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April 2020
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Salford festival Sounds From The Other City has unveiled its date for 2020

Tix are on sale later this week.
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Published: 5:30 pm, November 06, 2019 Photos: Mike Hughes.
Salford festival Sounds From The Other City has unveiled its date for 2020

Sounds From The Other City has announced its date for 2020.

The Salford event will take place "throughout the festival’s spiritual home" of Chapel Street, with the aim of showcasing "the best new bands in the country", the press release explains.

Now approaching its sixteenth year, it'll take place on Saturday 2nd May, with promoters, venues, performers, artists, and after-parties to be announced in the new year.

Tickets go on general sale this Friday, 8th November, with a pre-sale tomorrow (Thursday, 7th November).

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