Nothing To Lose and Echidna are the founders of Manchester based Grand Theft Audio Recordings and Events, Drum and Bass producers and DJs. They have played at internationally renowned events such as The Warehouse Project, Innovation in The Sun and Sunbeatz Festival.
Heavy P plays “big beats and funky basslines, anything that gets a dancefloor ram jammed and moving, regardless of genre, a good tune will always be a good tune.”
Bryk is a Manchester based DJ bringing “bouncy Drum & Bass beats to the night time dwellings of The North”.
NCK & Seymour of Golden Egg Hip Hop DJ collective will be supplying the Hip Hop tunes on the night.
Worldwide lifestyle magazine Off The Rails magazine will be handing out OTR goodies and bringing their own personal brand of partying.
Advance tickets are available for £3 and £4 via our website. Entry on the door will be £5, £4 with a student ID card or free with a Deadbolt Festival wristband. The event is 18+ only and ID will be required.
The Bread Shed is one of the stages for Deadbolt Festival and the afterparty will start as soon as WSTR finishes.
After the dust has settled on day one of our huge Deadbolt Festival event, there’s only thing to do – grab the togas, red cups and keep the party going! Welcome to our most chaotic night of the year. Do you have what it takes to join Delta Beta Phi?
In traditional style, Deadbolt will be inviting party goers to partake in fraternity challenges and “initiations” such as beer pong, king pong, limbo, hot sauce challenges and much more. Drinks will be served in typical fraternity style red cups provided by Fireball. Anyone who shows up to the event in a toga will get a reduced entry price of £3. There will also be huge projector screen showing clips from the best teen/frat movies such as Old School, American Pie, Road Trip and Jackass.
Harry Radford (Call Me Amour, ex-Yashin) returns to Deadbolt after a few months away and he’ll be joined by debutant Kier Kemp (Inklings, ex-FVK) who has a load of experience making people dance all over the country.
Red Cardinal Music and Deadbolt Festival sponsor Fireball will also be the main sponsor of this afterparty. They will be setting up a stall during the whole day of the festival offering drink offers, chances to win Fireball goodies and drinks and a photo booth for instant momento photos.
Drink offers on the night include:
Fireball shot £2
Firebombs £3 / 2 for £5
American Pie cocktails £4
SoCo & Mixer £3.30
All bombs 2 for £5
Sambuca & Tequila shots £2
For a chance to win free entry and drinks, find out more about the event and make song requests for the night, join the facebook event and get involved.
Anyone with a September birthday who wants to make this their birthday night out can get in touch via the Deadbolt Club facebook page to get free entry for themselves and free shots for their entire group.
Advance tickets are available for £4 via Fatsoma, Skiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £5, £4 with a student ID card or free with a Deadbolt Festival wristband.
Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase in advance £26 or on the door for £30 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15 in advance or £18 on the door.
Deadbolt Festival is taking over the Oxford Road branch of Font Bar for a chill out zone 2pm-7pm on Saturday 30th September and 2pm-8pm on Sunday 1st October.
There will be Deadbolt DJs on rotation all day playing a mix of upcoming bands and classic hits in the genres of pop, hip hop, rock, metalcore, pop punk, metal, emo and dancefloor anthems.
Anyone with a Deadbolt Festival wristband will be able to get 25% off food at Font for the whole weekend. Font has a great menu of delicious food – that we can personally recommend! – including a range of vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options.
Font is well known in Manchester for it’s huge selection of over 60 alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails from just £2 which will all be available during the day.
In addition to Deadbolt Festival itself, the Font takeover will be sponsored by Fireball Whisky. Fireball will be setting up a fire pong table to win goodies during the day. Font will also be mixing up an exclusive “Firebolt” cocktail for the festival weekend and offering £2 Fireball shots.
During the weekend there will be stalls for party goers to grab clothes, accessories and more – exhibitors to be announced soon. If anyone would like to apply to run a stall, please get in touch via our Contact Us page.
Font Bar: 7-9 New Wakefield Street, Manchester, M1 5NP.
Zombie Shack is one of the stages for Deadbolt Festival and the afterparty will start as soon as bands finish.
In addition to the usual mix of grunge, geek rock, riot grrrl and 90s generation X anthems, Zero Club will be using the event to pay homage to the icon himself, Dave Grohl!
Dave Grohl has been a huge part of the rock scene for over 25 years with appearances in multiple bands including Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of The Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures. Grohl has also guested on albums and tours with bands such as Tenacious D, Nine Inch Nails, Garbage, Slash and many more.
Party goers can expect to hear classics, singles and forgotten gems from every band Dave has been involved in throughout the night.
To find out more about the event and make song requests for the night, join the facebook event and get involved.
We need your help choosing the final band to play Deadbolt Festival 2017!
Deadbolt Festival is a two day festival running over the weekend of Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October with 6 stages over the two days. It features a range of rock and metal sub genres including, but not limited to, metalcore, pop punk, hardcore, post-hardcore and alternative rock. Find links to the bands’ Facebook pages and buy tickets here.
The event is sponsored by Fireball Whisky, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Live Without Regret Clothing, Vocalzone, Street Cars and Level Phase who will be adding their own twists to the party!
The band who receives the most votes from festival goers will win the chance play on one of the stages at Deadbolt Festival alongside bands such as WSTR, Martyr Defiled, Oceans Ate Alaska, Junior, Kamikaze Girls and many more.
top dating bbw sites As we are no longer taking band submissions, this is the only way that a band will be able to join our huge bill.
Let us know who you think deserves to fill our final slot using the Survey Monkey voting form below!
SURVEY MONKEY NOW CLOSED
Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 3rd September and will be announced during the following week. The winning band must be available to play on either date during this weekend as genre may determine stage compatibility.
Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “Deadbolt Festival 2017 is our biggest event to date with six stages and several afterparties during the weekend. We are very grateful for the response to the event so far and cannot wait to let everyone know what else we have up our sleeves for the festival!”
He added: “Each of our sponsors will be bringing their own unique party ideas or special offers for festival goers and we will be able to announce more about this in the coming weeks. For anyone who has never been to a Deadbolt event before, expect chaos!”
Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase now for £26 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Limited Early Bird tickets are available for £20. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15.
Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “This is our biggest event to date and we’re humbled by the great response we’ve had so far. We have a lot more to announce for both the festival and our afterparties so keep your eyes peeled!”
Deadbolt Festival is making a return to its hometown of Manchester this autumn.
The pop-punk, metalcore, hardcore and rock event will take place on Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October 2017 with three stages each day. The stages will be at Gorilla, Factory, Zoo, Underdog and Zombie Shack.
There will be over sixty bands playing over the weekend.
On the Saturday night there will be multiple afterparties including Deadbolt’s own clubnight at Pub/Zoo.
Deadbolt, the monthly alternative party club night at Pub/Zoo, is known in the Manchester scene as the night to go for a move away from the traditional clubbing experience.
The club night incorporates elements of interactive games, live music performances and giveaways throughout the night to create a house party atmosphere with a hint of mayhem.
Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “Deadbolt Festival is a chance for us to take the chaos of our club night and amplify it. Deadbolt Festival 2015 was the biggest thing that we have done to date and we can’t wait to make it even better this year with bigger bands, more brand collaborations and even more chaos!”
Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase now on our website, See Tickets, Fatsoma,Skiddle and Ticketline for £26 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Limited Early Bird tickets are available from our site only for £20.