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Manchester Soul Festival Hundred Club

Become part of the Manchester Soul Festival Hundred Club.

Photography by Enna Bartlett Photography. Copyright © Enna Bartlett 2016

The Manchester Soul Festival was born out of the determination of one man who wanted to give a little something back to the people who looked after him when he was ill. These people were the staff and doctors at The Christie Hospital.

All he wanted to do was get a few DJs, bands and solo artists to play his beloved soul and Motown music to try and raise some money. This quickly escalated into many people wishing to get involved and the Manchester Soul Festival was born.

In the past two years we have raised over £40,000 for The Christie and hope to continue raising these vital funds in coming years.


The Manchester Soul Festival Hundred Club is our aim to create partnerships with businesses within the City and have as many people as possible on-board supporting The Christie.

Anyone that donates over £100 via The Manchester Soul Festival Just Giving page will automatically be enrolled into the club. We are hoping to get one hundred club members meaning that £10,000 is going straight to The Christie on top of all the wristband purchases and donations on the day!


How to be a Club member:

Donate over £100 via The Manchester Soul Festival Just Giving page. Make sure you leave a comment with your business name and a message to say you’re a Hundred Club contributor.

Let’s see if we can ensure that every band, DJ and solo artist has their own sponsor recognising the free time they have given to the festival!

The deadline for being a Club member will be 27 July 2017 to ensure we can collate names and add onto the banner.


Benefits of being a Club member:

  • Business logo on Hundred Club banner at the Manchester Soul Festival with audiences of over 40,000 people
  • Making a valued contribution to the work of The Christie charity
  • Allocation of a band, DJ or solo artist to give you shout-outs on the day
  • Business logo in the event programme handed out to every person attending on the day


Your contribution to the festival is greatly appreciated by The Printworks and most importantly The Christie charity. ALL the money raised at the festival from wristband sales and donations goes directly to The Christie.

Thank you.


Hundred Club Members include:

  1. Treadright Tyres
  2. Rick Allan and Team at Access-Ability Uk Ltd
  3. Paul Kidd and Mike Kirkham of K2 Property Stockport
  4. Paul Kidd and Mike Kirkham of Georgie Porgies Nursery Ltd
  5. The Twisted Wheel Club
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