Karaoke Bars Manchester
If you're looking for somewhere to let your hair down and have a good old singalong, then take a look at our favourite karaoke bars in Manchester. We all know that the best memories are made when, at 3am, zillionth cocktail in hand, you truly, truly believe that you are the missing Knowles sibling. So go forth citizens of Mancheter and sing your hearts out like nobody is listening - everyone in attendance will probably be wishing that they aren't anyway.
Last updated on 14th June 2017
Not only does Black Dog Ballroom on New Wakefield Street offer delicious food, tasty cocktails and great music but they're home to the beating heart of Manchester's karaoke scene. Available for private hire, the downstairs booth can squeeze in 12 of your nearest and dearest for an hour or two of karaoke.
The Green is right in the heart of Piccadilly and is predominately a sports bar offering live sport and entertainment. Live music and karaoke are The Green's speciality with downstairs private karaoke booths - perfect for a midweek treat. Brimming with power ballads and bottles of the good stuff, you can't go wrong.
Home of the famous Lucky Voice private karaoke pods, Tiger Tiger is one of the best places in Manchester for karaoke with your friends. With eight private rooms of differing sizes available to choose from, over 8000 songs, tambourines and accessories and private waiter service direct to your pod, Lucky Voice is one of the best nights out in Manchester for anyone who can hold a tune - and anyone who can't.
For a slice of Manhattan style, Tribecca and B.E.D bar is a fun karaoke bar in Manchester. On canal street, it shares the vibrancy and upbeat vibes of a New York loft lounge bar and adds to it a great grill, sharing menu and cocktail list. When you add the opportunity to belt out a power ballad this bar becomes too enticing to resist.
In the heart of the city, enjoy one of K2's sound proof booths and sing as loud and a passionately as you want. It's perfect for a private party, available for groups of 6 to 30 all with fab drinks offers and a whole menu of food that can be brought to your booth by friendly waitresses. Picture that private karaoke party in Lost In Translation and you'll be thinking along the right lines.
Via is a vibrant pub in Manchester’s Canal Street, the city’s famous gay district. We all know that gay bars nearly always excel on two things; fabuously glam interiors and a playlist that you can't not sing along to. Via is no exception with its three levels of purple drapes and leopard print sofas. Join the party on a Monday or Tuesday for karaoke fun.