The deejay, known for the hit singles Exercise, Pearly Gates and Don't Blame Life, will be making his third appearance at the awards ceremony and has heaped praises on the growth of the event, which is in its fourth year.
The Manchester Awards is the brainchild of legendary sound systems operator Pink Panther.
"Well, this will be my third year. I am really looking forward to it this year. The growth of the awards is something to talk about as well. It got bigger each year I went," Bugle said.
The ceremony will highlight and award individuals from various section of the entertainment fraternity - namely artistes, producers, selectors, promoters, clubs, stores and dancers.
Bugle will be one of the many headline acts slated for the event. Already confirmed are acts such as Cocoa Tea, Macka Diamond, Charly Black, Romain Virgo, I-Octane, Nesbeth and Stacious.
This, he thinks, is a testimony of the magnitude the awards show has developed during its period.
"Things like this always good for the music, not just on a community level. It is a very good thing and the artistes' support is a testament to that," he added.
The Manchester Awards is sponsored by alcohol giants Guinness and Taj-Vaughn Johnson's newly-built entertainment website www.PantaSon.com.