24 May 2010
Hacienda Arena @ Platt Fields Festival 
FAC 51 The Hacienda have formally announced their arena at the Warehouse Project's Platt Fields Festival on Friday 11 June 2010, celebrating Manchester music from the past, present and future.

Joining Ian Brown, Mike Pickering, UNKLE and Mr Scruff on the bill, The Hacienda's second stage brings together a line up of classic Hacienda names including Peter Hook, Graeme Park, Justin Robertson and Jon Dasilva with A Certain Ratio and Detroit Social Club live.

Hacienda Facebook Event Page

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The Warehouse Project
in association with 13 Artists presents:

Ian Brown [live]

plus special guests:

UNKLE [live]
Bad Lieutenant [live]
The Whip
Scratch Perverts
Mike Pickering
A Certain Ratio [live]
Mr Scruff
Justin Robertson
Peter Hook
Unabombers
El Diablos
Krysko
Now Wave DJs

Friday 11 June 2010
Platt Fields Park
Fallowfield
Manchester

Tickets on sale from 25.00 GBP from Thursday 4 March (with presale for Ian Brown fan club members on now) via Ticketline, SeeTickets and TicketMaster.

More info on ianbrown.co.uk, Facebook and The Warehouse Project.

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