30 October 2021
Saturday 30 October 2021
Open 6pm - 4am, live music from 10pm
Doors open 6pm, band on stage 10pm.
FREE ADMISSION 6pm till 9pm - £3 after 9pm.
Then free entry after the show for a disco, midnight until 4am.
This event is strictly for those aged 18 and over.
The legendary Halloween prty at The Empire is back. The venue will be transformed into a place of spooktacular delights and live DJs will keep you dancing the night away after live music from Ska Face.
Make sure you dress up in your scariest outfit and prepare yourself for a spookily good night... Prizes will be offered to the best dressed!
Formed from the desire to return to the classic sounds of their youth, Ska Face is made of 10 members with a combined age of over 450 years... Old enough to know better, but young and foolish enough to attempt to re-write the rule book and enjoy music with the passion and honesty that it was designed for.
Ska Face keep it real and enjoy every minute with an infectious stage show of power, energy and damn good tunes that you just have to dance to. There is no better remedy to a stressful week than a few cheeky drinks and dancing like a loon... and that is just the band!
Revitalising the Ska and 2 Tone classics of The Specials, Madness, The Selecter, The Beat and Bad Manners plus many others from the late 70s and early 80s, Ska Face has sparked a 2 Tone revival across the north of England.
Contact: Empire Rochdale
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