opzioni binarie live 0161 Festival is an anti-fascist benefit festival run in Manchester, United Kingdom. It was set up to raise money for anti-fascist and anti-racist activities both throughout the U.K. and abroad. Recent history has shown us where hate can lead: from violent disturbances in Greece and many other countries suffering economic difficulties, to physical abuse on the streets in Barking and Dagenham in 2012 and still occurring now in 2017. It is more important than ever to stand united together against the hate and vitriol that is sweeping across Europe. With a huge variety of music, films, and other activities going on over the weekend, there is something for everyone to enjoy. We aim to show that regardless of the music you like, or where you come from, that we are all united under the anti-fascist banner.

It’s really important to us that we continue having the festival and we are growing every year, and bringing in more and more people. We are community based and link up as much as we can with local youth throughout the year. The aim of the festival, since the start has been to bring people from the community and further afield to join together in solidarity against racism and fascism. To all stand together, as one, no matter who you are or where you come from. For a long time, anti-fascist and anti-racist benefit gigs and events have been very much part of a ‘clique’ and not engaging with people from different backgrounds and communities. We started the festival to change that, to have music from all over the world, people from all walks of life.

binäre optionen broker aus deutschland The principal of the festival since the beginning has always been to donate any of the money that is made after paying for bands and running costs to groups fighting against racism in their communities across Europe. We are a strictly not for profit organisation whose main aim is to help and support those in need.

Day by Day breakdown

source url Thursday 14th June

Manchester’s anti-fascist, radical and working class history tour. Weaved within the walk will be stories about the Peterloo Massacre, Spanish Civil War and the role of the International Brigades, birth of the vegetarian movement, Chartism, Women’s Suffrage and Manchester’s links to Engels and Marx. As well as poignant visits to famous victories for Manchesters militant anti-fascists. This will all be depicted alongside ordinary Mancunians living their lives in historic and contemporary Manchester.

Tours to run at 12:00 and 16:00. Tickets £5, limited to 20 per tour. Approx. time 2 hours.

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  • Friday 15th June

    Special Irish Folk Punk Night!
    Doors – 18:00 Day Ticket – £10.00
    Neck, Matildas Scoundrels, KilnAboy, Run Out The Guns, Joe Yorke.

    After parties;

    Zombie Shack (City Centre) – D’n’B / Grime / Hip-hop
    Indigo (Withington) – 2Tone / Ska / Reggae

    see Saturday 16th June

    All day gig (Acoustic stage 14:00 – 21:30)
    Doors – 13:00 Day Ticket – £15.00

    Stage Bottles, Fatal Blow, Brigadir (Rus), Hagar The Womb, Habemus Papam (Eus), Dawn Ray’d, Cress, Minor Discomfort Band, Yoghurt Weavers

    After parties;

    Zombie Shack (City Centre) – D’n’B / Grime / Hip-hop
    Indigo (Withington) – 2Tone / Ska / Reggae

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    All day gig (Acoustic stage 14.00-21.30)
    Doors – 13:00 Day Ticket – £15.00

    Special Guest TBA, The Bois (Sin), Burning Flag, Spanner, The Negatives, Jenny Goes Sick, Old Radio, Regicidal, Crocodile God, Burning From The Inside

    After Parties;

    Zombie Shack (City Centre) – Oi! / Ska / Punk
    Thirsty Scholar (City Centre) – Acoustic / Reggae / 2Tone

    Ticket information

    Weekend Ticket – £35

    Day tickets;
    Friday – £10.00
    Saturday – £15.00
    Sunday – £15.00

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    General Info

    Venue address – St Kentigerns, 36 Wilbraham Road, Manchester, M14 7DW, England

    Affordable hotels – Luther King House, Lansdowne Hotel, Hatters Hostel, Youth Hostel Association Manchester, Rams Lodge, Chancellors Hotel, Ibis Budget, The Willowbank Hotel.

    All night buses from city centre to venue – 41, 42, 43, 142, 143 (£1.50 single)

    Local Taxi – 0161 434 7771 (New City), 0161 833 4141 (Union Cars)