With one eye on ‘A Heavenly Weekend In Hebden Bridge’
Duke Garwood, TOY, Temples and Hooton Tennis Club will headline a four-night festival in the famed music venue The Trades Club.
The Trades Club, which was built in 1923 by half a dozen trade unions, offered membership for just penny per week and it had a sprung dance-floor that remains today.
That dancefloor will again play host to the fine people of Heavenly Recordings who prepare to return to the northern town for their latest festival offering.
Still a socialist members club (the building is owned by the Labour Party) it acts a community hub that is also routinely voted as one of the top music venues in Britain, and regularly hosts international touring artists.Heavenly Recordings previously celebrated their 25th anniversary in January 2015 over a snowbound weekend in Hebden Bridge, featuring artists that included Mark Lanegan, Stealing Sheep, The Wytches, Jimi Goodwin, The Voyeurs, Cherry Ghost, plus film screenings and Q&A’s.
The post-industrial Pennine town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire is internationally recognised known as a place of creativity, free-thinking, music and literature – the perfect place to gather some of the most exciting bands on the Heavenly Recordings label.
A Heavenly Weekend In Hebden Bridge
Thursday January 19th 2016: Duke Garwood + M. Craft Friday January 20th 2016: Hooton Tennis Club + The Parrots + Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am Saturday January 21st 2016: Toy + H. Hawkline (solo) + Britain + Heavenly Jukebox DJs until 2am Sunday January 22nd 2016: Temples + Specials Guests