Eurocultured 2012

Sunday 3rd to Monday 4th June 2012
New Wakefield Street, Manchester, England MAP
£20 for both days
last updated: Mon 14th May 2012

Eurocultured is an urban showcase, with a sister event happening in Turkey. Held over two days on Jubilee Bank holiday (Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th June) happening on New Wakefield Street in the city of Manchester.

Line-up

Death in Vegas, Birdy Nam Nam, Zakopower, Silverclub, From the Kites of San Quentin, Jim Noir, Humanizer, Metrodome, Jim Kerr, Vieka, Folks, Brown Brogues, Lottery Winners, Blind Atlas, Hologram Heart Parade, The Slow Show, Cheap Cuts, Golden Glow, Hot Beat Repeat, Mount Fabric, Hawker Reunion, Jeramiah Ferrari, City Reign, Cherrystones, DJ Samrai & Platt, Il Bosca aka Woody, Martin Brew, Dom Thomas, Chimpo, Rich Reason, Nanny, Optimus, Bastian + Swede, The Sultan, Herman, PRP DJs.

Showcases from Hit N Run, Thirty One Songs, Brutal Music, and Prime Numbers.

There will be over 200 artists performing including street artists, installation artists, bands, DJ's, dancers, cabaret, street performers, and inspirational folk from all corners of Europe will be flown in especially.

Tickets

Limited tickets are priced at £20 for a 2 day ticket, and £15 for a one day ticket. To buy tickets, click here.

On site facilities include European food stalls, arts and crafts market stalls, main stage, acoustic stage, 5 venues with DJs, bands and live comedy.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.

Sunday 3rd to Monday 4th June 2012
New Wakefield Street, Manchester, England MAP
£20 for both days
last updated: Mon 14th May 2012


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