The Gregson Centre is about to explode with a concoction of live electronic-funk-disco-dub-punk as The Age of Glass return to the city for the festivities.
The Gregson, in Moor Lane, also hosts a farewell gig for Lancaster band Lava on the Sunday night (October 13), who will also be going out with a bang.
Manchester-based three piece The Age of Glass are known for their ability to rock crowds with an energetic super tight show.
The band combines soaring soulful vocals, blazing fast finger drumming and dirty room shaking bass.
The Age of Glass’ live highlights include a performance at the world famous Melkweg Amsterdam, the Rabbit Hole stage at Glastonbury Festival, on top of shows at Secret Garden Party and Boomtown Fair.
They have just released their first EP Live at Castle Rock, and will be performing alongside support act Walk on Saturday night at the Gregson, in Moor Lane.
Entry is £5/4 from 8pm.
On Sunday night Lava, led by flamenco guitarist and vocalist Howard Haigh, perform their last gig as a collective.
The gig will celebrate the music of Lava – Latino Blues Guitar, with special guests, with all money raised going to CancerCare.
They will play old favourites as well as a few newer tunes.
Time to Rumba, clap and shake, tremble and quake, and blaze the night away with the classic blend of Flamenco, funk, salsa, and blues/jazz inspired music.
Tickets are £5/£3.