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La Discotheque announces Leeds and Manchester shows

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One of the country's leading disco events extends the party to a new city next year.

11th Dec 2017

Image: La Discotheque (Credit: JK Photography)

La Discotheque will host its first ever Leeds event in March 2018, not before it returns to Manchester's Albert Hall in February. 

The clubnight, which is renowned for its fabulous production including divine disco dancers and confetti cannons, has had a sensational 2017, welcoming the likes of Jocelyn Brown, Horse Meat Disco, Hercules & Love Affair and loads more funk authorities to its spiritual home in Manchester. 

For the next event at the Albert Hall on Saturday 10th February, La Discotheque welcomes Studio 54 legend Nicky Siano, who'll be debuting his Hallelujah Disco complete with live gospel choir. Also on the Manchester line up is house and disco don Prosumer, French house pioneers Cassius and party-starters Crazy P.

Leeds disco lovers are in for an almighty treat on Saturday 10th March, as the brand arrives at Canal Mills for the city's first La Disco instalment. Rare groove maestro Norman Jay will lead the proceedings, with Crazy P, Greg Wilson and PBR Streetgang all on hand to deliver the funk. 

La Discotheque tickets are available below. 

La Discotheque Manchester - Saturday 10th February

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