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The best concerts, club nights and event tickets in Manchester in October
October flies. Temperatures are dropping, the rain is back with a vengeance, and we’re looking for the best places to be indoors outside of our own homes.
Luckily for you, you live Manchester where there are always many stuff that happens and according to we thought we would do a roundup of the best concerts and events of this month.
With that in mind, let’s not waste any more time, shall we?
Hit and Run vs. White Peach – Hidden (18+)
WHEN: Friday, October 14, 2022, from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. (last entry 1 a.m.)
As far as we are concerned, the weekend starts at 5pm on Friday and if you are looking for late night plans after the first pint, a night of drums, basstechno and more until 4am should do the trick.
If you fancy seeing two record labels duel, DJs like ADHD and Thys making their Manchester debuts and a host of other artists taking over two full venues, this one’s for you.
Defective – Depot Mayfield (18+)
WHEN: From Saturday 15 to Sunday 16 October 2022, from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. (last entry at 5.30 p.m.)
Another 18+ event, Defected’s famous spot at Mayfield Depot is next for this year warehouse project and the programming will have you partying until the wee hours according to.
Offering everything from electronica to house to disco, including Glitterbox, Bob Sinclar, a Groove Armada DJ set and dozens more, WHP is well and truly taking off.
Gabriels — New Century Room (14+)
WHEN: Saturday October 22, 2022, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. (14+)
Popping up in one of the coolest new venues in the city centre, R&B/soul group Gabriels perform for the second night in Manchester to christen the newly minted new centuryfresh off supporting Harry Styles on tour.
One of the most beautiful spaces in town, the new space’s sleek ’70s setting will be the perfect setting for the soft-spoken frontman Jacob Lusk. You don’t want to miss this one.
Joshua Brooks presents General Levy + Support (18+)
WHEN: Saturday October 22, 2022, from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. (last entry 12 a.m.)
The legend of ragga himself, General Levy, is hosting a night of jungle and drum and bass in the Joshua Brooks basement. Say no more.
You can’t even hear his name without thinking about it legendary MistaJam moment on Radio One and you’ll be happy to know that his sets sound even bigger than that every time, without fail. Best of all, tickets are only a five. You’d be crazy not to.
Festival of Fear — Pier 53 (18+)
WHEN: From Saturday 29 to Sunday 30 October 2022, from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. (last entry at 7.30 p.m.)
If you’re looking for slightly spookier vibes as ghost season approaches, look no further. The ‘Festival of Fear’ near Piccadilly is Dock 53’s inaugural Halloween event and will see some of the UK’s best rock tribute acts descend on Manchester.
Hosted in the converted cargo yard and event space, you’ll be treated to Megadeth UK (Megadeth), Hi On Maiden (Iron Maiden), Ozzbest (Black Sabbath) and more. Rock lovers, mark it in your diary.
Cinéma Sprechen: Screening Nosferatu + Soundtrack — The Carlton Club (18+)
WHEN: Monday, October 31, 2022, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. (last entry 8 p.m.)
Now, if you’re not one for fancy dress parties or going out on the town, but still want to enjoy Halloween 2022, this special screening of the horror classic Nosferatus (aka the original vampire) should be right up your street.
Presented at the Carlton Club in Whalley Range, Bram Stoker’s German Expressionist film adaptation Dracula will be scored live by Manchester day club Supernature’s Chris Massey and Richie V. Even better, tickets include a free vegan meal and a free “dark beer.” Tidy.
Don’t sleepwalk November and a winter full of Christmas gift shopping with the few pennies you have left after watching all the England games in the pub – book this stuff, people!
You can find many more concerts, club nights and special events in Manchester in October via Skiddle.
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