Manchester's Restaurant and Bar Owners Battle over Turntables for Charity

In aid of Action Against Hunger, the owners of many of Manchester's top known and loved bars and restaurants are joining together in an epic DJ Battle.

By Manchester's Finest | Last updated 6 November 2018

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Wednesday 7th November -Tariff & Dale – Manchester

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The owners from a diverse range of venues, including Karina Jashav From Menagerie, Neil Macleod from Albert Schloss and Simon Shaw, Chef Patron of El Gato Negro and Canto, are hoping to channel their inner Grandmaster Flash.

Other owners on the decks are from Tariff and Dale, Crazy Pedro’s, Arcane, Tampopo, Almost Famous and more are also getting involved on the decks.

Round 1, this round will showcase each DJ ‘skills’ with a 10 minute free flow set of any music, any genre and any style. If you qualify, you will then battle for best audience reaction track for track and a place in the final.

The ultimate challenge will then see the finalists showcasing their music knowledge and mixing talents.

Assuring the skills are top notch, Unabombers, aka Justin and Luke from Refuge by Volta will lead the commentary and punditry chaired by Adam Binnersley from Mojo.

Through ticket sales and raffle on the night of raffle sales, the event is aiming to raise £10,000, for the Action Against Hunger.

Prizes include a cocktail masterclass and a 3-course meal for 10 people at the Alchemist, VIP Parklife tickets and Camden Brewery tour. In addition, all profits from the evening will be donated by Tariff & Dale.

Action Against Hunger has a long-standing association with the Food and Drink industry through events. “This event is a chance to raise money and awareness of the charity and for those that are far less fortunate. The support from across the industry has been phenomenal and is just one little way to give a little a back.”

Tariff & Dale,2 Tariff Street, Manchester, M1 2FF
0161 710 2233