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Funkylove comes to Manchester Pride

Funkylove comes to Manchester Pride

Funkylove is coming from Leeds to the Manchester pride for this very special "one off" party.

The music policy is vocal funkyhouse & Classics house music.. If anyone loved the sounds from Paradise Factory, Essential, Sunday Spirit, Queer Bar, Danceteria, Manto Bar, Breakfast club then they will love this night!

We have a very special live PA Performance from the gorgeous Soraya Vivian who has sang many songs from the early HedKandi & Fierce Angel days and she will be singing the following tracks on the night.

* NOBODIES BUSINESS

* IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND

* HEAVEN

* LOVE IS THE MUSIC

We also have some local know DJ's on board along with 2 legendary guests (Tony Walker & David Dunne) Tony is resident for the mighty Federation and David is a manchester hero who was resident at Hacienda & Paradise Factory.

We will be collecting money on the night for the Manchester Homeless Project and donating any money we make profit to these fabulous guys after we have covered all our overheads etc etc.

We are starting the event at 9pm and have the option to run onto 7am (crowd dependant) but, At the moment its advertised till 6am.;

We have now sold all our earlybird tickets and the final release £10 Tickets can be found on skiddle. Below are the links for the event and tickets.

FUNKYLOVE PRESENTS - SORAYA VIVIAN (LIVE PA PERFORMANCE)

Tickets are already available via the link below.

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Published: 6-Jul-2017

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