May Day Festival of Solidarity returns this weekend with a stellar bill of music, poetry and speeches to celebrate International Worker’s Day.
The event was started last year by Hurriers-frontman Tony Wright and myself, and has been etched in my memory as one of the most fantastic days of music and camaraderie I have ever known. This year we have doubled in size, though we hope to maintain the spirit of togetherness which defined 2016’s event and forge new bonds for the fights ahead.
The venue is The Old School House in Barnsley and doors open at 1.30pm with music soon after and wall-to-wall til late. We still have tickets available on the door for both days so please pop along and join us.
I mean, just look at that bill!
See you there x