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The archive includes Ian Curtis’ original handwritten lyrics to Joy Division classics – Love Will Tear Us Apart, She’s Lost Control, Atmosphere and many of the bands best loved songs. For one of our top-notch gelato popsicles, or even walked past our giant 3D lolly in our Islington Row shop window, you might have noticed we do things a little differently. Which is why we often get asked how it all began… The Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson is returning to the UK with special guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin to perform a selection of greatest hits.

The personal archives of the musician, writer and educator. Described as the scaffolding that the Manchester music scene was built on. Our Festival Finder guide allows you to filter festivals by music genre. Simply filter festivals by the https://www.wikipedia.org/ genre and find your perfect pop festival.

The collection’s launch will be supported with a major exhibition at the Rylands, featuring iconic items from the Manchester pop culture scene. We also announce all upcoming tours so you can be the first to know when your favourite artist is performing. Discover more and check out the latest pop music tour announcements here. Our Pop Music Guide contains all the artists on tour in the UK now, along with upcoming tours in 2021 & 2022.

https://www.cdoass.com/ Pay As You Go is the smart way to pay for public transport in North East England. Simply top up your Pop PAYG card and use it to pay for your journeys as you make them. If you travel on Metro regularly you can save money with our season tickets. This is your chance to view Europe’s first-ever K-Pop mega-festival as an exclusive digital experience.

Pop blue is the smart way to pay for your travel in North East England if you’re aged 18 or under. Just load a balance onto your Pop blue card and use it to pay for journeys as you make them. If you’re a student your Pop card entitles you to a 30% discount off the price of an adult Metro season ticket.

It began as a revolt against the dominant approaches to art and culture and traditional views on what art should be. Young artists felt that what they were taught at art school and what they saw in museums did not have anything to do with their lives or the things they saw around them every day. Instead they turned to sources such as Hollywood movies, advertising, product packaging, pop music and comic books for their imagery. It is the first specifically designated, large-scale popular culture archive in the UK.