The first ever MAY DAY FESTIVAL OF SOLIDARITY will take place between 12pm and 10pm on SUNDAY MAY 1ST 2016 at BARNSLEY ROCK & BLUES VENUE, S75 2BA.
The festival will be a celebration of International Worker’s Day, bringing together Socialist voices from up and down the land.
Musicians and poets will join speakers from unions and campaigning groups all coming together in the spirit of unity and defiance.
The two-stage line-up includes: Grace Petrie, The Wakes, The Black Lamps, Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers, Lizzie Nunnery & Vidar Norheim, The Hurriers, Steve White & The Protest Family, Headsticks, Alun Parry, Sheffield Socialist Choir, Quiet Loner, Serious Sam Barrett and Joe Solo with more to be added.
Tickets are £10 with a donation from each going to Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign. They are available from:
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MAY DAY FESTIVAL OF SOLIDARITY will take place at:
THE OLD SCHOOL HOUSE, S75 2BA.
The venue is located near Barnsley District General Hospital on the junction of Blackburn Lane and Summer Lane, Barnsley just five minutes drive from Junction 37 of the M1 and a ten minute walk from the town centre.
Telephone: 01226 288395
Tickets for MAY DAY FESTIVAL OF SOLIDARITY are £10 with a donation going to Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign from every one sold.
They are available from:
All money raised will go to the bands and artists supporting us.
We are entirely not for profit.