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Manchester International Festival (MIF) is an artist-led, commissioning festival presenting new works from across the spectrum of performing arts, visual arts and popular culture. It was launched in 2007 and takes place biennially.
Manchester Carnival has brought Caribbean culture to the forefront, annually for over 40 years, and is the North West's largest celebration of Caribbean music and carnival arts. A vibrant celebration of Caribbean music, dance, theatre and costume.
Following the success of the 2016 Wigan International Jazz Festival, the 2017 Festival has been confirmed to take place from Thurday July 6 - Sunday July 9 2017.
Sounds of the City returns to Castlefield Bowl in 2017 with another stellar line-up.
Doki Doki - The Manchester Japanese Festival is an event held in Manchester, UK, celebrating both traditional and modern Japanese culture.
The Greater Manchester Fringe Festival is a multi-venue open access arts festival providing support for all art forms to show their work.
Festejar in Manchester's very own Spanish festival in the heart of the city centre. Featuring an array of activity in Albert Square including Spanish dancing lessons, live bands, and food and drink, Festejar transforms the area in a Spanish Oasis.
An intergalactic festival of music, science and the exploration of space.
Manchester Punk Festival is a volunteer run, not-for-profit, multi-day and venue DIY punk rock festival held in Manchester City Centre, brought by TNSrecords, Anarchistic Undertones and Moving North.
This annual competition which dates back to the 1980s sees Black Puddings hurtled at a pile of Yorkshire Puddings on a 20ft high plinth.
City centre festival featuring over 100 international acts.
Manchester's biggest music festival returns in 2017 on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 June at Heaton Park.
Bolton’s Winter Festival offers something for all the family from the popular covered ice rink, super fun snow slide, magical Santa’s Grotto and festive artisan markets.
Manchester Beer and Cider Festival 2017 returns to Manchester Central in January