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MPF The Manchester Punk Festival set dates for Easter 2022 with a killer line-up announced

Manchester Punk Festival have returned with their 2022 plans by delivering arguably their most stacked announcement ever. Nailing their cards down for Easter weekend, it’s shaping up to their biggest event so far.

Manchester Punk Festival have returned with their 2022 plans by delivering arguably their most stacked announcement ever. Nailing their cards down for Easter weekend, it’s shaping up to their biggest event so far.

Heading up the long-awaited 6th edition of the festival are A WILHELM SCREAMMARTHASHAI HULUDRED CITY RADIO, JAYA THE CAT and BELVEDERE along with other favourites such as ROUGHNECK RIOTTHE BAR STOOL PREACHERSMUCH THE SAMEFRESHCHEWING ON TINFOIL, PIZZATRAMPTHE PUBLIC SERPENTSACCIDENTE and many many more.

Keep your eyes on their social media for more bands, additional stage announcements, the launch of their merch range and every other little touch that makes it one of the UK’s most exciting events. They claim to promote the best of UK and international punk, why don’t you go and see for yourself.

MPF2022 takes place over Easter Weekend 15-17th April 2022

Tickets for the festival are available now – bit.ly/mpf2022

Manchester Punk Festival 2022

MPF2022 will be the 6th iteration of the independent city centre festival. The 3 day event has become a much adored celebration of all things punk and hardcore with fans travelling from around the world to join in the fun. The festival will see 130 bands playing across 7 venues alongside comedy, poetry, live podcasts and much more.

“Manchester Punk Festival is the musical highlight of my year. It lifts my spirits so much to see so many like minded people gathering to open their minds to new music and new friends. It gets better every year and i’m proud to be part of it.” Sam Russo

“MPF is a rare thing; a multi venue festival that manages to be independent, affordable and encompass every single conceivable sub genre of punk into a weekend long celebration of both the unifying spirit of punk rock and the amazing city of Manchester.” James Hull / Apologies, I Have None

“Being that it was a multi-venue festival in the city with a bar under a train track, I knew this would be amazing. I was not disappointed in the least.” Steve Rawles / Belvedere

“Simply the best, better than all the rest. Better than anyone, anyone I ever met.” Press Club

The 65 bands announced so far…

A Wilhelm Scream, Belvedere, Jaya The Cat, Martha, Red City Radio, Shai Hulud, Roughneck Riot, The Bar Stool Preachers, Fresh, Popes of Chillitown, Onsind, Public Serpents, Accidente, The Infested, Much The Same, Oi Polloi, Chewing on Tinfoil, Pendleton, Drones, The JB Conspiracy, Neck, Captain Hotknives, Milloy, TV Crime, Just Panic, Decent Criminal, Pizzatramp, Corrupt Vision, In Evil Hour, Brassick, Christmas, PMX, Stand Out Riot, Cocaine Piss, The Dangerfields, Aerial Salad, Riskee & The Ridicule, CF98, Knife Club, Fair Do’s, Cultdreams, Karl Phillips & The Rejects, Byenary, Mollusca, Triple Sundae, Wadeye, Throwing Stuff, Wolfrik, Bar Tape, The Lab Rats, Falaun, Kicked in the Teeth, Chloe Glover, The Dauntless Elite, Don Blake, Hell’s Ditch, Kermes, Pat Butcher, Plot 32, Haest, The Sewer Cats, Follow Your Dreams, Daves, Bobby Funk and The Blue Carpet Band.

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