Jazz Clubs Manchester

As an area with such a vibrant and well established music scene, it was inevitable that jazz would find a foothold in the city of Manchester. For anyone who has an affection for sweeping sax solos or the swung notes of a trumpet, then you should pay real attention to a whole new dynamic of music emerging from the city. Offering a selection of swing, ragtime and blues, this new trend of jazz bars are swiftly becoming some of the best nights out in Manchester.




The Living Room Manchester

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One of the finest restaurants and bars in Deansgate, The Living Room paves the way as an excellent dining and live musical experience. This venue provides both weekly blues and traditional jazz as well as an immersive atmosphere to enjoy them in. In conjunction they deliver an exceptional drinks list and premier assortment of food making it an excellent addition to the Manchester bar and restaurant scene. We truly recommend that you book, it will not disappoint! Try our online booking form provided.

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This Northern Quarter bar and venue is fundamental in showcasing international and local music to the inhabitants of Manchester. Providing excellent facilities including its social space called 'The Picturehouse', it supplies an excellent array of food and drink to accompany the night's live musical entertainment.

Matt and Phred's

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Matt and Phred's reputation for exhibiting the best in international and local jazz talent has put this venue on the map. Having previously showcased the likes of Jamie Cullum, Kit Downes and Adele this establishment combines its love of music with its excellent wine and cocktail list, producing a top Manchester jazz bar in the process. 

Sandbar

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A much loved watering hole for locals and students alike, this Oxford Road bar supplies a wide range of delicious food and exotic drinks. As one of Manchester's quirkier bars they also come fully equipped with traditional and more contemporary jazz nights. So even if you're an amateur to jazz or a highly experience connoisseur, this will be right up your alley.