13 Mar 2010
Shaun Ryder's Full Live Show @ The Factory 
FAC 51 The Hacienda presents:
Easter Bank Holiday Sunday

4 April 2010 at The Factory, Manchester
8-11pm

SWR: The Very Best of Shaun Ryder
Full Live Show

Shaun Ryder and a full live band performing the hits of Happy Mondays, Black Grape and the World Premiere of his new solo work!

Followed by a Club Event from 11pm-4am

Hacienda: Past, Present & Future

Room 1 – 808 State (DJ set) and Jon Dasilva
Room 2 – Justin Robertson / Jon Carter
Room 3 – Murkage Cartel vs Jay 'Backchat' Fontaine

Advance tickets

£26.50 - SWR Live Show plus Club Event (8pm-4am)
£15.00 - Club Event only (valid from 11pm only)
24 hr ticket hotline: 08444 771000

Tickets available from factorymanchester.com on sale midday Friday 19 March 2010.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous carl stanley said...

when is the next event ,..please

06/05/2010, 23:52

 
Anonymous cerysmatic said...

Looks like this is it - Happy Mondays @ Wychwood Festival

07/05/2010, 19:16

 

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