Following its successful Easter weekend launch, award-winning Spinningfields bar The Oast House is bringing its brand-new music festival back to the city this weekend for part 3 with a jam-packed line-up.
The festival, named Manifest, will kick off during the Queen’s Jubilee bank holiday weekend on Friday 3rd June with a full day event.
Taking place on The Oast House’s large outdoor terrace, complete with a dedicated stage, the event will run from 1pm in the afternoon until late, with a packed roster of musicians lined up including bands, solo artists and duos taking to the stage throughout the day with interludes from resident DJs.
Attendees can expect a party atmosphere all night and sounds of rock, pop, soul, R&B, funk, disco and blues.
The event is not ticketed and is free to attend on a first come, first served basis. Last month’s event saw queues at the door so we recommend getting there early to avoid disappointment!
The Oast House’s unique street food menu will be on offer throughout the weekend, for those looking to line their stomachs during the festivities, featuring signature dishes such as the Northern Poutine, Crispy Chicken Burger and Famous Hanging Kebabs. Vegan options include Cauliflower Wings, Salt and Pepper Fries and the Plant Based Gyro Wrap.
Manifest is set to return to The Oast House on each bank holiday weekend throughout the summer. More details of individual events will be released in due course.
The Oast House, The Avenue Courtyard, Manchester M3 3AY
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