The Feeling Make a Supersonic Return to Concorde

Publish Date: 22/02/2013

Brit-Pop band The Feeling will be playing on Saturday 6th April 2013, inside the lofty surroundings of the Concorde Hangar at Manchester Airport.

With celebrity guests, circus and street performances and live entertainment throughout the night the red-carpet gathering includes a three course dinner underneath the iconic airliner, Concorde. 

The Feeling burst into the music charts in 2006 with the rousing Fill My Little World, followed by chart hits including Never be Lonely, Love it When you Call and I Thought it was Over. The band are performing ahead of their UK tour, which includes a date at Manchester Academy later in the month. 

Manchester Pride Chief Executive, John Stewart said, “Supersonic promises to be a first-class evening and we are grateful to Manchester Airport and the artists performing for supporting our charity. The event offers an opportunity to see some outstanding entertainment in a unique, unconventional space, whilst supporting a great cause.” 

The money raised at the event, will go directly to the Manchester Pride Community Fund; which supports LGBT and HIV charities and organisations in Greater Manchester; creating and sustaining a vibrant community.   The Lesbian & Gay Foundation is part of this fund.

There are only a limited number of tickets available for the exclusive event, they can be purchased for £65, which includes a drinks reception, three-course meal, coffee and entertainment. Tickets do not need to be purchased for an entire table as individual bookings are welcome. 

Visit manchesterpride.com/supersonic for further information or call 0161 831 7700.