February 22


One of the UKโ€™s premier league teams of DJs and soul aficionados based here in the North West held their biggest project yet on Saturday February 24th, with an ‘All Dayer’ event headlined by the UKโ€™s freshest R&B sensation ๐—˜๐— -๐—–๐—˜๐—˜.

The Soul Central collective consisting of Angela Mac, Paul Mac, Brian โ€˜Bizzy Bโ€™ Pemberton and Mike Stephens headed up a roster of artists and fellow turntable maestros in the ‘all dayer’ event held at Smokies Park Holiday Inn. The day attracted huge national interest, especially in Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire and Soul Collective’s home city of Manchester.

Bizzy B said: โ€œThe inspiration for the all dayer was that all four of us had said itโ€™s something we would love to do and it also felt like the natural progression for the brand.”

Soul Central has continued to put on highly acclaimed nights for 8 years, in spite of the pandemic, the cost of living crisis and the difficult situation venues have faced throughout the period.

โ€œWe have been lucky enough to have a friendly, like-minded clientele who we pretty much know by name – AND we play great music! We have a reputation on the scene to maintain and build upon so itโ€™s important that we continue to look for and attract the best DJs and acts.โ€

My Planet Liverpool has experienced many Soul Central nights out over the last few years and we were pretty excited to have the chance to revel for a whole day in the inspiring music and uplifting vibe created by the Soul Central team!

Lovers of the genre from all around the UK were in attendance as from 2pm – 1am they were able to enjoy 11 hours of non-stop music, 14 DJs spinning soulful grooves in 2 rooms, a live performance by the UKโ€™s freshest R&B sensation ๐—˜๐— -๐—–๐—˜๐—˜, plus Silent Disco sessions hosted by Roger Simpson and Tiny G.


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