NEWS: WU LYF – WIN TICKETS FOR THEIR MIF APPEARANCE
On Saturday 16th July, WU LYF will play their only UK festival show at the Manchester International Festival. This unique event will see WU LYF completely closing off Manchester’s Great Bridgewater Street road tunnel (the tunnel that runs underneath the city’s landmark GMEX centre) to traffic and pedestrians, and opening it up as a gig venue for the very first time.
WU LYF are now pleased to announce the rest of the line up for the event. They will be joined by Dirty Beaches, the acclaimed project of Taiwan-Born, Montreal-based Alex Zhang Hungtai, and London’s Gwilym Gold, who recently released his solo debut single ‘Flesh Freeze’
This show will be WU LYF’s first Manchester show of 2011 and their only UK festival date this year.
It follows the release of their debut album ‘Go Tell Fire To The Mountain’ (reviewed here) which the band released globally on 13th June through LYF Recordings.
Silent Radio can announce we are offering a pair of tickets to this subterranean event to one lucky reader. The winner will be selected randomly from our Facebook page followers, so all you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is to click the ’Like’ button on the Facebook widget at the bottom right of this page. If you already follow us on Facebook, then you will also be included in the competition.
Competition closes midnight 10/07/2011
Tickets for the event are £13.50 and concessions are available.
Box Office: www.mif.co.uk / Quaytickets +44 161 876 2198