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Redemption Festival 2016, Warehouse 23, Wakefield

Following a successful one day Festival in 2015. (Reviewed here). The second Redemption Festival returned on a bigger scale, with sixteen bands over two days at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield on Saturday and Sunday 10th-11th September. With different ticket options if you were canny and bought in advance you could …

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Redemption Festival 2016

Redemption Festival 2016   Target 86 Management & Promotions proudly presents the 2nd annual Redemption Festival held at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield.  The venue is 1000 capacity, equipped with a 30k sound system, over £40,000 of stage lighting plus excellent facilities for artists and the general public. After the success …

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Matt Black – Interview at Redemption Festival 2015

I had a quick chat with Matt Black who organised the very first Redemption Festival which took place on the 12th September 2015 at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. A charity event held to raise funds for Barnsley Hospice and Wakefield Hospice. As well as taking the time to …

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Redemption Festival 2015 – Warehouse 23, Wakefield

The first Redemption Festival was held on the 12th September 2015 at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield. Redemption Festival is a charity event to raise to raise money for Barnsley Hospice and Wakefield Hospice. With ten bands and a couple of comedians the event started just after 1pm with festival organiser …

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Redemption Festival 2015 – Line-up Announced

Redemption Festival 2015 Redemption CHARITY Music Festival, Wakefield, One day, One stage, One Thousand tickets. The first Redemption Music Festival will be held in Wakefield, West Yorkshire to raise funds for Barnsley Hospice & Wakefield Hospice. Redemption Festival will take place at Warehouse23, 23, Smyth Street, Wakefield on Saturday 12th September …

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Redemption Festival Feb 2013, The Button Factory, Dublin.

As the tourists from near and far trudged through the winding streets of temple bar, taking pictures of themselves as Leprechauns and buying Irish souvenirs made in china, there was something else about to erupt just a stone’s through away – Redemption Festival. A true demonstration of Irishness and tradition …

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