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Venue

Pavilion Theatre Festival Sq.
Albert Square, Manchester, GB

M O N E Y Perform their debut album

'Manchester is already established as one of the world's most creative arts festivals, and the only one that really understands rock music.'
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

In recent years, few new bands have staked their claim to bigger and better things in such an arresting a fashion as M O N E Y. Selling out shows before they’d even released a single, the Manchester quartet has drawn devoted fans to strange, beautiful and passionate gigs around the city, culminating with a now-legendary series of all-night parties at an abandoned factory in the shadows of Strangeways.

A Mancunian secret until MIF13, M O N E Y played songs from their much-anticipated debut album, giving audiences a chance to catch them at the intimate Pavilion Theatre before the world caught on.

Produced by Manchester International Festival.

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