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EARTHDANCE SALFORD 2011
 

Star date: 23rd September 2011

BIRDS, BANDS AND IRWELL STYLE WORLD CULTURE

Salford Music Festival – Day 3
Saturday 24th September
The Old Pint Pot, Adelphi Street
11am onwards free

Bird spotting, belly dancing, jamming, jiving and Silky DJs make up Salford's contribution to Earthdance, a worldwide party for peace and social justice.

The family day at The Old Pint Pot is a celebration of music, the environment and diverse cultures and runs for over twelve hours as part of Salford Music Festival.

Full details here…


Get up early tomorrow for an 11am walk along the River Irwell to spot kingfishers, herons and other wildlife. It's the perfect chilled way to start a whole chilled day of laid back events in the stunning setting of The Old Pint Pot pub.

With art and drumming workshops for kids and a Flash Mob for Peace Belly Dance for mum and dad, the day is going to be full of unusual happenings, followed by a full on dance night upstairs from 7pm-1am led by the Silky DJs and guests doing reggae, afro-house, techno and trance with a global flavour.

The full line up for the day is…

11am – Nature Walk along the River Irwell

From 1pm – 7pm World music and dance from BAM, Northern Belly Company, Rubaiyat, World Jam with Serge Tebu, Micky Van Gelder, Lou Armes, Beatsum, Hugh Peters, Sanat, DJ Mayeva and Amal Elwishy.

Plus at 2pm Flash Mob for Peace Belly Dance. And candlelit singalong at the end of the day's events.

7pm-1amSilky DJs and special guests bringing music from the world to the decks.

Salford Music Festival – Day 3

EARTHDANCE 
24th September
The Old Pint Pot, corner of Adelphi Street and The Crescent 
11am onwards free

For further details see www.salfordmusicfestival.co.uk

The Earthdance event in Salford is in support of Musicians Without Borders and for International Peace Week.

 For more details on Earthdance globally see www.earthdance.org

 

 

 

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