Best Events in September

And what a summer we all had. From nestling away from the rain under the veranda to schlepping on Factor 50 on the Spinningfields lawns, summer is somewhat coming to a close and while we're not quite out of it just yet, colder months are 'a' coming. But don't go letting the upcoming chill spoil the rest of your September fun. From frivolous festivals to damn delicious pop-ups, check out our recommendations for the best goings on this September in Manchester. 

Last updated on 2nd September 2019




From The Lion King and Mary Poppins to Rocky Horror and Bohemian Rhapsody, these quirky film nights are taking over The Mint Lounge for night after night of bottomless booze, unlimited popcorn and the chance to belt along to all your favourite movie musicals.

@ Manchester Academy / Club Academy on Saturday 28th September 2019 and 2 other dates

Bored of the old Q + A at most quiz nights? Sounds Familiar is the madcap game that combines musical rounds, confetti canons, and dancing on tables. Go as a group and get ready to belt along to the likes of Meatloaf, Taylor Swift and Bonnie Tyler.

@ Meet upstairs at Piccadilly Tap, Station Approach, Manchester M1 2GH on Saturday 28th September 2019 and 4 other Saturdays

Feel like you've still got something to learn this month in Manchester? How does learning a little bit more about beer sound? Join the Manchester Microbrewery Walking Tour for just that as you sup and walk your way through some of the best in the city. 

Sip on red red wine this September as the Reggae Brunch makes a mighty return to Manchester. Expect a soundtrack of reggae, dancehall and tropical hits accompanied by a mouthwatering menu of Caribbean eats and an unbeatable party vibe. 

@ Albert Hall on Fri, 20th Sep 2019 - Sat, 21st Sep 2019

This September, Albert Hall is playing host to Battle of the Biers as Manchester and Munich go head-to-head to win title of best bier purveyors. Placing booze, bratwurst and brass at the forefront, this event will showcase the city's finest breweries with world-class musicians and street eats.