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REMEMBERING SALFORD’S LEGENDS
 

SWEENEY STARS IN KERSAL

Remembering Salford's Legends
29th August, Lower Kersal Social Club
Starring Salford Jets, The RSL Band, El Vato, The Helmets, Duluth and John McFadden
Gig £10; Family Day free

Rowing the full 63k length of the River Irwell indoors at Lower Kersal Social Club is just one cool event in a full day and night of family fun and top sounds included in a major charity event on 29th August...


Salford Jets John McFadden and The Helmets El Vato
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 During the day, which runs from 10am til 5pm, there's going to be loads of activities, including appearances from Salford Reds and a bouncy castle, while in the evening there's a full gig starring Mike Sweeney and the Salford Jets, and Paul Bonney, of the Australian Pink Floyd Show, playing in a number of different line ups.

The full line up is...

  • Salford Jets
    The RSL Band - tributes from Kings of Leon to the Kinks, Coldplay to Cream 
    El Vato - `It's like an epic western movie; with guitars!'
    The Helmets - The Beatles and Free sounds
  • Duluth - Bob Bylan and The Band tributes
  • John McFadden - Irish and folk vibes

The event is to remember family and friends who have passed away and is in aid of The Christie Charitable Fund, Macmillan Cancer Support and the New Manchester Children's Hospital.  There's further ticket details on Facebook or e-mail  dcellwood@aol.com

The organisers are also looking for more teams of ten to join the Irwell indoor rowing event...

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