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Riverside Rave in support of Lady Bay Primary School

A creative cohort of dad DJs, promoters and designer professionals have come together to give their time to create the Riverside Raves fundraiser. 

 

Mike Earl, founder of the Lady Bay Festival, is dad to Charlotte, Nancy and Martha, who all attend Lady Bay Primary School. He’s on a mission to create a fantastic event with the aim of raising £1,000 for the Lady Bay School Association (LBSA).

Mike has assembled a line-up for the Riverside Raves club night at Nottingham Boat Club on Saturday 18 November.

Featuring a live performance from Jilted Generation – covering all the Prodigy classics including Out of Space, Firestarter and Breathe.

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Plus, a line-up of superstar DJs including Lady Bay’s own Ben Wood from Bread and Lard cafe on Trent Boulevard, Paul Mills and Matt Francis. Tracks being spun will have something for everyone, from pop and disco to house and drum & bass.

Away from the dancefloor, British Street Food award winner PORCO will be outside the venue to satisfy those late-night munchies.

Tickets are available via gigantic.com at the link below and all proceeds from the event will fund equipment for music, arts and sport for the pupils at Lady Bay Primary School: https://www.gigantic.com/riverside-raves-tickets/nottingham-the-boat-club-trentside/2023-11-18-19-30

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