Come along to the NSPCC Soul Weekend Help Stop Child Cruelty In The Uk
The Riviera Hotel in Weymouth is a tremendous location for the NSPCC Soul weekend All Profits Fundraiser
On 22nd 23rd & 24th May 2020 a fantastic team of Djs will be assembled for this amazing event
facebook.com/nspccsoulweekend for complete info , hotel rooms at discount for the weekend 01305 836600 quote NSPCC SOUL WEEKEND first come first served only 90 rooms available so get in quickly
The Incredible Brit Funk Association takes main stage with Georgie B and Soulutions tbc
The NSPCC Soul Weekend is set to burst out with excitement in 2020 so get your palace booked using the early bird ticket
All-Star Brit Funk Supergroup featruring members of Beggar & Co, Hi-Tension, Central Line and ex-members of Light of the World & Incognito.
The Brit-Funk Association is a new project featuring musicians from Beggar & Co, Central Line, Hi-Tension and ex-members of Light of the World and Incognito to perform from each of the band's back catalogue such as 'Time', 'Somebody (Help Me Out)', 'Walking Into Sunshine', 'Hi-Tension', 'British Hustle', 'There's a Reason', 'I'm So Happy', 'London Town', 'Nature Boy', 'Everyday' and choice selections of band's that influenced them by acts such as Mass Production, Kool & The Gang, Roy Ayers Ubiquity and more. The Brit Funk Association recently released a new album 'Full Circle' on Expansion Records.
The Brit-Funk genre started in the late 1970's and was a catch-all phrase coined by Record Mirror Magazine's James Hamilton to describe the distinctive mix of jazz-fusion-funk-disco music being made by UK bands such as Level 42, Light of the World, Freeez, Shakatak, Central Line, Hi-Tension, Morrissey / Mullen, Second Image, Direct Drive, Linx and Incognito.
Over a year in the planning , Djs will be listed on the website
for further info www.nspccsoulweekend.com
With P.As and a Live Act
The Brit Funk Association is confirmed made up of 10 members from the cream of Light Of The World , Hi Tension , Beggar And Co , Incognito and Central Line
Georgie B of Second Image and The Groove Association has been confirmed
All Profit Goes To NSPCC, to help stop child cruelty in the UK is our cause
Facebook is an excellent social media platform to get the message out there , please help the NSPCC . If you have skills you think would help produce this incredible event join the facebook group and like the page facebook.com/nspccsoulweekend
If you do buy tickets you can rest assured that there are Children in the UK that have been supported by the NSPCC. By taking part in this event , the NSPCC can carry on protecting children and preventing abuse.
Book up now to secure your place for one of the most incredible Soul Events of the New Decade 2020
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