry Wilkinson and Lei Jennings.

Full details here…


Laura and Claire Adazae JonDemetrius
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The Deli-Lama sits snugly on the corner of Bexley Square and Chapel Street, not only offering eat in or take out deli delights like butternut squash soup with rosemary roasted crisps, but also some top art exhibitions on the walls and the occasional live event.

The intimate venue is perfect to host four nights worth of live music for the Salford Music Festival, beginning tonight with an acoustic evening starring Adazae JonDemetrius, Laura and Claire, Harry Wilkinson and Lei Jennings.

Lei Jennings is currently studying at Salford University and on the side is building a bit of a name for himself as a singer songwriter with some nifty spoken words thrown in to enhance what he calls "My mistakes and melodies". His songs are mainly about love and loss and a bit more love. With the feeling turned up to the max. Check Lei out on Soundcloud (click here) and then go see him live on stage around 9pm.

Before then, the night opens up with Adazae JonDemetrius (listen here), Liverpool duo Laura and Claire (listen here), and Harry Wilkinson, of the band Small Green Invasion (listen here)

Great music in a top venue. Perfect way to ease into the Salford Music Fest. And there's another three nights of gigs at the 'Lama - click here for details

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DELI-LAMA ACOUSTIC NIGHT
Thursday 26th September 6-10pm free
Deli-Lama Café Bar
220 Chapel Street M3 5LE
0161 832 7220

For Salford Star preview of the Salford Music Festival - click here

For full Salford Music Festival line up see www.salfordmusicfestival.co.uk

 

Deli-Lama wrote
at 9:44:45 AM on Thursday, September 26, 2013
Thanks for the up folks! We're really looking forward to kicking off the festival tonight and in true Deli-Lama style we've cooked up a couple of hearty bowls of delicious goodness <3 Ham Hock & Red Lentil or Chunky Veg & Green Lentil (vegan) Soups. Served with crusty baguette and lashings of best butter! Grab a beer and a bowl - music to our ears! Love Linda & Lincoln
 
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