Something a Little Different for New Year's Eve in Manchester

New Year is traditionally a time to make a change in your life. So why not start on December 31st by doing something a little different for New Year's Eve? From sky bars to late night bowling, and casinos to cabaret, Manchester offers loads of unique ways to spend New Years Eve. Check out our pick of something a little different for New Year's Eve in Manchester... and who knows where you may find yourself when the clock strikes 12! See our full New Year's Eve guide for more ideas and inspiration. Check back for listings in November 2017.

Last updated on 15th May 2017

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Cane and Grain

3 user reviews

Sometimes, a place like Cane & Grain deserves to be tried rather than explain, but we'll give it a bash. Set to host one of the most unique new year's eve events in Manchester, not only is there a secret bar, tiki space and incredible cocktails, there's party beats and some of the best bites in the business. 

Happily Affordable ££
Northern Quarter

Take yourself away and experience a New Year's party fresh from South America and complete with all the carnival madness you could hope for. Revolucion de Cuba are all about the exotic party vibes with live music, salsa dancing, shots and a funfair of colourful cocktails. This is definitely something a little sassy for your New Year's Eve bash. 

Happily Affordable ££

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