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BOUNCING BOWLERS: Thousands rave in memory of legendary Manchester DJ Stu Allan 

THOUSANDS of ravers turned out to celebrate the life and talent of legendary 1990s Manchester DJ Stu Allan on Saturday night.

The sold-out event saw almost 6,000 ravers party into the early hours at Bowlers exhibition centre in Trafford to remember the DJ.

The event was dubbed a celebration of the Life of a Legend Stu Allan – who died after a cancer battle. The rave had 3 arenas music styles celebrating the iconic DJ.”

Allan, was a fan-favourite on the rave scene in the 1980s and 1990s with his Sunday night shows on Piccadilly Radio later Key 103.

He was one of the first DJs to play the likes of A Guy Called Gerald, 808 State and Sub Sub.

He was also a pop star in his own right, clocking up 13 top 40 hits as part of 90s eurodance act Clock. Robbie Williams and DJ’ing legends such as Carl Cox were among those to pay tribute after the sad news of his death was announced.



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