MERGE CLOSED THEIR SERIES OF SUMMER OF LOVE 1988 EVENTS WITH A FESTIVAL OF 'ACID HOUSE'.
ARTISTS: DONNELLY BROTHERS and GIO-GOI
WHERE: OMEARA, FLAT IRON SQUARE
WHEN: THURSDAY 28 JUNE, 9.30 UNTIL 4AM
'This is Acid Baby' Mix by Trevor Fung
The Donnelly Brothers and Gio-Goi in collaboration with MERGE festival present:
MERGE Festival will close their series of events to celebrate the Summer Of Love 1988, with a festival of ‘Acid House’ music at Omeara in Flat Iron Square. Featuring DJ sets from some of the biggest names from rave including; Guy Called Gerald, Trevor Fung, Terry Farley, Nancy Noise, Evil Eddie Richards, Andy Carroll, X-Press 2 and Richard Norris.
An evening of ‘Acid House’ music at Omeara.
Donation on door - Limited capacity on a first come basis (wristbands will be issued)
Acid Hall. (Omeara)
21.30 - 22.30 Terry Farley
22.30 - 00.00 X-Press 2
00.00 - 01.15 Guy Called Gerald
01.15 - 02.40 Trevor Fung
02.40 - 04.00 Evil Eddie Richards
Acid Bar. (Cantina)
22.00 - 04.00 DJs on rotation - Chris Donnlley - Andy Carroll - Darren 808 State - Nancy Noise - Richard Norris.
With special thanks to Derek from Impeccable Agency for booking the artists, to the artists for agreeing to play at this special celebratory evening and to Matt from Smiley World for all his input.
About the artists:
The Donnelly Brothers
Anthony and Christopher Donnelly are the godfathers of the Manchester rave scene, notorious for organising the era’s biggest and best raves and creating the clothing brand Gio-Goi.
YOUTH CLUB Archive
The YOUTH CLUB Archive celebrate youth culture through curated events, exhibitions, collaborations and consultancy, and are working towards the goal to open the world’s first Museum of Youth Culture in London.
With special thanks to Derek from Impeccable Agency for booking the artists and to the artists for agreeing to play at this special celebratory evening.