10 years of SHOUT! motown and 60s nights
Date published: 11 February 2024
SHOUT! Motown nights
Saturday 2 March will see the tenth anniversary of the popular SHOUT! Motown and 60s Dance Party take place at the Richard Bentley Smalley Memorial Hall in Slattocks.
The night was originally launched at Rochdale Football Club's Ratcliffe Bars in February 2014 by former bar manager Ste Nolan, as a way of raising funds for the football club.
DJs Dave Sweetmore and Nick Robinson launched the first night, with more nights quickly becoming planned due to its popularity.
Since then, the event has taken place three times a year, except during the pandemic, and continued at the Ratcliffe Bars until moving to its new home Smalley Hall in 2022, in association with Ste Nolan's SDN Events company.
The night has also been held in several other venues around Greater Manchester and in the Lake District over the last decade, and featured several guest DJs during its time.
The anniversary night will see Dave Sweetmore and Nick Robinson reunite once more and fill the evening with 60s pop anthems and motown and soul classics.
For more information, please visit: www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/events/74266/events-in-rochdale/shout-motown-and-60s-dance-party
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