Following a successful first year in 2015, raising over £22,500 for The Christie, The Manchester Soul Festival returned on Sunday Bank Holiday August. Eight live bands, nine trio and solo artists and 34 DJ’s played soul, northern and motown music to huge crowds. It was a fantastic event full of music, dancing, raising money for a worthy charity and of course remembering everyone who has been and still is affected by this terrible disease. One person that wasn’t forgotten was the late Frank Byrne who founded this festival and the main stage was named after him in his memory.
Thank you to everyone who attended and donated and we can’t wait to see how much money we raised!
In the words of soulies…Keep the Faith!
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