Freeze and DHP have just announced a truly unique show taking place at the stunning Manchester Cathedral on Friday 11th September, headlined by Todd Terje performing live in the 600-year old hallowed space.
Freeze’s DNA is all about seeking the region’s most intimate, quirky and stunning venues. This includes everywhere from the jaw-dropping Anglican Cathedral, St George’s Hall, an abandoned psychiatric hospital and the iconic Bombed Out Church in Liverpool, to tunnels and warehouses, each hosting inspirational music events. 2015 has already seen Freeze embark on a series of shows celebrating its 10th anniversary, with a wide range of guests including Jamie XX, Bonobo, Gilles Peterson, Solomun and countless others, with two more to come over the August Bank holiday weekend in Liverpool at the Bombed Out Church with Tale of Us, Paco Osuna, Black Coffee and many more.
And they are now spreading their wings east with this remarkable debut in Manchester and arguably its most breath-taking venue.
Todd Terje already has a close relationship with Freeze, having headlined the Bombed Out Church this summer, a spectacular show which featured the acclaimed It’s Album Time producer and his specially curated lineup.
Rob Casson from Freeze explains: “We are incredibly proud to announce this huge show at the Manchester Cathedral which we know is going to be incredibly special for everyone. We pride ourselves on working closely with the relevant authorities and are pleased to say how supportive the cathedral, Manchester City Council and the wider community have been with this event we are bringing to the city. Todd is a friend of Freeze and we feel this is the perfect environment for his music to shine, and this venue also continues our tradition of putting on events in some amazing locations around the region.”