42nd Street (more commonly known as 42s) has asked their Twitter followers to send them music, with the promise that if they like it, they’ll play it upon their reopening.
Are you in a band or know somebody who is? Send us over your music and we’ll give it a listen. If we like it we’ll give it a play when we reopen!
TAG your mates bands below and show them some love. pic.twitter.com/mBSTnRQ89n
— 42nd Street (@42sNightclub) February 3, 2021
The Manchester nightclub, located in town on Bootle Street, is well known for playing the best of indie, rock and punk music. The venue has operated as a common source of refuge for nightclubbers who prefer the sound of a guitar rather than booming bass.
Although no one knows when exactly that will be at the moment, it’s positive to look towards the post-COVID future.
The club has been unable to operate since early 2020 when the COVID pandemic began. After the second national lockdown in November was announced, the club started a crowdfund page, claiming that they were facing a very real threat of having to close forever due to lack of income.
We've set up a crowdfunder to help secure our future and ensure we can carry on bringing you unforgettable nights out once we're able to open our doors once again!
— 42nd Street (@42sNightclub) November 3, 2020
So far the page has raised over £21,700, which hopefully has been enough to provide the venue with some hope of reopening, hence their recent pledge.
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