Delighted to announce May Day Festival Of Solidarity returns to The Old School House in Barnsley over the weekend of May 5th/6th bringing together voices from culture and politics to celebrate International Worker’s Day.
The festival co-run by Hurriers-frontman Tony Wright and myself is now in its third year and we are very excited to bring you a PHENOMENAL bill of music featuring Merry Hell, The Wakes, TV Smith, Headsticks, The Moods, Under A Banner, Reg Meuross, Chuck SJ Hay, Ribbon Road, Tracey Curtis, Quiet Loner, Rebekah Findlay and, being as how we’re there anyway, The Hurriers and Joe Solo; we also have poetry from Laura Taylor, Kevin Titterton, Matt McAteer and Poetry On The Picket Line; plus a performance by the peerless Ian Saville The Marxist Magician.
And as always we welcome guest speakers from a range of unions and campaigning groups at the forefront of the fight for social justice and worker’s rights.
Tickets are priced £15 for a day or £20 for the full weekend, and are available on this link:
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It will be great to pack the place once again and pull together for the cause.