5 Mar 2014
Haçienda Good Friday 2014 @ Sankeys MCR 
FAC 51 The Haçienda Good Friday 2014 @ Sankeys MCR

FAC 51 The Haçienda returns to the resurrected Sankeys on Good Friday with a line-up featuring many of the original DJs that shaped the club including headliners Pickering & Park and Greg Wilson, Hewan Clarke and Jon Dasilva.

Graeme Park and Mike Pickering will play both individually and together as they present their finest records of then and now. Hewan Clarke's set of will feature early Eighties cuts whilst original resident Greg Wilson brings his sublime selection of remixes and edits to the event, with both looking to highlight the musical history of the Haçienda in their sets.

Acid house and Balearic supremos, Jon Dasilva and Justin Robertson, who shaped the independent, open minded, soundtrack to the Haçienda and Manchester in the last Eighties and early Nineties with Hot, Most Excellent, Spacefunk and more, also drop by to provide their great tunes selection and upfront choices to the event.

Finishing up the extensive bill, Manchester Underground’s Russ rocks up with his vinyl while Herbie Saccani delivers one of his much praised warm up sets to kickstart what is set to be another great event for FAC 51 in its Manchester hometown.

Tickets available now priced from 10.00 GBP Earlybird via Sankeys, Skiddle, Ticket Arena

More info at the Facebook Event.

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Haçienda Good Friday 2014 @ Sankeys
Friday 18 April 2014 / 10pm to 5am

Mike Pickering and Graeme Park
Greg Wilson
Hewan Clarke
Justin Robertson
Jon Dasilva
Russ
Herbie Saccani

Sankeys
Radium St
Manchester
M4 6JG

www.fac51thehacienda.com

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