Best Events in August
The summer is still going strong, but we all fear for September as the temperature drops and we count down the days until the academic year begins and the festivals begin to close. So we have put together a selection of club nights, bars, events and festivals to ensure you send summer out with a bang! Take a second to have a browse through our selections for the best events in August and youself a cheeky last minute summer shimmy in Manchester.
Last updated on 22nd June 2017
Definitely one for the city's foodies, the Heavensteak team is returning to Palate in Manchester this August to showcase the finest meats and steaks in their arsenal. The highlight of the event will be the three different steaks that everyone will be served; one rump, one water buffalo and one kangaroo. Better still, each will come with a particular sauce that complements and highlights the natural taste of each meat.
Dabble in some laughter this Summer to lift your spirits when the weather is letting you down, or even just to keep the high going on the sunny days. The Frog and Bucket Comedy Club will be hosting a spread of top class comedy events on a Thursday and Friday where some of the best names in the national and international circuit will take to the mic.
The renowned Whistle Punks team in London is packing up its axes and heading to Manchester, taking over the Great Northern Warehouse this summer. Armed with razor sharp axes, wooden targets and great tasting drinks, they offer Manchester's more adventurous revellers an unforgettable experience. Perfect for a group night out or for anyone looking to blow off some steam, this August event has to be up there with the best that Manchester has to offer.
Manchester Tequila Festival gives it some serious food and drink welly this month in Manchester as they head to the Bowlers Exhibition Centre for over 2000 guests, over 30 different types of tequila, Mexican street food, live music and more.
Got a ridiculously complex relationship with sausages? Looking to get your foodie fix? Then why not head on down to the Manchester Sausage Festival this August as over 2000 people will be joining for bangers and ciders from all over the world.