28 February 2015
Space Monkeys Summer of Love 2015 
Space Monkeys Summer of Love 2015

Space Monkeys will kick off the summer in style with their 'One Day Pop Up Music Festival' at The Hopwood Arms in Middleton on Saturday 4 July 2015.

There'll be a main outdoor stage, special guests, live DJs, food, late bar and much more.

The Hopwood Arms
Middleton
Manchester M24 2RA

Strictly limited availability tickets priced 10.00 GBP (6.00 U16) plus booking fee are available now via Skiddle.

More info via Space Monkeys Facebook (Official)

"Sunshine and love. It's gonna be a good day for the dreamers."

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