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Win a pair of tickets for Manchester's Off The Record festival

The event will showcase up-and-coming artists, and host a number of panels.
Published: 11:10 am, October 04, 2016
Win a pair of tickets for Manchester's Off The Record festival
Manchester will host a new multi-venue music event later this year. Taking place on 4th November, Off The Record has a focus on new music and innovative ideas, with a line up hosting showcase performances by thirty as-yet-unannounced emerging artists.

Each of the acts has been nominated by a long list of industry professionals, including Elbow’s Guy Garvey, Huw Stephens and Frank Turner, who each put forward three for consideration. There are also a number of panels at the event, including keynote speakers Everything Everything (pictured) in conversation with DJ and writer Dave Haslam.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for Off The Record, simply enter via the widget below.

Win a pair of tickets for Manchester's Off The Record festival


Venues taking part include Night and Day, The Castle, Gullivers, Soup Kitchen, Aatma, Ruby Lounge and Methodist Central Buildings. For more information, visit otrmcr.com.

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