Disco under one of the last remaining Concorde jets in this Manchester Airport hangar


A one of a kind disco is coming to Manchester Airport, where you’ll be able to dance the night away under one of the last remaining Concorde jets.

It will give Manchester partygoers a chance to get up close and personal with one of the last remaining Concorde jets – the legendary Concorde G-BOAC.

This one allegedly carried Her Majesty the Queen on numerous journeys, too – a perfect tidbit for impressing all the raver royalists out there (because we hear there are many).

Organisers are promising a night of floor-fillers selected by one of the biggest house and techno DJs in the game.

The headliner set will come from Dan Shake, along with Paradisco Records boss REES warming up the evening.

Support DJs include Herbie Saccani (Hacienda/Moovin), Swales (Rhythm Department) and Surco club night residents.

Tickets for the event, aptly named Club Concorde, will go on sale next week, with early birds priced at just £29.

And they’re expected to sell out fast, with the next tier priced at £34.

Guests will also be able to attend a secret after-party in Manchester city centre, featuring an as-yet-to-be-revealed special guest.

One of only three remaining planes of its kind in the UK, this magnificent feat of engineering is a sight to be seen.

To date, there are only 18 of the supersonic jets left in the world following their discontinuation in 2003.

Timings for the night will run from 5pm till 1am, with the official date for the party now revealed as Saturday 25th April.

To secure your place for the Club Concorde party now, join the organiser’s waiting list for tickets here to guarantee a spot.



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