2 years after the tragic death of Jo Cox, a night of music, speakers, spoken word artists and live art is coming to Northern Quarter on Friday 15th June.
Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, Charli XCX, Coldplay, Lianne La Havas, Royal Blood and Kwabs are among the artists backing the relaunched Love Music Hate Racism campaign. You have probably seen photos of them wearing the famous Love Music Hate Racism logo and t-shirts.
The campaign is finally coming to Huddersfield with a special gig. Organised by singer and music producer Pat Fulgoni, the night promises to bring together different forms of performance for the common cause of combating racism in the music industry. The evening also commemorates former Batley & Spen MP Jo Cox, who was tragically killed two years ago.
Among the performers at the event are reggae duo Logan and Manley, soul and electro group Winachi Tribe, Savvy aka Asaviour, Pat Fulgoni himself, and many more.
The event starts at 8pm, and tickets are £3 for concessions and £4 for adults on the door.
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Friday, June 15
28 – 30 Wood Street,
8 PM – 3 AM £4/£3