United We Stream Greater Manchester

United We Stream NYE Hacienda House Party

raised of £100,000 target
by 5672 supporters
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#oneGM brings people from across Greater Manchester together in support of one another. This is what we do. This is a city region that cares. The money raised by this campaign will enable crucial work to happen across all 10 boroughs of GM.


For twenty four hours straight, United We Stream's Hacienda House Party will  chase New Year’s Eve around the world. Beginning at the start of the day at at the Pacific Date Line in Fiji at 10AM GMT, the event carries on throughout with a stunning line up of live guests and DJ’s to see in 2021 in style.

United We Stream GM is free to watch, but we ask that viewers donate what they can, with all income of the stream going directly to a relief fund with 50% of funds raised donated to oneGM and 50% to charities chosen by The Haçienda which include The Frankie Knuckles Foundation, Save The Children. and PeaceMeal Manchester.

The oneGM campaign was launched by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham to raise funds to get local support to the people hardest hit by the economic impact of COVID-19 in Greater Manchester.

From food poverty, to supporting those experiencing or at risk of
homelessness, to providing mental health support; oneGM will deliver funding to organisations working hard to minimise the impact of this global crisis right within all local neighbourhoods.

With our previous House Parties amassing a global audience of millions  and providing some enjoyment in what has proved a such 
a difficult year, for this Twenty Four Hour New Year’s party The Haçienda has once again put together some of the finest international DJ’s, a gallery of Haçienda regulars and some very special one off live performances, all broadcast via United We Stream GM to raise funding for specific good causes.

Returning for a bespoke one-off live performance is Haçienda Classical with Manchester Camerata and AMC Choir as
the wildly popular live event performs another virtual show, produced exclusively for New Year’s Eve by DJ Graeme Park and
musical director Tim Crooks alongside the Camerata orchestra, musicians, our vocalists including Yvonne Shelton, Melanie Williams, Rae Hall and some surprise special guests.

Also performing live at The House Party will be Inner City, whose catalogue of classics including “Big Fun” and ”Good Life” have soundtracked The Haçienda for over thirty years now and acid house pioneers Phuture come in live from Detroit with their seminal
waxings of “Acid Trax”.

A very special tribute to Frankie Knuckles is planned as in conjunction with The Frankie Knuckles Foundation as we replay Frankie’s 2013/2014 NYE Albert Hall Manchester set, performed within the virtual Haçienda. The entire twenty four hour live stream is also be broadcast in the digital reconstruction of FAC51 with the DJ’s performing to a virtual crowd in the original recreated venue.

The DJ roster for New Year’s Eve for the event is one of The Hacienda’s strongest ever and owes much to our many friends from across the Atlantic. We are honoured by their support
from the United States.  From the New York scene, Danny Tenaglia, David Morales, Todd Terry, Francois K and Joe Claussell. From Detroit, Carl Craig and Kevin Saunderson and live from Los Angeles, Moby, with all playing one off, exclusive sets for The Haçienda.

Meanwhile, over in UK, dance music royalty Norman Jay MBE lends his “Good Times” to the event and a whole host of Haçienda regulars spanning the entire history of the club return to FAC51 including Graeme Park, Greg Wilson, Jon Dasilva, DJ Paulette, Justin
Robertson, Sub Sub, K-Klass, DJ Woody, Peter Hook and the club’s first ever resident Hewan Clarke.

All of the performers involved are giving their time and talents gratis to the event to encourage donations to the charities involved.

Haçienda Classical has seen FAC51 team up with its hometown orchestra Manchester Camerata since its debut in 2016 and highlights include some ten sold out concerts at Castlefield Bowl and The Royal Albert Hall with headline appearances at Kendall Calling, Isle Of Wight Festival (twice) and opening Glastonbury Festival’s Pyramid Stage.

Manchester Camerata is “Britain’s most adventurous orchestra”, according to The Times, and whilst working as one
of the very best of the UK’s performing orchestras, their long-standing work in the community with schools, care homes and people living with dementia shows their great compassion for and commitment to the Greater Manchester region.

The Haçienda Twenty-Four Hour House Party NYE is being broadcast by United We Stream Greater Manchester from 10AM onwards
to raise vital funds for the recently launched Greater Manchester fund, oneGM and charities chosen by The Haçienda.

During the first UK lockdown from the Coronavirus crisis,
United We Stream GM reached 14.5 million people
 and the acclaimed project  ran for 12 weeks, amassing donations of nearly
half a million pounds for 12 different good causes and local charities, with some 40 fundraising events broadcast live on the platform.

Across New Year’s Eve The Haçienda transcends the globe, seeing in a more hopeful 2021, “The Haçienda Twenty-Four Hour House Party NYE” casts the substance that defines the club into an all-day
musical extravaganza to bring a fabulous New Years Eve party for the world. Make sure to make time for a most excellent New Year’s Eve.

#HaciendaNYE  #FAC51The Hacienda #UnitedWeStreamGM

About the campaign

#oneGM brings people from across Greater Manchester together in support of one another. This is what we do. This is a city region that cares. The money raised by this campaign will enable crucial work to happen across all 10 boroughs of GM.

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