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NYMAZ Divas and DJs

An event in February in North Yorkshire
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
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Event timing: Half-term holiday
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Divas and DJs is an exceptional project that was first piloted in 2006. Run over the half term holidays across Harrogate District, the project is a lively mix of DJ-ing, live bands and computer-generated music, with workshops taking place throughout the week leading up to a final performance on the Friday evening where participants get to showcase their new skills.

For more information tel: 01423 562303
E-mail: info@harrogate-festival.org.uk

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