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Acid house anthems with a brass band to be dropped on the Flag Market

Posted on - 25th April, 2017 - 8:05pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Events, Nightlife, Preston City Centre
This should get your Bank Holiday weekend off to a good start
This should get your Bank Holiday weekend off to a good start

Preston’s Flag Market is being turned into an outdoor arena with one of the North West’s top DJs.

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Acid House Brass Band perform once DJ Dave Haslam spins the tunes during Friday night.

A stage is being set up on the balcony of the Harris Museum and Art Gallery.

The free show is open to all and Acid Brass is the brainchild of Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller fusing acid house anthems with the sound of a traditional brass band – the Fairey Brass Band.

acid brass from jeremy deller on Vimeo.

The performance is part of the Harris Museum’s Dance First, Think Later Contemporary Art Programme and is supported by Arts Council England, Lancashire County Council and Friends of the Harris Museum and Art Gallery.

All ages are welcome. There’s no need to book.

The concert runs from 7pm to 9pm.

You can see more details on the Guild City website.

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