Birmingham Mods raising money for Cure Leukemia this weekend with Charity All-Dayer

The Night Owl Birmingham is proudly hosting a special Steppin’ Up Charity Soul-Mod All-dayer to raise money for the blood cancer charity, Cure Leukemia. Originally scheduled for a huge 2020 charity event, the fundraiser was delayed at the hands of the pandemic resulting in the upcoming reschedule for Sunday 23rd April. The event organized by Jo Prinsen of Steppin’ Up, will combine a multitude of genres including Northern Soul, Uptempo ‘60’s R&B, Rare Motown & more as organiser Jo Prinsen has curated a special lineup of DJ’s for the big day. 

The Stellar DJ lineup features a selection of great DJ’s including Ted Massey, Dave Rimmer, John Weston, Les Norman, Sammy Dee, Mark Annis &  Jo Prinsen. With all proceeds going directly to Cure Leukemia who help to fund ground-breaking treatment & research at the QE Hospital in Birmingham. 

Key details of the all day event include delicious food being served alongside a wide selection of drinks and cocktails. A charity raffle will also take place throughout the day to boost donations further with the event running from 2pm to 9pm this Sunday. Tickets are available via The Ticket Sellers and cost just £7 advance, with entry being more on the door.

The Night Owl is the perfect club for any music fan with its great inside dance floor alongside heated outdoor seating & smoking area. Taking its name from the Northern Soul song of the same name by Bobby Paris, The Night Owl Birmingham was the first-ever purpose-built Northern Soul and Motown club, opening its doors in 2015.

Tickets for Steppin’ Up are available here: