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SALFORD ALL DAY DJ FESTIVAL
 

Star date: 26th May 2010

TOO MANY DJs STARRING PETER HOOK
Friday 28th May 11am-late Entrance by donation to Christies Appeal
@ Bar Yours and The Pav
Salford University Students Union

11 DJs, including Peter Hook and David Dunne, will slap up Salford University's students union bars this Friday with an all day music festival split between two venues – the Pav on Cromwell Road and Bar Yours in the main University Campus…

Full details here…


TOO MANY DJs – THE LINE UPS

THE PAV, Cromwell Road, Salford 7
4pm til 1am

4pm-5pm - Blendmaster Segue (Silky)

5pm-6pm James Storr - (Silky)

6pm-7pm Les B Avenue (Silky)

7pm-8pm Peter Hook (Hacienda/Factory)

8pm-9pm The Baron (Silky)

9pm-11pm David Dunne (Hed Kandi/Triple Dee/Galaxy)

11pm-close Danny Mac (Silky/Factory)

Pav Bar – Shock Radio DJs

BAR YOURS, University House, near the sports hall in the main campus 11am-4pm

11am-1pm Blendmaster Segue (Silky)
1pm-2pm Shaun de Bauch (Silky)
2pm-3pm Danny Mac (Silky/Factory)
3pm-4pm White Coffee (SUBBS)
4pm-5pm Les B Avenue (Silky)
5pm-6pm James Storr (Sankeys/Re-chord)

Entrance is by Student ID card or being signed in by a student (to get guest list e-mail silkyproductions@yahoo.com

Entry donation to the Christies Appeal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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