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HACIENDA CHRISTMAS PARTY AT THE WAREHOUSE PROJECT
 

Star date: 26th November 2017

HOOKY, KEVIN SAUNDERSON, GREG WILSON AND MORE AT HAC PARTY

Hacienda Christmas Party
Saturday 30th December 8pm-5am
The Warehouse Project £29.50

American DJs join forces with original Hacienda groove spinners for the Hac Christmas Party at The Warehouse Project. The line-up includes Salford's Peter Hook, yanks Todd Terry and Kevin Saunderson, and Hac stalwarts Graeme Park, A Guy Called Gerald, Greg Wilson and Justin Robertson.

Full details here...


The Hacienda Christmas Party is back at The Warehouse Project for the first time in three years, with a fab line-up of DJs from the original Hac daze and from the States.

The Party, on Saturday, 30th December running from 8pm to 5am, has, all the way from SalfordPeter Hook on the decks, plus, from the States, Danny Tenaglia, Todd Terry and Kevin Saunderson.

Saunderson was the main man behind Inner City anthems, Good Life and Big Fun, while Todd Terry re-mixes produced zillions of dance hits blending garage, hip hop and techno...

"The Hacienda was always a classic feeling kind of venue" says Kevin Saunderson "Even then it was obviously very historical and had been around for a few years. What I remember most is that it was all about the music and that gave it one of the greatest atmospheres I've experienced in a club."

Todd Terry adds: "The club was always exciting. What was great for me was that I always got a chance to break new records, laying down new tunes such as Weekend, Bango and Orange Lemon's Dreams of Santa Anna which the crowd took to straight away. That gave me real confidence in the material.

"Every time I visit Manchester, the city is always vibrant" he adds "People are always ready to party there and it has a unique vibe to it that doesn't compare to anywhere else."

Also on the line-up are Hac stalwarts Graeme Park, A Guy Called Gerald, Greg Wilson, Danny Rampling, Justin Robertson, Allister Whitehead, Tom Wainwright and Russ, with more to be announced.

"I'm looking forward to it for sure" says Saunderson "Get ready for a combination of classic tracks and music from the future. Some bits of house, lots of techno, 'cause that's who I am!"

Hacienda Christmas Party
Saturday 30th December 8pm-5am
The Warehouse Project

Tickets £29.50 plus booking fee – click here for more details and to book

Caroline Gray wrote
at 19:05:32 on 28 November 2017
sounds cool ..oops think to old ..still love music ..do not like a lot of new stuff
 
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