Win three tickets to Black Cacti Presents: The Luka State at The Met in Bury
Win three tickets to Black Cacti Presents: The Luka State at The Met in Bury.
Listen up, music-lovers. Fancy attending a new grassroots night at The Met in Bury? Of course, you do! Following the success of their first trial show with Liam Frost, the venue’s second offering showcases two local bands.
The Luka State – Headliner
In the four years since they formed, they’ve toured the UK, Europe, North America. Their electric live show will leave you wondering how they’re still the UK’s best kept secret.
Lyerr– Main Support
Lyerr are an indie rock band hailing from Bury/Rochdale. Following the release of their debut single Taking Over in 2018, the band went on to support artists such as The Blinders and Hockey Dad and performed in session for the BBC.
Hurray for Tuesday – Opening Support
Local upcoming garden-pop five-piece born and bred in Bury.
To be in with a chance of winning three tickets to see The Luka State, Lyerr, and Hurray for Tuesday at The Met Bury on December 11, sign up to the Northern Soul newsletter (details of how to do this are on the right-hand side of the page) and send an email to email@example.com with the title ‘Black Cacti’.
Main image: The Luka State shot in Manchester by Rob Blackham.
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