Supported by Redbull, a host of local DJ’s will take to the stage of the Redbull DJ Truck with guests invited to come and enjoy some free drinks, with a specially curated welcome cocktail and dance through the afternoon.
Wristbands will be given to all people who attend this party for the FREE afterparty at Gorilla of the premiere, happening at HOME Cinema on Saturday May 26th, that will host a line-up of current DJs and producers from Krysko and Greg Lord, James Holroyd, Blasha & Allatt, Strange Riddims, Sno (Banana Hill), Bad Fun DJs, and Javi Senz.
As many previous films have documented the early history of house music in the city, Manchester Keeps On Dancing has a focus on the current scene, and features footage and interviews around nights and venues such as HomoElectric, The Warehouse Project, Soup Kitchen, Zutekh and many more. Making this not only an important study of the history, but what it means to the city today and looking to the future.
The Manchester premiere of Manchester Keeps on Dancing will be screened as part of Doc N Roll Film Festival on Saturday May 26th.
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