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30th September 2014

Preview: RBMA presents DJ Harvey

DJ Harvey is in town on 24th October

The legendary DJ Harvey is set to play the Albert Hall on Friday 24th October as part of a Red Bull Music Academy tour.

As an originator of the influential and exciting Black Cock label, Harvey is one of the finest names in disco. Expect to be treated to a highly danceable and euphoric set in one of Manchester’s most special venues. The Albert Hall is a Grade II listed building, not your average club.

The renowned selector is a Mancunion favourite, having received rave write ups in our Bestival and Dekmantel reviews this Summer. Don’t miss out on a chance to see this master in action.

Tickets are priced at tiers of £18/£20/£22.50 and are on sale now here.

You can read a feature we ran on RBMA earlier this year here.


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