4 May 2013
Haçienda London @ The Coronet 
Haçienda London @ The Coronet

FAC 51 The Hacienda makes a welcome return to London with a packed line-up of bands and DJs. Peter Hook and the Light will perform a New Order live highlights set drawing on the best from their series of dates. 808 State and Hacienda Records' Super White Assassin complete the live bill.

Headlining the DJs are classic Hacienda pairing Pickering and Park. They are most ably supported by a large roster including Danny Rampling, Jon Dasilva, Justin Robertson, Peter Hook and Allister Whitehead.

With doors at 8pm and running until 4am this promises to be a great night.

Hacienda London @ The Coronet
Friday 21 June 2013
8pm to 4am

The Coronet
28 New Kent Rd
London SE1 6TJ

Advance Tickets: GBP 20.00 via AGMP, See Tickets, Ticketweb, Eventim, Gigantic, Stargreen.com or phone 0844 249 1000

Live - Peter Hook & The Light "New Order Electronic Set", 808 State, Super White Assassin

DJs: Mike Pickering, Graeme Park, Danny Rampling, Jon Dasilva, Justin Robertson, Allister Whitehead, K Klass, Hooky (DJ Set), Bobby Langley

More info via www.fac51thehacienda.com

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