Musicians Unite For Manchester Million on May 1st

A bank holiday weekend treat is in store for music fans in Manchester with a stellar all day lineup of acts playing in aid of the tsunami appeal at The Attic on Oxford Road. With tickets just £5 for over twelve hours of live music, there is no better or charitable way to spend the Sunday in Manchester. With a bill headed by London’s Top 40 stars Dogs, Ian Brown and former Stone Roses guitarist Aziz, rising local stars The Special Brew and The Jakpot, and more local talent ranging from DJs to live bands to Brazilian Samba, there really is something for music lovers of all persuasions.

Tickets are available from The Thirsty Scholar and Piccadilly Box Office and doors open at 12:30pm. With The Attic donating a percentage of the bar takings to the appeal, it makes charitable as well as musical sense to get there early and enjoy the full days musical delights.

The Musicians Tsunami Appeal (link) Presents…

Dogs- link
The Conversation
Aziz- link
The Special Brew- link
The Jakpot- link

For Tomorrows
Ronnie Mintor and the Miracle Cure
The House Band
The Reverend Coyote

Plus Special Guests
The Republic of the Batteria (Brazilian Samba Band)
DJ Lee Speed (All that Jazz)
Fat City Records DJ's
DJ Martin the Mod
Sexy Pests DJs
DJ Hisco lord of the disco

Sunday May 1st 2005 @ The Attic, Oxford Road, Manchester. Doors open 12:30pm till 2am
Tickets £5, available from The Thirsty Scholar and Piccadilly box office 0161 832 1111
Arrive early to ensure entry.

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