If you're searching for unmissable events this July in Manchester, look no further. Ultimate Power is coming to Manchester, bringing the best rock anthems of all time with it. Whip your hair like a superstar to the sound of Journey, Alice Cooper and more at this quirky club night.
Best Events In July
In a place sadly nicknamed the Rainy City, when summer strikes we really have to make the most of it – especially now that things are finally starting to open back up again. So you don’t get serious FOMO this year, we’ve compiled a detailed list of the best live performances, foodie festivals and cocktail experiences around; here are the best events in Manchester in July 2021.
Bougie Drag & Boy Toy Events are back on the scene, unleashing more sass and chaos as they host a roster of live Manchester shows in 2021. From steamy bingo sessions that would have your nana not knowing where to look, to incredible Lady Gaga parties, complete with bottomless booze, you're in for a great night out.
The moment we've all been waiting for... The UK's restaurants, bars and cafes are ready to welcome you back with open arms later this summer. To celebrate in style, make sure to bag a space at one of Manchester's upcoming reopening parties.
July's event schedule is hotting up thanks to this new prison cocktail experience. Head over to Watson Street where Alcotraz is asking you to smuggle in a bottle of your favourite liquor and get your drink on with some fellow inmates.
Whether you're looking to impress a Hinge match or catch up with your other half, Manchester is chock-full of great date spots come summertime. If you're in need of inspo, check out our suggestions for slinky alfresco restaurants, rooftop bars and ice breaker games.
Flight Club are doing what they do best come July in Manchester, and that's brunch. The fun bar perks up weekends with a boozy party that includes a bottle of prosecco, endless pizza and games in one of the oches.
Kick your weekend off right with this boozy bottomless brunch, hosted by one of the world's most sensational Lady Gaga lookalikes. Tickets include 90 minutes of unlimited drinks plus tasty dishes, drag performances, DJs and dancing.
At the top of our list of post-lockdown destinations is 20 Stories. The sky-high Spinningfields favourite is shaking up cocktails on their enticing rooftop terrace, with live music every Wednesday. Rejoice, as you return to the days of delicious dinners and date nights with a view once more.
Secure yourself a ticket for The Gin Journey, on which you'll discover the history of the botanical booze and how it's connected to Manchester. You'll get to visit five venues, including a local distillery, and sip on a sample of gin and a cocktail in each.
If you're looking for the best ways to watch Wimbledon, Formula 1 and The Olympics in Manchester, let this pop-up be your first port of call. Setting up camp in Tony Wilson Place, the summer event will feature a massive screen, deck chairs and local vendors.