Matt and Phreds to host ‘Love Music Hate Racism’ fundraising show

An evening of live music dedicated to spreading a clear message of anti racism is coming to Manchester at the end of this month.

By Manchester's Finest | 10 November 2021

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Love Music Hate Racism is a grass roots anti-racism campaign, which also acts as a showcase of incredible national talent.

It’s received support from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Jess Glynne, Loyle Carner, Rita Ora, Stormzy and a whole host of other familiar musicians.

The Manchester show, which is happening on Sunday 28th November, will bring together a series of stellar artists, all of whom have been united by the organisation’s stance against racism and a belief that music has the potential to bring people from all different backgrounds together in solidarity.

The evening’s full line-up is below:

–JSD & Prima
–Yemi Bolatiwa

The tour will extend to 12 shows in 12 months, across other UK cities including Glasgow, Huddersfield, London, Cambridge and Swansea.

Tickets are available to purchase now. If you can’t make it to the event, a JustGiving page has also been set up, with funds going back into the organisation’s work in the fight against racism.


Love Music Hate Racism

Venue: Matt & Phreds
Date: Sunday 28th November
Cost: £5

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