In 2015, Heavenly Recordings will mark the beginning of their twenty-fifth anniversary with a very special weekend event at The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.

The event takes place over the weekend of 22nd- 25th January 2015 and to represent what has been a particularly active couple of years for the continuingly forward looking label, the event features a good number of their current roster.

As well as live music, the event will feature DJs and, in the 150-seater theatre that sits beside the Trades Club, the showing of two Heavenly Films, How We Used To Live and a rare screening of Lawrence Of Belgravia. The film event will also feature a Q&A with film-makers Paul Kelly and Bob Stanley.

The full line-up is as follows:

THURSDAY 22
Temples – The Wytches

FRIDAY 23
TOY – The Voyeurs – Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am

SATURDAY 24
Jimi Goodwin – Kid Wave – Mark Lanegan – Duke Garwood – Pete Wiggs and Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am

SUNDAY 25
Sunday matinee – Cherry Ghost – Eaves – Stealing Sheep – Hooton Tennis Club
Sunday in the theatre Heavenly Films present
Lawrence Of Belgravia – How We Used To Live – Q&A with Paul Kelly & Bob Stanley

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