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Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton Las Vegas style, Manchester Party, Sat 13th June, 2015

Shawn Ryder & Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton Las Vegas style, Manchester Party, Sat 13th June, 2015

We're very excited to announce Ricky Hatton's first ever event in Manchester at The Victoria Warehouse on Saturday the 13th June, 2015. The party is to celebrate Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton winning his World Title 10yrs ago against Kostya Tszyu.

The event has one aim…to be one of the best parties Manchester has ever witnessed. The theme for the party will be Las Vegas and will host many performers, aerialists, casino and musicians, creating a magnificent party atmosphere. The iconic, multi roomed Victoria Warehouse will also host an experiential area that plays homage to Ricky Hatton MBE’s very successful boxing career. Fans in Ricky’s hometown of Manchester, who Ricky believes are the best fans in the world, will also get a chance to meet & greet the legendary boxer himself.

Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton Las Vegas style, Manchester Party, Sat 13th June, 2015Live performances from; Black Grape, Northside, The Complete Stone Roses, The Oasis Experience and a host of other bands and DJs including a set from Bez (Happy Mondays), will create a high energy party occasion, including other surprises and a VIP area, at this 10yr Anniversary event.

We're proud to have Ricky as our patron and proceeds from the Event will be going to his two nominated Manchester charities; Barnabus and Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention.

Tickets from just £22.50 plus booking fee BUY TICKETS

If you can't make the event but would like to support Barnabus and Genesis you can donate towards our work here http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/genesisbcp/rickyhatton

Ricky was recently photographed with Shaun Ryder (Lead singer of bands; Happy Mondays and Black Grape) for a press release to raise awareness of Ricky's two chosen Manchester Charities.

Published on Friday 8th October 2010


Ricky Hatton, Shaun Ryder, Las Vegas Party

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