Headliners I Am Kloot, and Gomez will both make an exclusive Manchester appearance in 2014 at the Whisky Sessions a new music and whisky festival held over 2 days at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd November 2014.
Music lovers will get to experience and taste a wide range of whiskies while enjoying a line-up of more than twenty blues, Americana, folk, singer-songwriter, and indie acts performing across two stages.
John Bramwell, lead singer of I Am Kloot said, "I'm looking forward to our only Manchester gig of the year. It's a great venue. I saw a few bands play there at the 6 music festival and was very impressed. We'll be performing in our original three-piece line-up. Kloot fans can Facebook us any song requests and we'll do our best to add them to the list."
There will also be performances from British Sea Power, Turin Brakes, Tim Burgess, Badly Drawn Boy, Dodgy, Little Comets, Admiral Fallow, To Kill A King, The Riptide Movement, Matthew and the Atlas, Josh Record, Treetop Flyers, Southern, Marcus Bonfanti, Jon Allen, Rainy Boy Sleep, Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo, Robbie Boyd, The Young Folk, and Lisbee Stainton, as well as a number of special guests to be announced.
To see who is playing when see the Whisky Sessions line-up page.
Allen Gibbons, Group Chief Executive of IWSC Group, commented, "We are delighted to be launching The Whisky Sessions, which we feel is a unique music experience with a whisky twist. Whisky has been the source of inspiration for countless numbers of musicians over the years, and as the world is currently exploding with great new whiskies from traditional and new countries, we thought it was a great time to get the two together."
Ticket prices are £35 for each day. This event is for over 18s only.
Whisky experts and bartenders will be leading tastings on a range of premium whiskies from around the world, with The Whiskey Jar team in Manchester concocting some unique whisky cocktails especially for the event.
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