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Rare Americans w/ Hora Douse + Guyana

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Star & Garter

18-20 Fairfield St

Manchester

M1 2QF

United Kingdom

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RARE AMERICANS "Coming Out Party" UK Spring Tour
w/ Dora House + Guyana

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
@ Star & Garter, Manchester, UK
18+
Doors: 7:00pm, Show: 8:00pm
Tickets: £10 Advance / £12 Door*
Coming Out Party Package: £25 (includes ticket + Lunch Box Kit)

*£1 from every ticket will be donated to "Music For All", an organization focused on providing underprivileged youth with instruments and music lessons.

About Rare Americans

Vancouver, Canada's Rare Americans are crooked and catchy. Not crooked in the sense that they’re criminals. Crooked in the sense that they see the world a little crooked and tell stories with slants.

On the band’s self-titled debut album, Rare Americans sing for characters who rarely take the straight path. Produced by 10x Grammy-winner Joe Chiccarelli (The White Stripes, My Morning Jacket, The Strokes) and featuring guest musicians from Modest Mouse and the Shins, the band has generated 7 million+ YouTube views, and 1 million+ Spotify streams since releasing their first single in June 2018.

Rare Americans Online

Website: http://rareamericans.com
Videos: http://youtube.com/rareamericans
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2w7Hxs6
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rareamericans
Facebook: http://facebook.com/rareamericans
Instagram: http://instagram.com/rareamericans
Twitter: http://twitter.com/rareamericans

About Hora Douse

Hora Douse ​​are a trio from Manchester, UK. Drawing from a distinct influence of powerful, emotive artists such as Manchester Orchestra & The Hotelier; the band cycles through genres at will - blending together their melodic hardcore roots, with a more sensitive and ‘poppier’ inclination.

About Guyana

Guyana are a four-piece indie rock band who met at the University of Birmingham, UK. Schoolboy lyricism developed into post-punk revival.

The arrangement of quick-witted schoolboy lyricism and upbeat riffs has pushed Guyana onto the Birmingham music scene rapidly. Recently described as Jamie T's and RHCP's lovechild, the indie-rock outfit flow tightly with for sharp street-style lyrics, catchy basslines and solos.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This event is 18+

Where can I learn more about Music For All?

Music For All's website has plenty of information on their wonderful organization. You can learn more here: https://www.musicforall.org

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