It’s Alright: A Celebration of Manchester’s Rave Heritage 1985-1995 at Number 70 Oxford Street

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It’s Alright: A Celebration of Manchester’s Rave Heritage 1985-1995 at Number 70 Oxford Street, Manchester 10 June 2017 Entrance is free — Visit now

It’s Alright is an immersive experience with curated spaces dedicated to celebratingManchester’s rave culture between 1985 and 1995: join a panel discussion, take part in a quiz or listen to tunes by some of Manchester’s finest DJs. The event will also be about documenting attendees’ memories of the places, music and the moments that meant the most to them for an exciting new research project led by Manchester Metropolitan University and Manchester District Music Archive – details of which will be unveiled at the event.

In addition, the night will also act as the exclusive launch of Manchester District Music Archive’s brand new device-responsive website, part of their current Heritage Lottery-funded project ‘Rebel Music: The Sound of Politics & Protest in Manchester’. Come and relive your memories of good music, great people, and a strong community with Andy Harris of Havoc and Rob Fletcher of Herbal Tea Party on the decks.

It’s Alright: A Celebration of Manchester’s Rave Heritage 1985-1995 at Number 70 Oxford Street, Manchester 10 June 2017 Entrance is free Visit now

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