Friends of MSF presents: BEATS WITHOUT BORDERS

Kraak Gallery

Thursday, 19 Mar 2015 at 11:00pm - Friday, 20 Mar 2015 at 4:00am


Display_poster

Tickets

No tickets currently available

Friends of Médecins Sans Frontierès return with Beats Without Borders, a night of shuffling and shmiling in support of the humanitarian work MSF is still undertaking in West Africa! Once again we are being kindly supported by our good friends from So Flute, Banana Hill and Heads Up who will be serving up the most boogyable mix of afro funkiness.

We'd love to see everyone who came down and skated hard (and fell even harder!) at Rolla for Ebola, with as many new faces as possible too!

19.03.2015 / 11pm - 4am / Kraak Gallery
£3 /£5

======================================================================

Médecins sans Frontierès (MSF) has been playing a key part in the efforts to tackle the spread of Ebola in West Africa. Though the international response to the current crisis has increased, a lot of work remains to be done.

Join us in raising much needed funds for the battle against Ebola, show solidarity for the people of the affected countries, and help us increase awareness for a persisting problem.

For more information please visit:
http://www.msf.org.uk/ebola
http://www.who.int/csr/disease/ebola/en/

======================================================================

Special thanks to all DJs for their support...

CUTWERK (Heads Up)
Returning to the decks to bring you more of the funk that got you all rolling at Rolla for Ebola. As part of the Heads Up crew, Cutwerk has played at many a Manchester night, and is a well-known supporter of charitable causes.

CERVO (Banana Hill)
Since bringing the Sheffield institution that is Banana Hill across the Pennines, Cervo has certainly been a busy man. Most recently sharing the booth with Quantic, and having hosted the likes of Romare and Auntie Flo amongst numerous others, Cervo has proven his ability to spin the warmest of afro-electronic tunes.

DANUKA (So Flute)
Co-founder and resident of So Flute, the party which has become one of Manchester's finest and favourite. Having played alongside Mr Andrew Ashong, as well as Andres, Alexander Nut and Gilles Peterson, Danuka is a man well versed in all things afro and soulful.