THE ACCLAIMED PRODUCTION HOLDS A RECORD BREAKING SIXTH CONCERT AT CASTLEFIELD BOWL, MANCHESTER JULY 2022 AND RETURNS TO LONDON’S ROYAL ALBERT HALL MAY 2022
Friday 13th May 2022 Royal Albert Hall, London
Hacienda Classical & K Klass Live, DJ Paulette
Friday 8th July 2022 Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
Hacienda Classical & Soul II Soul Live,
DJ’s Paulette, Peter Hook & Tom Wainwright
Tickets on sale Friday 19th November 2021 at 930AM – gigst.rs/Hacienda
2022 marks four decades since FAC51 The Hacienda first flung open its doors back in 1982, transforming the run-down Central Manchester yacht showroom into what has become one of the most iconic and influential nightclubs in history.
The Hac chronicled the emergence of indie to the mid 80’s and then redefined club culture as the scene adapted to the emerging dance music sounds of the UK and the US changing the cultural soundtrack.
Considered the UK’s cathedral of house music and then epicentre of the “Madchester” scene, The Hacienda continues to inspire generations new and old, producing world class events that remain true to the ethos and integrity that guided the original club.
Celebrating forty years of The Hacienda all across 2022, our first Hacienda Classical events to be announced include Hacienda Classical back at Castlefield Bowl Manchester Friday 8th July 2022 for what has now become our annual homecoming party, sold out year on year and now taking place for a record six times.
The full Castlefield line up sees Soul II Soul live with DJ’s Paulette, Peter Hook and Tom Wainwright.
Also a much awaited return to London’s Royal Albert Hall takes place on Friday 13th May 2022, our fifth at the prestigious venue having sold out our previous four visits.
The Royal Albert Hall show sees Hacienda Classical joined by K Klass live and DJ Paulette.
Tickets for both dates go sale Friday 19th November 2021 at 930AM here – http://gigst.rs/Hacienda
Both events see Graeme Park, Manchester Camerata orchestra, Musical Director Tim Crooks and guests take to the stage performing next year’s new set put together and produced for each year’s performances.
With all previous Hacienda Classicals at both venues fully selling out tickets are expected to be in high demand.
Taking in well known favourites and new versions of club classics all mixed continuously into one non-stop set, Hacienda Classical is now entering its seventh year and has performed to audiences nearing 750.000, with more reportedly tuning into our recent successful streams.
The collaboration between The Hacienda, Manchester Camerata, DJ Graeme Park and musical director, Tim Crooks has proved remarkably enduring, especially with the revisions and renewals made year on year to the set.
“It’s amazing for myself and Hacienda Classical to be back at Castlefield Bowl for our sixth show and also our fifth appearance at Royal Albert Hall. It’s astonishing what we’ve all achieved since 2016 and I’m really proud of everyone who’s taken part. To see it going from strength to strength makes all us very proud.” Graeme Park
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About Hacienda Classical
Hacienda Classical has well outperformed any expectations at the outset and has seen tremendous reactions from audiences and critics many of who have awarded the show five stars, even at the very first Bridgewater Hall show, The Times gave it top marks declaring that “the atmosphere was incredible.”