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How to Spend New Year’s Eve in Manchester

28 November 2019 | Maisy Farren

Manchester’s many pubs, clubs and venues means there won’t be a shortage of things to do when the ball drops – check out our handy guide! 

Gatsby’s 2020 New Year’s Eve Gala Ball
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, Portland Street, Manchester, M1 4PH
 
See in the roaring 20’s (round two) with a trip to the Mercure Manchester, where a razzling, dazzling Gatsby party is taking over. One to splash out on, this event features a four-course meal and plenty of bubbly, along with jazz and blues that’d please F. Scott Fitzgerald himself. Carrying on until 2am, this event is perfect for those who fancy a tasty dinner, exciting disco and late-night drinks. The dress code isn’t explicably 20’s dress up, however you are advised to ‘dress to impress’. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Homoelectric NYE at YES
38 Charles Street, Manchester, M1 7BD
 
Head down to one of Manchester’s coolest new venues for an exciting New Year, with Homoelectric bringing their popular queer club night for a party in The Pink Room. A queer party for all: Homoelectric welcomes people of any sexuality into a loving and inclusive environment. Expect disco music, house and techno, garage and pop from some of Manchester and Leeds’ best guest DJs, along with Homoelectric residents Jamie Bull, Gina Breeze and Will Tramp.

New Year’s Eve at Warehouse Project
Mayfield Train Station, The Depot, Manchester, M1 2QF

 
The annual Warehouse Project NYE event is a legendary night out, as it marks the end of the Warehouse Project’s season and the end of the year. Grab a ticket for this year’s event and party right through till 4am. With DJ sets from Rudimental, Groove Armada, Annie Mac (and many more) this event promises to be unforgettable. For those who don’t feel too rough the following day, head down for the Warehouse Project’s All Day closing party – info here.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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OKS Says YES to 2020 at YES
38 Charles Street, Manchester, M1 7BD
 
Who says New Year’s Eve isn’t a night for the kids? Our Kids Social are hosting a family friendly knees up for NYE, taking over YES from 1pm on the 31st. Kids aged 4-9 will adore the silent disco, DIY crafts zone, circus skills and face painting on offer, as well as a free slice of Pepperoni Payboy pizza. Adult’s aren’t forgotten about either: pizza and burgers will be available to buy; the bar will be stocked with prosecco and there’s a DJ spinning some tunes in The Pink Room. The best bit? You can be home by early evening to watch The Hootenannyand get a good night’s sleep! 
 
New Year’s Eve Stand Up & After Show at Comedy Store
Arches 3 and 4, Deansgate Locks, Whitworth Street West, Manchester, M1 5LH
 
Not one for dancing until dawn? Those who prefer a little bit more entertainment in their NYE festivities can head to the Comedy Store for a night of stand-up. Performers Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jeff Innocent, The Noise Next Door, Laura Lexx and Markus Birdman will be taking to the stage from 9pm and seeing you through till midnight with hilarious comedy. There’ll then be an after-party with DJs, drinks and dancing for as long as you might like. There’s plenty of options for pre or post- show food and meals, including Comedy Store’s tasty pizza options or from the restaurant.   
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