Rave Against Racism 2015

Friday 26th to Saturday 27th June 2015
The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AA, England MAP
£15 for a weekend ticket
last updated: Wed 27th May 2015

Rave Against Racism is a completely non-profit organisation that aims to raise awareness about racism and the current rise of the far right in the UK and Europe.

Rave Against Racism Festival takes place at Birmingham's Custard Factory, on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June 2015.

Line-up

The line-up for the day includes live acts 2 Billion Beats, Automaton, Culture Dub Orchestra, and Single Mum. Plus a line-up of DJs including Andy YamWho Midnight Riot Records, Adam Regan Leftfoot, B15 Project, Bambino aka Superbamz, Beck&Bird This Is Tmrw, Ben Shenton Mind Fair, Bentley Rhythm Ace, Crimes of the Future, Danny Mekanik Wonk Nation, Deano Farrino Magic Door, Deep City Soul, DJ Spats, DJ X, Don Carlos, Discomendments, Free School, Funk D'Void, Gary Ward (Uber), Gez Varley (LFO), Glenn Aston, Jakkin Rabbit, Jam Jah Sound, Jah Hamma Sound System & Cheshire Cat, Jeremy Sylvester, Jock Lee, Jonnie Greaves, Kenny Redz (Promised Land), Lee Marks, Leftside Wobble, Leo Zero, Mark Rae Music, Mark Archer (Nexus 21), Mr Switch - World DJ Champion, No Fakin No FaKin DJs, Our Friends Eclectic ( Chris Bridge & Steve Bignell), Peza, Problematic Disko, Redbeard, Rich Lane Cotton Bud, Richard Buckley, Robert Johnston (Great Outdoors), Rob Mello, Sam Redmore, Secret Life Music (Pete Gooding & Phil Dockerty), Sir Real, Sticky Joe, Ste Hodges KAT Records, Steffan Taylor Coloré, Steve Cobby (Fila Brazillia), Tomo Won (Silver Dollar), Timmy Vegas, The Deviant (futurepast zine), Truth & Lies Music, Unique 3, Whomanity Crew, Winston Hazel (Forgemasters), Young Warrior, and ZipDUp Second City.

Tickets

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£15 for a weekend ticket

Spirit

Rave Against Racism call on everyone involved in clubbing in all its guises to join forces and take a stand against racism. All DJs, producers, records labels, artists, promoters, press and clubbers involved aim to show racism will not be tolerated.

On site

Expect also 8Bit Lounge, retro gaming, AV and music from Chromatouch, Subcitizen and friends. Spoken word and poetry with Stephen Morrison-Burke, Unhindered Reign, Ddotti Bluebell, Jasmine Gardosi, Antony R Owen, Sammy Joe, Kamil Mahmood, Carys Matic, Angie Belcher, and Kurly McGeachi.

Accommodation

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 26th to Saturday 27th June 2015
The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4AA, England MAP
£15 for a weekend ticket
last updated: Wed 27th May 2015


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