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SALFORD MUSIC COOPERATIVE PARTY
 

Star date: 29th May 2010

BANK HOLIDAY LAUNCH FOR SALFORD MUSIC CO-OP
May 30th and 31st 6pm onwards
King's Arms
Bloom St, Salford 
£4 advance for both nights or £5 per night on the door

Sunday night features Death To The Strange, John Herring, Violet Bones, Briggzy, Unguarded Moment and Push Kodi. While Monday night features Whipcord, The Brink, Sandbox, Mr Heart, China White and The Abstracts.

More details here…


The Salford Music Cooperative was born in March this year with the aim of bringing a bit of cultural fair trade to the music scene and to showcase some of our city's ace bands.

Having played a showcase at Sounds From The Other City earlier this month, this party at the King's Arms marks the official launch.

 "Our goal is to bring together a membership of people involved in and around the music industry in order to support the development of grass roots music in Salford" the Co-op states "It's a project aimed at making the most of the venues within Salford so that musicians can share experiences and skills and turn the city into a hub for musical performance. The Cooperative is a not-for-profit venture and looks to invest back into the community of Salford by putting on events and developing a vibrant music scene."

From Briggzy's rap to the electronic folk of Death To The Strange to singer songwriter John Herring, the launch should be two top nights. A proper Salford party…

May 30th and 31st 6pm onwards
King's Arms
Bloom St, Salford 
£4 advance for both nights (tickets from King's Arms bar) or £5 per night on the door.

Find the Salford Music Cooperative on Facebook

The Salford Music Cooperative also meets the second Tuesday of every month at The Crescent Pub on The Crescent.

 

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