No Man’s Land, a new one day festival in Manchester has announces its first wave of artists for 2021 including: Qlowski, Brat Coven, and Jess Fitz.  

The event will take place at the multi-stage venues YES in Manchester on Saturday, 14 August. 

No Man’s Land was created after the team felt disappointment about the lack of gender diversity on UK festival line-ups. The all day event is set to put a spotlight on some of the most exciting non-male acts in the UK right now. 

Hotly tipped trio bigfatbig, Manchester grunge 5 piece The Wine Fund, and Leeds singer-songwriter Laeeqa round off the first wave announcement. 

Also, hosting the event is London based drag queen Ash Kenazi, who you may also know as the drummer of Happyness. The organisers have also paired up with Safe Gigs For Women, a vital organisation which strives to create a safer environment for female gig goers, and all ticket money raised will be going towards their cause.

The rest of the line-up is to be announced soon, with very limited early bird tickets going on sale this Friday 30th April via SeeTickets.

About The Author

Will Fisher

Journalism graduate from The University of Sheffield, all-round music dweeb, and mac 'n' cheese enthusiast.

Related Posts