Origins of House: Summer Block Party

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Meraki

3 Dickson Street

Liverpool

L3 7EB

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BlackFest is inviting you to celebrate the origins of House Music at a Summer Block party.

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BlackFest is inviting you to celebrate the origins of House Music at a Summer Block party.

We have been tracing its roots in African spirituality and the sanctity it has provided for marginalised people in Black and Queer communities.

We will take you on a historical music journey from vinyl to digital, with classic house tunes and the launch of our very own original song.

This is a block party you won’t want to miss with an energetic host, DJ sets from Girls Dont Sync and a Retro Vinyl Battle of the DJ’s Hosted by DJ Jay Blades (with a cash prize of £100!)

There will be live performances from Sub Blue, Shak Omar, Tabitha Jade, Remee, Vivi, Royzy and Leetz.

Ticket prices: Full price: £20 // Concession price: £15

VENUE: Meraki, 3 Dickson St, Liverpool L3 7EB

1pm til late

MORE INFO: info@blackfest.co.uk


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BlackFest is a grassroots Liverpool Black arts festival founded in 2018. It showcases an eclectic mix of work from Black creatives, across community spaces and established venues. The program includes dance, visual arts, music, film, spoken word and theatre. The Festival answers a crucial need in the city’s cultural offering, celebrating Black arts and bridging the gap between institutions and the marginalised communities they represent. In 2019 BlackFest will encompass active conversations and collaborations with established arts organisations. 


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