Here's Everything We Know About 2019's Massive Manchester Day Parade

We're giving the theme 10/10

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The countdown officially begins!

Manchester Day will be returning in June this year, celebrating ten years of the event in collaboration with Manchester Council.

Manchester’s free family-friendly day out will be coming to city centre streets on Sunday 23 June from 12 until 6pm.

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Celebrating 10 years of Manchester Day, the theme is '10 out of 10', with a spokesperson adding: "We’re giving the best city in the world ten out of ten for its successes in industry, science, music, fashion, education and sporting achievements."

City Centre squares - Albert Square, St Ann’s Square and Cathedral Gardens - will host an array of performances and entertainment throughout the day, as well as food and drink stalls and decorations to fit the theme.

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The parade will be around a mile long and will take up to an hour, with the official route being announced in Spring 2019.

In 2018, the Manchester Day parade began at Liverpool Road, going down Deansgate, Peter Street and Albert Square, before finishing in Exchange Square.

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