Warrington will boogie the night away this February as two fantastic music events come to Parr Hall, giving everyone the chance to put on their dancing shoes at 70s Disco and feel the rhythm at Northern Soul.
Returning to the fabulous venue of Parr Hall for the third time, 70s Disco has proven itself to be an unforgettable night. On Friday 12 February, this will be an unmissable occasion for fans of the disco era who are still obsessed with glitter and big hair.
National DJs will be playing original vinyl, bringing back the sounds of Billy Ocean, Barry White, Edwin Starr, Chairmen of the Board, Bay City Rollers, Detroit Spinners, Donna Summer, Three Degrees, Chic, Kool & The Gang, T. Rex, Sister Sledge, and many more.
For those who shunned the disco balls for the rhythm and blues, Northern Soul will up right up their alley. Some of the country’s greatest legends of the northern soul genre will grace the stage at Parr Hall on Saturday 13 February.
A hybrid of American soul music and distinctive dance styles, the genre is still popular almost half a century later and this event will surely get Warrington dancing in the aisles.
Join the company of Ian Gee, John Vincent, Des Jones, Moz Arnold and Pete Eccles as they spin vinyl all night long. Relive the glory days and be transported right back to legendary venues such as the Twisted Wheel in Manchester.
It might be cold outside but as the Bee Gees said, you should be dancing – so don’t miss these fantastic nights out.