Parquet Courts It’s good to be back in The Ritz, one of Manchester’s best larger venues. The listed Grade II building has real character. It was built 1927 as a dancehall and even has a genuine sprung dance floor. It’s been hosting rock gigs since the 1960s and has seen performances by many now legendary acts including The Beatles, REM, The Stone Roses, Magazine, The Smiths and The Arctic Monkeys. Tonight we add Parquet Courts to that list.


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Parquet Courts "Our goal is not to not be popular, but we have an opportunity to change the way things look and sound within this world, make music that people aren't necessarily used to being exposed to", said Parquet Courts’ singer and guitarist Andrew Savage, in an interview with The Guardian.


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