4 Aug 2004
Get Loaded In The Park news update 
Tony Wilson will be introducing The Happy Mondays live on stage. The line-up will feature original members Shaun Ryder (Vocals), Bez (Freaky Dancin') and Gaz Whelan (drums). The will be joined by Dave Parkinson aka Primemover (Keyboards/Programmer), Get Loaded promoter Kav & John Dunn aka Sonic Audio (both Guitar), Mikey Shine (Bass Guitar) and Poss (Decks). Backing vocals come from Ron Carroll and Angie Brown. Bez's new band Domino Bones will also be making their UK debut and performing 5 tracks.

There will be DJ sets from Graeme Park (Hacienda), Peter Hook (New Order), Clint Boon (Inspiral Carpets), Sean McCluskey, Arthur Baker (both 'Return to New York'), Andy Rourke & Mike Joyce (The Smiths) and The Farm.

I Swear I Was There Stage

Twenty Four Records have just added The Others, The Long Blondes, Ian Seigal and Ratdog.

Get Loaded Stage

Electronic female act band Client, Australian band The Panics (signed to Gaz Whelan’s Little Big Man label), plus 8 unsigned bands: Trap 2, Emma Chamberlin, Silent Partners (Dermo - ex-Northside's new band), Junk TV, Greg Gent, Ivory, Bugfly and Little Barrie presented by Cold Medina.

Tickets

Get Loaded In The Park
Sunday 22 August 2004
Clapham Common
12 noon - 10pm

There are now less than 2,000 tickets left on sale and these will probably go soon. Tickets are on sale now exclusively through Ticketmaster, priced £15-25. Please go online at or call the "Get Loaded in the Park" 24 Hour Ticketmaster number on 08700 601801. More info at: www.getloadedinthepark.com

Warm-up Party

Shaun, Bez and Gaz will all be DJing at the Official Get Loaded in the Park Warm Up Party, alongside Kav and the Space Cowboy at Turnmills.

Thursday 5 August 2004
Entry: £5
Offers: 2-4-1's on all drinks at bar from 9pm

Thanks to the Get Loaded In The Park e-flyer.

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