105+dB PROJECT: RECORDING AT TONIGHT'S GAME

 

HULL CITY v NEWCASTLE UNITED


Hull City fans are invited to be part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 opening event.


Invisible Flock are recording the crowd at the Hull v Newcastle cup match on Tuesday 29 November at 7.45pm as part of a new work called 105+dB. 105+dB is a site specific sonic installation about identity, place and creating dialogue in unexpected places.


Everyone is invited to 105+dB from Sunday 1 to Saturday 7 January, 4-9pm at Zebedee’s Yard as part of Made in Hull, Hull 2017’s free and unticketed opening event.


Leading interactive arts organisation Invisible Flock is inviting Hull City fans to be part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s week-long opening e​vent ​Made in Hull, a free sound and light spectacular curated by BAFTA-nominated documentary film-maker Sean McAllister.


Described by the Guardian as “real innovators” of digital and interactive art, Invisible Flock will record the crowd at the Hull v Newcastle cup match on Tuesday 29 November for an ambitious 3D sonic installation called 105+dB. As such, they are asking fans to bring back to life forgotten chants to help create a ‘Classic City Song Book’.


Using a custom built array of microphones positioned around the stadium, they will capture both the roar of the crowd and individual voices. The 360-degree sound footprint of Hull City Fans will then be transported to Zebedee’s Yard from Sunday 1 January to Saturday 7 January as part of Hull 2017’s free and unticketed opening event.

 

Leading interactive arts organisation Invisible Flock is inviting Hull City fans to be part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s week-long opening e​vent ​Made in Hull, a free sound and light spectacular curated by BAFTA-nominated documentary film-maker Sean McAllister.


Described by the Guardian as “real innovators” of digital and interactive art, Invisible Flock will record the crowd at the Hull v Newcastle cup match on Tuesday 29 November for an ambitious 3D sonic installation called 105+dB. As such, they are asking fans to bring back to life forgotten chants to help create a ‘Classic City Song Book’.


Using a custom built array of microphones positioned around the stadium, they will capture both the roar of the crowd and individual voices. The 360-degree sound footprint of Hull City Fans will then be transported to Zebedee’s Yard from Sunday 1 January to Saturday 7 January as part of Hull 2017’s free and unticketed opening event.


105+dB, which premiered in June in Lille as part L’Entorse Festival and the Euro 2016 celebrations, invites audiences to explore and respond to the architecture of sound and our relationships to public spaces. The collective and individual cheers and boos, chants and songs, create a three dimensional roar for participants to navigate, walking through and around a wall of sound as if it were a sculpture.

 

Artist, Ben Eaton explains “105+dB refers to the sound level at which individual voices are lost in a crowd and we’re interested in exploring what it means to belong as an individual or part of a mass. The work evokes a strong emotional response from a wide range of audiences who have experienced it to date, it presents a playful interaction for people of all ages in a shared public space. We want to invite Hull City fans to be a key part of the Hull 2017 opening ceremony by capturing their unique chants.”


Martin Green, CEO and Director of Hull 2017, added: “It’s fantastic that the city’s football fans are able to get involved in our opening event by lending their voices to a unique soundscape, which will allow people who may never have stepped foot inside a sports stadium, to experience the atmosphere of a match.”


For​ more ​information on ​Made in Hull, which celebrates 70 years of the city through large-scale projection on buildings, illuminated skylines, soundscapes, shop window installations and live performance, visit ​www.hull2017.co.uk/madeinhull

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

HULL KINGSTON RADIO

 

A new face (well, voice) on the Fans Forum last night - none other than the author of '46 And Counting' - Ian Bunton. We really enjoyed this one despite the on and off the field misery at Hull City!

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM: FRIDAY 25 NOVEMBER

46 AND COUNTING: A FAMILY JOURNEY

 

A book by Ian Bunton

 

Ian's book tells the story of the 2015/16 season, culminating in promotion back to the Premier League for Hull City. He attended all 58 games during last season and the book includes a chapter about each game. Here is a bit about the book, taken from the back cover;

 

 

Back in May 1983, at the tender age of fourteen, I set out to my first Hull City away game. A Simon Gray special eventually took us to the delights of Spotland, Rochdale. Hardly a glamour tie you might say. But it was enough, I was hooked. City was in my DNA. Unfortunately the next twenty odd years brought many more lows than highs, enough to detract the interest of many. Finally though, following a move to a new stadium, City actually started being quite good. This also happened to coincide with the birth of my son, Thomas, and he too, was soon indoctrinated into the fold, and the cycle of addiction started again. Before we knew it, the unthinkable had happened. City made it to The Premier League (twice!). However, it wasn’t to last long. A sunny afternoon back in May 2015, saw City slump to a 0-1 home defeat against ‘Bloody Burnley’. Relegation loomed. Thomas was crestfallen. In a vain attempt to cheer him up, I uttered the words, “Never mind son, The Championship will be better. We might even win a few games. Tell you what, let’s try and go to every game.” He was up for it. And with that, this book was born. Enclosed herein is the story of our journey of the 2015/16 season, following our team, Hull City AFC.

 

'No silverware, we dont care, we'll follow Hull City everywhere'

 

We met up with Ian at the KCOM to film this short video about the book;

 

Ian should have 1500 copies of the book available for purchase from 22/23 November. He is very keen to promote the book and ensure as many people as possible get to enjoy it.

 

Ian is in the process of getting some promotional material made and we will be helping to display this and promote the book in the coming weeks. Keep your eye on this site as well as our social media and other local groups and media including the Hull City Supporters Trust.

HULL TRUTH

SPIDERS FROM MARS COMPETITION

As mentioned in the poster, enter on the Hull Truth Facebook page or the One Hull of a City Facebook page in order to be in with a chance of winning the Hull Truth cards.

 

Mike has also produced a fantastic Hull Truth card featuring former City goalkeeper Ian McKechnie and that famous incident with a load of oranges. Check it (and the rest of them out) on the Hull Truth Facebook page.

'WEEPING WINDOW' POPPY SCULPTURE

TO ADORN MARITIME MUSEUM IN 2017

 

This is going to look amazing - the poppy installation will be in place from 22 March to 29 May 2017 and is sure to attract visitors from far and wide.

 

Great news for the city centre!

 

bbc.co.uk

 

AMY JOHNSON STATUE UNVEILED 

 

A fantastic tribute to one of the most famous faces from Hull's history and a great inspiration for the 'Statue for Ebenezer' campaign. A fitting tribute to a remarkable woman - we hope that a similar tribute to Ebenezer Cobb Morley will soon be adorning our fine city.

 

hulldailymail.co.uk

MADE IN HULL: SEASON LAUNCH

HULL COMEDY FESTIVAL 2016

 

THURSDAY 3 - SUNDAY 20 NOVEMBER

 

Another great line up for this year's festival - check it out at

 

hullcomedy.co.uk

HEADS UP FESTIVAL

 

WEDNESDAY 5 - SATURDAY 15 OCTOBER 2016

 

headsup.e52.co.uk

 

22 September

 

ARE YOU READY FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE?

 

What a day!

 

We now know what's in store for the first season 'Made in Hull'

 

Click on the image below to visit hull2017.co.uk

There is also a good summary on the BBC website

describing some of the highlights

 

www.bbc.co.uk

HULL KINGSTON RADIO: HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

Sale saga, new signings, our Manager of the Month and much more...

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM: FRIDAY 9 SEPTEMBER

FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2016

 

One of the best things about the Freedom Festival is seeing people of all ages out and about on the streets enjoying some great entertainment. This year was no exception and even the rain on Saturday didn't deter the crowds and there was a great atmosphere throughout.

 

We can't wait for next year!

EPL ROUND TABLE: HULL CITY UPDATE

 

After a busy deadline day earlier in the week, Peter had a chat to Kevin about our new signings - click the link to listen

 

EPL ROUND TABLE: HULL CITY UPDATE SPECIAL

FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2016

 

FRIDAY 2 - SUNDAY 4 SEPTEMBER

 

It's that time of year again! Some good stuff happening over the next few days, and with most of it free of charge, a great opportunity to get out and enjoy our beautiful city and the fantastic entertainment coming up.

 

Check out the full programme at

 

www.freedomfestival.co.uk

TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY: LAST MINUTE CITY

SECURE SIXTH SIGNING

 

A warm welcome to our new recruits - a welcome boost to give us some much needed depth to the squad. Goalkeeper David Marshall was the first to sign, followed by Ryan Mason from Spurs and Will Keane from Manchester United.

 

Transfer Deadline Day saw some frantic last minute activity culminating in the signatures of James Weir, Dieumerci Mbokani and in the final hour, Markus Henriksen.

 

 

Best of luck to all of the new boys!

THE SENIOR TIGERS CLUB: NEW WEBSITE

 

 

Rob from The Senior Tigers Club got in touch to tell us about the recently launched Senior Tigers website. Here is what he had to say;

 

 

 

'The Senior Tigers Club is a social group which has been, and will continue to be, an avid supporter of Hull City AFC. The aim of The Senior Tigers Club is to promote the activities of the Senior Tigers and provide a platform for our members to enjoy the company of like-minded supporters.

 

Established in 2000, the Senior Tigers hold regular monthly meetings, usually at the KCOM Stadium. These meetings allow members to enjoy each other's company and reminisce many football memories through guest speakers who attend the meetings.

 

In addition to the regular meetings (which include Christmas and End of Season luncheons), the Senior Tigers committee organise trips to various locations and establishments.

 

All Hull City supporters who are aged 55 and over can join The Senior Tigers Club. You can view the website at seniortigers.org.uk for details of meetings, social events, trips and much more. Joining is easy - visit the 'Join Us' section of the website or attend one of the meetings to sign up in person.'

 

 

 

www.seniortigers.org.uk

HULL KINGSTON RADIO: HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

Great to be back on Hull Kingston Radio having a chat about, amongst other things, that fantastic win against Leicester City to kick off our Premier League campaign in style. Shame the off the pitch stuff isn't so joyous....

 

Here's the link if you missed it live last night

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM: FRIDAY 19 AUGUST

EPL ROUND TABLE

 

A real pleasure to be involved in the latest edition of the EPL Round Table podcast hosted by Kevin (Spurs) @Kevrov and featuring Gags (Liverpool) @GagsTandon, Dan (West Brom) @BaggiesFacts and Peter @HCAFCTigerlink.

 

EPL ROUND TABLE: SUNDAY 14 AUGUST

 

THE CHAMPIONS TURNED OVER BY THE TIGERS AS FANS

AIR THEIR VIEWS TO A WORLDWIDE AUDIENCE

 

HULL CITY 2 LEICESTER CITY 1

 

SATURDAY 13 AUGUST 2016

 

Demand was high for the red cards produced by the Hull City Supporters Trust and distributed pre match in West Park. Then an outstanding, committed and inspiring performance by the boys on the pitch to inflict an opening day defeat on Leicester City. In the current climate, just what we needed. 

 

Here are a few shots of the pre match scenes in West Park...

Match reports...

 

THE GUARDIAN

 

SKY SPORTS

 

HULL DAILY MAIL

PODCAST: THE TIGERS DOWN UNDER

 

 A great podcast from Hull City fans in Australia - great to make contact with

Alex O'Neill from 'The Tigers Down Under.'

 

You can check them out on You Tube - here is the latest podcast from this season;

And here is special guest Richard Garcia having a chat...

12 August

 

HULL KINGSTON RADIO

HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

Listen again to the latest edition of the Fans Forum

(originally broadcast earlier tonight)

 

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM: FRIDAY 12 AUGUST

HULL CITY v LEICESTER CITY

 

Protest details for Saturday's season opener

 

hullcitysupporterstrust.com/city-vs-leicester-protest-details/

BOND HAS LICENCE TO THRILL ON JOURNAL LADIES' DAY

 

Bond Bombshell will attempt to do her bit for girl power on Journal Ladies' Day at Beverley on Wednesday. The three-year-old filly, trained by David O'Meara, is a real course specialist and bids for a fourth victory on the Westwood in the concluding race of Beverley's most popular afternoon of the season.

 

Bond Bombshell is one of nine declared runners for division two of the Ladies Day Handicap (5.35) over the flying five furlongs and arrives in East Yorkshire on the back of a dominant triumph at the track on July 26.

The three-year-old daughter of Monsieur Bond was bred at Little Manor Farm, Nawton, by Penelope Avison, who also owns the horse under the Trendy Ladies syndicate banner.

 

Mrs Avison and the 15-strong Trendy Ladies have been a staple of the Beverley summer, with their enthusiastic celebrations a regular feature in the winner's enclosure. Connections of Bond Bombshell are optimistic the filly can once again shine at her favourite course. Mrs Avison said: 'David only runs his horses if they are in good order and all the reports are that our filly is in great form. I thought she was quite businesslike in the way she won last time, and even though she's gone up 4lb, you can never rule her out at Beverley. David used to train next to me at Nawton and the gallops there have an uphill shoot. I'm sure that's really helped her run at a track like Beverley as it really built up her back-end and has got her well balanced.'

 

'It's always very difficult to win a race, but when it happens it's a momentous, wonderful feeling. And even if it doesn't happen, The Trendy Ladies are always out to enjoy ourselves - which has to be what racing is all about. Beverley do a wonderful job and Ladies' Day is always a great occasion, with all the colour and all of those fantastic outfits. The Trendy Ladies are probably a bit long in the tooth now to keep up with the height of fashion, but, as always, we'll be out to have fun - win, lose or draw.'

 

Premier tickets are sold out for Journal Ladies' Day – though grandstand, paddock and course enclosure tickets are still available and can be booked up until 2pm on raceday.

 

Gates open at 11am for pavilion guests, and 11.30am for the rest of the course, with racing due to begin at 2pm. Light watering is taking place to preserve the going, which is good to firm, with sunny intervals forecast and temperatures set to rise to 17C for Journal Ladies' Day.

HULL CITY AFC
A PREMIER LEAGUE TITANIC?

 

On Saturday 28 May the good ship Hull City was launched into the Premier League, it's third voyage in these tricky waters.

But at least the famous ship was well into it's journey when it hit trouble. The crew at the KCOM have struck an iceberg before the journey has even started. The captain has made an honourable exit and as each day passes there are reports of some crew wanting to jump ship and men already overboard. At the moment the ship is bound to flounder, there aren't enough crew left to man it.

But don't blame the crew! The ship's owners were never qualified to oversee such a voyage. The ship has been in a bad state of disrepair for over two years and the owners may have been looking to scuttle it for some time. It often looked smart on the outside, but a closer look would have revealed it needed a total overhaul from top to bottom.

Hull City fans have had more than their fair share of calamity over the years, but we are currently sinking fast. Despite Wembley glory and a return to the top tier, our Club is a shambles, with fan unrest, several planned protests and no signings. It is virtually civil war between our owners and our fans.

This crazy situation stems from the FA's decision to snub Assem Allam's name change request. Our wealthy owners appear to have had their own agenda since this rejection. Rich businessmen can be irrational and vindictive if they don't get their own way. And it is the fans who have felt the impact of the Allams' wounded pride. Our owners appear to be intent on mischief, playing rich men's games and creating mayhem. They were never going to leave quietly, but they are clearly intent on destroying the club as a farewell gift to supporters. We can only hope a saviour is out there somewhere. Can the Premier League step in? Does anyone know what our owners really want?

On arrival the Allams said they wanted to leave a legacy to the people of Hull. They could have been heros, but instead they will be remembered with bitterness and hate by the majority. Ironically they have made generous gifts to local hospitals and the university. But they arrived saying 'we are not football people' and sadly they will depart clueless, having learnt very little.

The last 2 years have low points galore. A dreadful badge, more reminiscent of a Wolves badge, omits the words 'Hull City' or even 'Hull'. This omission is replicated in much of the Club's marketing with no obvious moves to ditch the outlawed rebranding.

Our owners have never grasped or accepted the role of the fans, the community and local history and heritage, so have never got to grips with the off pitch side of the game. The club has been 'up for sale' for two years and more recently has been pursued by several overseas buyers. But it's unclear whether the Allams have wanted to sell at any stage. It may be they want to enjoy the publicity and fan anguish created by the continued uncertainty. Or did Assem Allam see football club ownership as a route to rubbing shoulders with dignitaries and celebrities to assist a quest for a knighthood or similar honours?Perhaps we will never know.

Gentleman manager Steve Bruce showed huge dignity in his departure. Hull Ciy's most successful manager ever was eventually forced out after trying desperately to find a way to work with the owners. He did amazingly well but his patience ran out. It was remarkable he stated as long as he did.

Hull City needs stability, otherwise players and fans will depart in droves. Already thousands boycott home games, partly due to a quite ludicrous membership scheme, hurriedly introduced in order to annoy fans. It is the only scheme in Europe not to provide concessions and is already being investigated by Premier League officials.

All this as the city prepares for UK City of Culture status in 2017.

Hope lies with the planned actions of the admirable Hull City Supporters Trust and possibly the pressure of the KCOM becoming a national media focus when Hull City start their Premier League campaign against Champions Leicester City on Saturday 13 August.

So surely someone or something can save us from further torment. Buy our Club before any further damage is done. We are sinking fast and as you read this fellow fans are sending out an SOS. Please join them in voicing your anger and let's rebuild our wonderful football club.

7 August

 

Amazing day yesterday at Humber Street Sesh!
 

Check out our photo galleries at

 

 

facebook.com/HCAFCTIGERLINK

 

tigerlink.co.uk/gallery/

6 August

 

IT'S HERE!

 

HUMBER STREET SESH

 

www.humberstreetsesh.co.uk

PERFORM AT FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2016

 

There are some exciting opportunities to get involved with this year's festival - why not apply to perform with the Hull Freedom Chorus, Cirque Bijou's Umbrella Project or the Word on the Street Freedom Stories.

 

 

No experience neccessary - to find out more check out the Freedom Festival website

 

www.freedomfestival.co.uk/projects/opportunities/

The full programme for the festival is available at

www.freedomfestival.co.uk/whatson/

HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

SPECIAL EDITION: STEVE BRUCE DEPARTS

 

Ian Waterson hosts a specially convened edition of the Hull City Fans Forum. Amid an injury crisis, a takeover deal reportedly 'dead in the water' and ongoing discontent with the membership scheme - today it has been widely reported Steve Bruce has left the club.

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM - SPECIAL EDITION

AMY JOHNSON FESTIVAL

 

1 JULY 2016 - 31 MARCH 2017

 

 

2016 is the 75th anniversary of the death of Amy Johnson CBE. Amy was born in Hull in 1903 and was the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia.

 

The Amy Johnson Festival aims to celebrate Amy’s life, achievements and legacy with an ambitious international programme of the arts and engineering sciences appealing to all interests and ages.

 

We are particularly looking forward to ticking off as many 'Moths for Amy' as we can - these unique artworks are modelled on the hugely successful 'Larkin with Toads' project. There are 59 giant fibreglass moths at various locations and they wil remain in place until 31 March 2017.

 

You can find out more about Amy and the festival and also

download a festival programme and a moth guide at

 

amyjohnsonfestival.co.uk

 

And if you want a sneak preview of all of the moths together (they look amazing by the way) check out this section of the website amyjohnsonfestival.co.uk/moth-gallery/

 

BEVERLEY RACES

WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE

 

 

Here is the latest press release from the Beverley Racecourse Team ahead of today's 8-race card;

 

 

LOUGHNANE IN HUNT FOR WESTWOOD WINNER

 

First-season trainer David Loughnane hopes a big run from Nonno Giulio at Beverley on Wednesday can act as a launchpad for the biggest week of his fledgling career.

 

Based at David O'Meara's old yard in Nawton, North Yorkshire, Loughnane will arrive in East Yorkshire in good spirits after Nonno Giulio impressively won a one-mile Wetherby handicap on his last run on May 17. The five-year-old son of Halling now takes aim at a double in Beverley's Weatherbys Hamilton Handicap (3.00) over eight and a half furlongs. Victory on the Westwood would also provide a timely lift for Loughnane, who next week has Royal Ascot aspirations with stablemate Earth Drummer.

 

Loughnane told www.beverley-racecourse.co.uk: 'Nonno Giulio won really well at Wetherby last time and the ground should again be perfect for him. There's no secret behind what we've done with him. It's just about training him the way he needs to be trained and keeping him nice and fresh and relaxed. He was further back than we planned at Wetherby and though he is drawn stall one, we'll ride the race as we see it. It's a good race, but we'd like to think he'll go well.'

 

Nonno Giulio is one of 10 declared runners in a fine renewal of the Weatherbys Hamilton Handicap which features Ruth Carr's last-time-out winner Victoire De Lyphar. Simply Shining (Richard Fahey), Final (Mark Johnston), Dutch Artist (O'Meara) and Beverley favourites Jacbequick and Shadowtime add further strength in depth.

 

Earth Drummer is next Wednesday likely to represent Loughnane in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot. The six-year-old son of Dylan Thomas was cut in price to around 16-1 for the big one-mile handicap after he finished an unlucky-in-running fifth in the seven-furlong Victoria Cup at Ascot on May 7.

 

Loughnane said: 'Everything that went wrong could have gone wrong in the Victoria Cup, but he still ran a smashing race. Course form is the best form, so hopefully we can get him there and he can run his race. We'd be fairly confident he'll get into the race, so it will be a hell of an experience to have a Royal runner in my first season training.'

 

Beverley's eight-race fixture on Wednesday is due to begin at 2pm, with the going currently good to firm and watering taking place to preserve conditions.

 

beverley-racecourse.co.uk

TO ALL HULL CITY FANS 

 

Hi everybody, my name is Hull City AFC. As you know, I've been held captive for around 3 years now.

 

It's been a tough time for me here at the KCOM. I've been kept hidden away and I understand there have been people here impersonating me. But they didn't do it very well, they spelt my name wrong, made my face completely different on my badge then made a real mess of all of my merchandise. And the prison guards tell me they've been upsetting all of you fans for the full 3 years I've been imprisoned. That's dreadful, it must stop.

 

I hope to be let out soon, I just can't wait to be released, clear my name and show my true colours. A while ago I heard the FA arranged my release but something must have gone wrong. It's great things have gone well on the pitch for the team, but it's not been the same without me has it? I will sort things out as soon as I get out.

 

I've heard most recently there are 3 rescue groups trying to get to me. Hopefully it won't be too long now. I know all true fans will recognise me as soon as I am back and restored to my proper place.

 

I've known a lot of your family and friends over the years who use to come and see me. And I know all of you who came to see me or supported me before I was imprisoned. Plus I am always looking to make new friends. So don't worry, I've been messed about with and given a hard time, but I'm tough.

 

I've been around for 112 years and I intend to be around for as long as you fans want me.

 

All the best, catch up with you soon I hope

 

Hull City AFC
KCOM Stadium

 

 

We support Hull City, a Premier League team for a Premier League city and proud home to the 2017 City of Culture. We will regularly be a focus of national attention so let's celebrate our history, heritage and culture and make sure we make the most of the opportunities 2017 presents to boost our local economy and perceptions of Hull.

 

6 June 2016

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US!

 

3 YEARS ON...

 

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past three years - there have certainly been some exciting and eventful times. 3 Wembley trips, City of Culture status for the year 2017 and some great links formed with all kinds of fantastic people - you know who you are! It has been a privelege to be involved in so many great things and we can't wait to see what our fourth year has got in store. See you all in the Premier League!

PLACES DES ANGES

 

SATURDAY 2 JULY 2016

 

As Hull’s programme of summer events moves up a gear, tickets are available from 10am today (1 June 2016) for ‘Place des Anges’, the spectacular aerial event that is set to transform the night sky over Queens Gardens on Saturday 2 July.

 

10,000 free tickets are now up for grabs for the awe-inspiring show, which created and performed by acclaimed French company Gratte Ciel and presented by Hull 2017 and the Yorkshire Festival, in association with Amy Johnson Festival. It is an event that has dazzled audiences across the world and everyone seeing it in Hull can expect an unforgettable experience.

 

Beginning at 9:45pm, white clad angels – les anges – will appear high on rooftops around Hull College and Queens Gardens, before taking to the air for magical and occasionally mischievous antics above the crowds below. As the event reaches its climax thousands of white feathers will be released, falling from the sky in cascades, to create an extraordinary ‘snowstorm’ for the audience to dance and play in.

 

Martin Green, CEO and Director of Hull 2017, said: “Place des Anges is a thrilling experience that takes your breath away. In a summer packed full of fabulous events and activities, highlighting Hull’s position as a great city for culture, this is one that definitely should not be missed. As we prepare for 2017, it’s a stunning finale to the Yorkshire Festival and an exciting start to the Amy Johnson Festival. I urge everybody to make sure they get their hands on some tickets.”

 

Place des Anges is free and suitable for all ages and thousands of people registered for ticket alerts when the event was announced earlier this year. Tickets need to be booked in advance and are available on a first come first served basis. People can book up to six by going to www.hull2017.co.uk/placedesanges. With the show due to begin at 9:45pm, gates will open at 9:15pm and people are advised to allow sufficient time to get through the ticket check.

 

Supported by Hull 2017, the event is also the finale of the Yorkshire Festival, which runs from 16 June until 3 July, and marks the start of Amy Johnson Festival, which begins in Hull on Friday 1 July and runs until 6 September.

 

Yorkshire Festival’s Artistic Director, Matt Burman, said: “Place Des Anges is a fitting finale for this year’s stellar Yorkshire Festival line-up. It’s fantastic to be able to offer a free event of this scale, and to bring a world-renowned international company like Gratte Ciel to create something truly spectacular in the heart of Hull. The event is free, but tickets are limited so I’d urge people to act fast and ensure they don’t miss out on what promises to be unmissable, extraordinary night.”

 

People planning to see Place des Anges are encouraged to make a day of their visit. The Amy Johnson Festival will also be hosting Da Vinci Engineered in Zebedee’s Yard from 10am-5pm, featuring twelve faithful reproductions of Leonardo’s flight and wind machines loaned by the Da Vinci Museum in Florence. Free family entertainment throughout the day in Zebedee’s Yard will feature aerial acrobatics from Pif-Paf, madness and mayhem from Hull Carnival Arts and music from Hull Samba Band and Bandanarama, as well as a chance to see several of the giant artist designed moth sculptures close up.

 

Rick Welton, Director of Amy Johnson Festival, said: “Place des Anges is a fabulous way to launch the festival. It will be a fantastic curtain-raiser for two months of celebration when we’ll be telling the world about the remarkable life of Hull’s aviation heroine and giving the city a summer to remember.”


Those planning to attend Place des Anges should check the website for information about the best entrances for them to enter the event and links to information about road closures, parking, public transport and park and ride arrangements.

 

Place des Anges is part of the series of curtain raiser events in 2016, made possible through the support of Spirit of 2012, which invests in events as catalysts for change for people and communities across the UK.

 

To book tickets visit

 

hull2017.co.uk/placedesanges

WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE

HULL CITY FANS FORUM

WEMBLEY SPECIAL

 

A very special edition of the Fans Forum this week, with a record breaking

line up squeezed into the studio - all 11 of us!

 

HULL CITY FANS FORUM WEMBLEY SPECIAL

WEMBLEY AWAITS......

 

We always hoped we might need our

Wembley StadiumLINK guide again!

 

Check out the new updated version now at The Wembley StadiumLINK

 

All sorts of useful info for your trip to the Capital. We will be adding more useful links as the week goes by, including articles just added on 'dry triains' and pub splits, any articles the media publish and a guide for Hull City fans issued by Wembley Stadium themselves

'We are a social media based Hull City AFC supporters group 'serving the Tiger Nation at home and abroad'. We also promote tourism and the economy of Hull and the East Riding. We hope to use Hull City's return to the Premier League as a platform to promote all things Hull and maximise the opportunities presented by the Tigers' elevation to the top tier.'

 

June 2013

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