Have you got your ticket for Moods Fest 2018?

Coral Daniels | 18th April 2018

Next weekend will see musicians from Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh unite for Moods Fest 2018.

The music festival, held at the newly refurbished Bread Shed, has been organised by local band The Moods.

The 10-peice are ¬†bringing a line-up of fresh, urban artists, from the North, in what has been described as a ‘friendly affair’ and ‘respectful rivalry’.

The festival is set to start at 2pm on Saturday 28th April, with 10 bands playing new music, for just over 10 hours.

Fancy a taster of what’s to come on the line-up?

Have a peek at this track from The Moods:

As you can hear from this, their music hits you hard ,with strong pounding beats and the lyrics to match.

The band have plenty to say; singing and rapping about: war, famine, love, life and death.

The Moods recently recorded their album ‘Missing Peace’ in Manchester’s Boom-shack studios.

In the 12 weeks since it was released, they’ve received hundreds of thousands of downloads, streams and physical sales, in over 24 countries.

The festival is expected to follow suit, in a wave of electro-driven poetic acts, but that’s not all.

On the line-up is a fusion of musical genres, spanning from hip-hop and rap, to reggae and ska too.

It’s safe to say there will be something for everyone to enjoy.

Tickets will cost £10 in advance or £12 on the door and is an over 18s event only.

You can buy tickets here.

These are all the acts you can expect to see there:

You can also listen to a compilation of all these acts below too, to get you in the spirit for an urban dance party.