Graeme Park LIVE 80s V 90s

Legendary Hacienda DJ, and Mom’s Breakfast presenter Graeme Park will be celebrating the best of 80s and 90s dance music in a unique event coming to Oldham.

Graeme, who quickly became one of the biggest names on the emerging dance scene in the late 80s, will be hosting a huge 80s V 90s night on Friday 7th October.

Aside from his nine-year residency at The Haç, Graeme was one of the first British DJs to play places like Australia, South America, the USA, Asia and beyond, as well as producing and remixing tracks for the dancefloor, including The Brand New Heavies, Inner City, Eric B & Rakim, New Order, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and others.

Now, you’re invited to come off the fence, and firmly decide which decade was best – the 80s or the 90s.

Appearing alongside Parky on the night:

Kym Mazelle – ‘The First Lady of House’  Legendary vocalist: the voice of Soul II Soul’s ‘Missing You’, and ‘No More Tears’ with Jocelyn Brown.  Her cover of ‘Young Hearts Run Free’ was a massive hit in 1994.

Tina Cousins – 90s Dance Legend.  Tina’s career spiralled after she appeared on Sash’s international hit ‘Mysterious Times’ in 1997.  Two follow up singles ‘Pray’ and ‘Killing Time’ were also top 20 hits in the UK in 1998.

Becki De Funk – Live DJ set featuring house and deep disco

Matt Black – Live DJ set featuring commercial dance, hip-hop and house

If you were clubbing in the 80s to New Order, Black Box, and Chaka Khan, OR sweating in the 90s to Daft Punk, Fatboy Slim or Ultra Nate – then it’s time to put your money where your mouth is and shout for the biggest decade!

Hear 90s dance anthems and 80s club classics from the DJs and performers who were there.

To get tickets for a huge night of dance, remixes, and nostalgia – click or tap www.80sv90s.co.uk and for one night only –  grab your mates, and party like you did back in the day.

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