It’s been a while coming but Retro is finally returning to its spiritual home.
On Saturday, February 7th, DJ Paul Taylor will be headlining a dance tour-de-force when Vogue (formerly Fusion) opens its doors to one of music’s biggest nights.
Retro in Burnley has and always will be special. Born at the iconic Angels 25 years ago the event has been travelling around the globe since making it the longest running dance event in history.
Paul will be joined on the night by his son Ben, Rickey Isted and special guest, Hacienda legend Tom Wainwright.
“We have been working on coming back to Burnley for nearly two years now,” said Paul. “Retro is very close to my heart as is the town. This is where it all began.
“The place is special. I played my first single at Angels in 1975 and I still live here. This is the home of Retro and it’s going to be a brilliant night.”
Room 2 will feature Luke Bentley, Mark Threlfall, Gaz Clarke, Elly Thompson and Cammy Ashworth.
To be in with a chance of winning two VIP tickets (which include meeting Paul) and a full set of Retro CDs, mixed by the man himself, just answer the following question:
Where was Retro born?
Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have five pairs of standard tickets to give away as well for the runners-up. Deadline is Tuesday, noon.
Tickets are selling fast and are available from www.skiddle.com. A few will be available on the door on the night.