Manchester's original party venue, The Haçienda is landing at Space this summer on the 9th of June as a way of marking its 30th anniversary. Even though the building has now been replaced with a block of flats there is still no stopping the famous party place. Letting the fun continue on Ibizan shores super-club, Space for one night only will give residency to Tony Wilson's brain child, which ultimately made the Manchester and UK dance scene boom in the 80's.
The Haçienda's original resident Graeme Park will be joining the rest of the gang to bring the party to the Balearics; Kevin Saunderson, Marshall Jefferson, 808 State and Oli Furness complete the line-up.
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