Govanhill Baths Community Trust are delighted to be supporting and working with The Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust on a music festival to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rock Against Racism movement (RaR).
The 2-day festival will take place in Queens Park Arena on 27/28 August, the day after our own Govanhill International Carnival and Parade.
On Sunday 27 August, 3 of the bands who took part in the original RaR concerts will come to the Southside for Roots Rock Reggae Against Racism. The concert, Curated by Glasgow promoters Jah Live, features Aswad, Misty in Roots and Black Roots. Tickets for this show are £25 from skiddle.com
On Monday 28 August, Manchester legands Black Grape will be joined by local heroes Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5 and beatboxer Bigg Taj. Tickets for Monday are £35 from skiddle.com Weekend tickets are £50 from skiddle.com
Speakers at the event include Jeremy Corbyn and Aamer Anwar