One of the North West’s legendary and most popular music promoters of the soul genre, Dave ‘Spider’ Cyrus (pictured above with Clinton Brown) is one of the brainchilds along with Clinton behind one of the region’s biggest Soul weekends of the year being held next month.
The Bolton Weekender returns for a second time on Saturday 20th & Sunday July 21st with an award-winning line-up of DJ talent.
Colin ‘Bigger’ Bartlett, Fitzroy Anthoney Facey, Jon Jules, Victor Anderson, Pete Mello, Dee DeeMure, Sara Jane Rundel, Eamonn Lorimer, DJ Looney, DJ Del Boy, Warren Jay, Soul Nostalgia, Paul Mac, Ian Smith, Gordon West, Tony Shawcross, Geoff Allman, Natural Mystic, Nigel Parker, DJ Mac-3 and Roger Moore lead the talent on show with guest live performers to be announced soon.
Cyrus believes the Weekender will bring a very welcome addition to the region’s already impressive roster of summer soul nights. “We’ve got some great soul events here in the North West but there’s an appetite for more. The DJ talent draws on some of the finest in the UK and likewise, ticket sales are moving nicely because of UK demand. It’s going to be a great weekend of tunes judging from all the positive feedback.
"I also need to make special mention of Susan Harrison, Rex Mason and Ria Greenhalgh who are dedicating a huge amount of their time, energy and passion to make the Weekender possible. Likewise, there are also many others around the UK who have been working hard behind the scenes and on social media for the Soul Cartel and Bolton Weekender cause and we salute you too."
For tickets and information, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/soul-cartel-bolton-weekender-tickets-56365248977
"The DJ talent draws on some of the finest in the UK and likewise, ticket sales are moving nicely because of UK demand. "
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