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THE DUKE OF WELLY REUNION
Mike Sweeney & the Salford Jets,
The Trend,
The Fast Cars

UPDATE !!! TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE
Ring 01745 338977 (this is a standard landline)
Friday 26th/27th May 2017
Swinton Palais.

This is the news that all live music lovers from the 1970s / 1980s around the North West of England has been waiting for, and I am so excited and very proud to be able to announce this very special occasion.
As a young man I spent most of my youth watching and listening to the groups that performed at the ‘Welly’ (Duke of Wellington) and other venues in and around the Greater Manchester area.
Each band had their own individuality and unique flair and it wasn’t just me that thought that, because every venue they played was always a sell-out, I was lucky to have toured with the Salford Jets as one of their road crew.
I have long wished to go back in time and re-live the old days of great live music from these bands that appeared at this once fantastic live venue…the Duke of Wellington.
Well here it is, for one more time…..our very own ‘DUKE OF WELLY REUNION’ !
Friday 26th May, 2017,
I am proud to announce that you can be part of it and enjoy the company of…..
Mike Sweeney & the Salford Jets,
The Trend,
The Fast Cars.
All three bands have kindly and enthusiastically agreed to go for it one more time, and supplying the music in-between is the DJ that introduced them in stage and also worked there….Mike Prince.
The new Swinton Palais on Station Road
(the old Wishing Well / Oliver’s) will be the venue where it will happen on Friday 26th/27th May 2017.
Please keep checking this page as more details will be announced and a press release will be launched in March 2017.
In the meantime, spread the word.
Please ‘LIKE’ this page and SHARE, SHARE, SHARE. !
This is a reunion not to be missed because nobody thought this could happen, BUT IT WILL HAPPEN.
Come and join me for a great evening of fantastic live music from four of the best live bands in the North West.
Tony Mercer

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