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Star date: 11th September 2010 

TWO MORE DAZE OF THE SALFORD MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Salford Music Festival kicks off for another two days with bands, MCs, singers and starlets hammering the pubs around the city.

Today, from 2pm, there's huge line ups at The Kings Arms, The Hope, The Crescent, The White Horse, The Town Hall, The Weaste and The Plough (all events are free), while Sunday sees the big all day Main Stage event at The Ritz starring The Fall et al…

Full details here…


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Saturday's Line Up for the Salford Music Festival
All events are FREE


The Hope – from 2pm: DJ sets from Ed Blaney and DJ Jack; Dark Angel (2pm); The Rockin Train (3pm); Anima Animus Animal (4:15pm); Ed Blaney and Trigger Happy (5pm); Hanky Park (acoustic set 6:15pm); Mr Heart (7pm); The Missing Link (8:15pm); Emma Black (9pm); Stacey Cohen (9:45pm); Girl Peculiar(10:15pm).

The Kings Arms – from 8:15pm: Dislocation Dance (8:15pm); Mancini Fires (9pm); The 66 (10pm)

The Crescent – from 2pm: Aslan AK; The Kinetic; AAAk; Monkeys In Love; Death To The Strange; Selitone; Spencer Raincloud and the Range Brothers; Emma Black.

The White Horse – from 2pm (inc Kidz Funfair): Dark Angel (2pm); Marie Mac (3pm); Asteria (4pm); Stacey Cohen (5pm); No Flash (8pm); Elephant Juice (9-11pm)

The Town Hall – Zulu Warriors; Rocking Train

The Weaste – surprise acts

The Plough – The Pearl Drivers

SUNDAY LINE UP

The White Horse – 2:30pm-7pm: Roman/ free and easy singalong: 9pm -1am: Rohan karaoke music quiz

THE RITZ – Salford Meets Manchester: Main Stage

From 3pm – 11pm Tickets £15 (+concessions)

The Fall; Salford Jets; Girl Peculiar; Aaron Wright; Our Fold; Trigger Happy; Low line; Dave Sharp (The Alarm); 1913; AAAK; The Rainband; Fly The Colours; Thallie; Pisees; Spencer Cloud and the Range Brothers; Anima Animus Animal; Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets).

DJ sets by Terry Christian; Dermo; Clint Boon; Same Teen DJs; Plus special guest appearances.

Further details and venue addresses at www.salfordmusicfestival.co.uk

Photos of last night's gig at The Hope by Lewis Harrison Wood and Jemma Cooper

AC the GT wrote
at 12:33:01 AM on Sunday, September 26, 2010
Well, where to start. Seen as most of the comments have been removed from the other forum i will post here. (the joys of modern technology) Ed Blaney is completely incompetent to look after himself nevermind an "organised" event! How anyone expected him to run this festival without a punch being thrown or a car being drove through the pub window i don't know. As i previously said in the other forum... (yes i will troll) i had the misfortune to work with this cretin, and all i learnt from him was how to stay as far away from him as possible if i wanted to keep my sanity. GOOD TIMES!
 
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