Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR), in collaboration with Warren Records and The Racial Equality Youth Collective are coming to Hull on Sunday 2 July for the finale of the ‘Crisis Music Tour’ at the renowned Adelphi Club. The MU are proud to sponsor the summer all-dayer you have all been waiting for.
From 2:00 pm until 11:00 pm we will have over 10 amazing acts, three DJ’s and guest speakers all coming together in unity to shout loud about the many crises we are facing across the country. In times as difficult as these we want to raise awareness and let the community know, you are not alone!
LMHR will be bringing a crew all the way from London. After a hugely successful visit to Notting Hill Carnival last year by The Racial Equality Youth Collective, they will be looking for who wants to return and give Hull some of that carnival magic! An opportunity to be part of a global celebration that represents the symbol of freedom and cultural identity.
From Jodie Langford to Kojo Rigault; The Sound of Solidarity is going to take you on musical journey that you will never forget. Free Entry; Caribbean Food 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
MU North of England Officer, Philip Morris, will be present at the event so come and say hello.
The event is free to attend and unticketed, you can find out more on Love Music Hate Racism’s instagram.