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Guerrilla Eats is back with a boost of booze & beats!

Guerrilla Eats is ready to provide the great people of Manchester with local street food, craft beers and punches as well as music to dance the night away to this weekend.

The scamps will be setting up this Saturday (23rd Feb) at 60 New Bailey Street, Salford M3 5FS (right next to Salford Central railway station) from 6pm ‘till late.

Learning from the first event, this gathering will be indoors so no wet feet for the revellers – just pure passion for food with nothing to get in the way. The addition of booze and music will no doubt go down a treat and everyone is ready for an evening of great food and atmosphere!

Taking inspiration from the eponymous Brooklyn Night Bazaar, Guerrilla Eats is bringing a new concept in the North West – a street food night market; pairing street food, craft drinks and excellent music. All in all, a celebration of all that’s good for your tongues, tummies and your ears!

Mal O’Conner, of Guerrilla Eats, said: “Sitting down with friends, we noticed there wasn’t a night that catered to our needs of independent, low-cost food with craft drinks AND good music – so we decided to put something on that suited us – and that’s how the Gorilla came up with Guerrilla Eats.”

So, you’re wondering what’s going to be on offer… frankly, far too much for my mind to deal with – how will I ever make a decision about what to eat?! There’s definitely plenty of delicious grub available to suit all tastes and dietary needs from the likes of Fire and Salt BBQ co for some deep south BBQ comfort food to Chaat Cart which dishes up delicious vegetarian dosas and southern Indian fare or you can take a trip to the streets of Mexico with Margo & Rita’s burritos.

There’s pizzas fromStreatza, gourmet hot dogs from Dirty Dogs, quality burgers from Bistro Barn House and some yummy sweet treats from Ginger’s Comfort Emporium and Pancake Corner. So come on, don’t even try to tell me that your mouth isn’t watering at the thought!

All of this along with with craft beers from independent brewers and music from some of the North’s biggest up and coming DJs and you’ve got the makings of a banging Saturday night right there!

Guerilla Eats is at 60 New Bailey Street, Salford M3 5FS starting from 6pm.

Fun Lovin’ Criminals to play Manchester’s Hard Rock Cafe

The Fun Lovin’ Criminals will be performing at Manchester’s Hard Rock Cafe, with all ticket proceeds going towards charity.

The New York trio will be taking the stage on Wednesday March 28 and playing a live gig in aid of the Bombay Teen Challenge.

There are only 450 tickets available for the gig so get in fast as such an intimate gig for a multi-platinum act is sure to sell-out in no time.

The Fun Lovin’ Criminals, originally formed in 1993, have a unique brand of eclectic rock fused with hip hop, funk and blues which has proved extremely successful over the years.

Everyone will recognise classic anthems such as Scooby Snacks and The Fun Lovin’ Criminal as they continue to cement their place as one of the biggest acts in the world. Front-man Huey Morgan also hosts his own show on BBC6 Music.

Well known for not shying away from hard hitting topics such as poverty, drug abuse and violence in their songs, it is fitting that all ticket proceeds of the gig will go to such a good cause.

The charity was established in 1990 and works tirelessly to rescue and rehabilitate the many destitute and desperate people living on the streets of Mumbai.

Bombay Teen Challenge provides services such as shelters for children of women used in prostitution and street children and homes for AIDS orphans to name just a few of it’s causes.

Tickets are priced at £20 per person and doors at are 7pm. You can buy tickets online from Ticketweb.