The long awaited and already sold out Castlefield Bowl event is now set for Saturday 25th September – but FAC51 are also heading to Depot Mayfield for a massive club event with The Warehouse Project later this year.
Marking the first performance of Hacienda Classical’s new soundtrack and production in Manchester, Depot Mayfield is now the only chance to catch Hacienda Classical in its home city in 2021.
Now entering its sixth year, Hacienda Classical has performed to audiences of well over half a million in person, with more reportedly tuning into its successful streams during 2020.
The collaboration between The Hacienda, Manchester Camerata, DJ Graeme Park and musical director, Tim Crooks has proved remarkably enduring, especially with the set being updated each year.
“After a year of frustration, I’m excited that Haçienda Classical is back to thrill the nation with positivity and love,” said Graeme.
“I’ve never been more ready to return to the stage with the whole crew to share the joy with some big new songs as well as some massive favourites too.
“I’m pretty sure the country is ready to share the love too.”
Hacienda Classical will again include orchestral renditions of much loved classic club records from The Hacienda’s heritage, bringing new additions and arrangements of seminal tracks to the set, adding to the repertoire of the tracks the show has produced.
“I’ve spent the past year thinking how incredible the post-lockdown gigs will feel, and the long wait is finally over,” said Tim.
“I can’t wait to feel the noise and see that pent-up energy explode. It’s going to be something very, very special…”.
The Hacienda Classical event with The Warehouse Project will take place at Depot Mayfield on Friday 12th November. Tickets are on sale Thursday 8th April 10am, and you can register now for pre-sale, Wednesday 7th April 10am, at fac51-thehacienda.com. All original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled Castlefield date.