Nov 9, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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Why not come along to the Wardrobe, in central Leeds, and dance, listen, observe or just chill out to a music scene that goes back many years but is still popular today with 'youth' of all ages !
Roots of 'Mod' were in London and the south in the early 1960's and were based on cutting edge music ( often Afro USA of the time) mostly being of up tempo dance( examples Motown , James Brown; it then progressed into soul such as the Stax label). Eventually it spread around Britain being very popular in the club scene.
Since the 60's there has been many revivals of the genre which has captured the imagination of many generations . Today the music has retained its popularity and has branched into other avenues such as Northern Soul.
So if you fancy a lively vibrant night we will meet as a group 7.30pm , on Saturday 9 November, in the main bar of the Wardrobe( 6 St. Peters Square Quarry Hill, Leeds LS9 8AH- near Leeds bus station).Cost not listed on site but last year was £5 to £8 region
I will give detail of mobile contact nearer the time for any that cannot find us.
Hope you can make it