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Are you ready to embark on a musical adventure like no other!?

We are once more here to invite you to the HQ Collective, a one-of-a-kind music event that will always leave you wanting more more more (in the midnight hour).

Get ready to witness a stellar lineup of talented artists, enjoy great company, and contribute to two remarkable charities: the RSPB and the National Autistic Society.

The night falls on June 24th, Doors open at 7:30PM.

Ticket Information:

• Standing Ticket: £13

• Seated Ticket: £15

Tickets can be purchased in person OR by calling the salon on 01606 330879 and having the tickets held for you.

Now, let us introduce you to the extraordinary acts who will grace the stage and fill the air with incredible melody and rhythm.

The Quirk House Band

Prepare to kick off the night with an explosion of energy and pathos as The Quirk House Band take the stage, hopefully they give it back. With their enthusiasm.....hhh hhhmm and eclectic sounds it's going to be a must see.

Grace Kelly

Step into the world of Grace Kelly, an exceptional artist who will captivate your heart with her soulful Americana music. Grace moved to Manchester from New Zealand just over a year ago to pursue her career in music, Since then she has carved a name for herself on the Manchester music scene and is soon to do her first headline show launching her new EP Table For One, Let her voice whisk you away on a heartfelt journey you won't soon forget.

Want a listen?

Joel Gardner

A skilled guitarist and singer, drawing influence from instrumentalists such as Andy Mckee and John Gomm. Joel’s songs stem from elaborate, groove orientated guitar work. His music transcends its traditional roots with a modern twist, so fasten your seatbelt.

With a live show honed by relentless gigging; Joel won the ‘Danny Kyle Award’ at Celtic Connections, Wath Festival’s ‘Young Performer Of The Year Award’ and ‘Manchester’s Got Busker Talent' in 2017. His successes have seen him support Mull Historical Society and Bernard Butler, Brian Kennedy, All The Luck In The World and US chart topping band The Revivalists on their first UK tour. Make sure your glass isn't too full or it'll be everywhere.

Want a listen?

The HQ Collective event isn't just about great music and good times, it's also an opportunity to support incredible causes and this time we have TWO!

With your presence, we aim to raise funds and awareness for the RSPB, protecting our feathery friends, and the National Autistic Society, providing invaluable support to individuals and families affected by autism. Your contribution, by purchasing a ticket, can make a significant impact!

One more thing........did we mention it's a "bring your own booze" affair?

That's right, you have the freedom to bring your favorite tipple and indulge in a night of music, frivolity and good company.

So mark your calendar, grab your tickets, and let the groove train roll.

We can't wait to see you on June 24th at The House. Be sure to invite your friends and share the excitement, because the more, the merrier (until we sell out).

We do expect a sold-out show, so don't dilly-dally! (We had quite a few sad faces last time)

Thank you for being a part of the HQ Collective, where music meets philanthropy, and good times are guaranteed. We look forward to having a night long remembered.

Tom, Rae and The HQ Team x

FAQ: Do we have an age limit to our HQ Collective Evenings?

A: We do - 16yrs+ with an acompanying adult due to the alcohol & chaos! (Apologies to our younger Stalker's, our insurance shudders at us otherwise!)


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