Spend your New Year's Eve in one of Manchester hottest new openings. Flight Club Manchester is putting on a great show for groups, with a 90-minute go on their cutting-edge darts games, bubbles, sausage rolls, dancing and glitter, for just £15.
New Year's Eve 2018 in Manchester
Saying goodbye is never easy, but with club nights, flash dinners, and warehouse parties there to hold your hand, Manchester is making the farewell to 2018 all the easier. You know it, and we know it, a night on the sofa is never going to happen, so start planning your New Year's Eve now, with a choice of events that even the biggest scrooge will enjoy.
Not into the late nights and banging club music? Swap your New Year's Eve night for this gourmet option at renowned chef James Martin's restaurant; there's four courses, music, and a free bet for afters.
Revolution Deansgate is rivalling some of the biggest spots in Manchester with this huge offering. The two-storey venue is capturing every moment, with photographers, videographers, and even a selfie mirror - perfect if you can't quite remember the pyrotechnics, laser shows and confetti canons.
Inspired by the likes of The Greatest Showman, La La Land, and Aladdin, this night at Tiger Tiger is taking you on a movie magical journey. Line your stomach with dinner in the downstairs restaurant beforehand.
Coyote Ugly is one of Manchester's rowdiest new additions and it firmly plans on keeping that reputation this New Year's Eve. End your 2018 with dancing on the bar, rodeo vibes and plenty of bourbon.
Give your New Year's Eve a 1990s twist at All Star Lanes. The bowling spot are whipping out the glowsticks, the pop anthems and the neon for a fun night. Starting early? There's a dinner option too.
Make your New Year's Eve a cocktail-filled one with Be At One, a palace of libations. The fun bar is small enough for an intimate atmosphere but not so tiny it feels cramped - party with friends as they hand out Champagne cocktails to get things going.
This sexy little cocktail den is doing New Year's Eve the Dirty Martini way. Dress up fancy and party in their slick spot for tonnes of martinis, neon signs and a saxophonist and DJ.
MTV are back in Manchester and they're bringing a huge name with them. Taking over O2 Manchester Ritz, rapper Yungen will be bringing his recent popular hits including Bestie, all set to a backdrop of Co2 cannons, lasers, smoke, and LED mirrors.
Impossible are going crazy this New Year's Eve as Casa Loca moves in to amp up the volume. The crazy club night will immerse you in a world of confetti canons, performers, and live acts, for a night you won't forget in a hurry.
A lively den of revelry and retro vibes, The Fitzgerald are taking it back to the 1920s for this New Year's shindig. Put on your smartest slacks and head on down for live jazz, burlesque dancers, and bubbles.
It's time to test your party stamina with this offering from the Liquor Store as they party for 24 whole hours. Starting at midday and ending on the 1st, this is a marathon not a sprint, with live music, Jager fountain, pizza and prizes for the best fancy dress keeping you energised.
One of the biggest names on Manchester's nightlife scene is planning one of the biggest parties for New Year's. They're so confident it's going to be epic, they haven't released the line-up yet, but then when it comes to the Warehouse Project, they rarely get it wrong.
Bringing postivity and quirky partying to the end of 2018, The Deaf Institute is hosting a different party on each of its floors. From the dark and naughty basement to LGBT+ discoing, this night is about good vibes only.