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Manchester Day Is Happening This Weekend – Here’s Everything You Need To Know

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Listen up Mancs! Manchester Day is returning this weekend, celebrating ten years of the event in collaboration with Manchester Council.

So here’s everything you need to know…

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?.

Of the theme, a spokesperson for Manchester Day said: “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.”

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OK. We’re 100% on board. (Manchester is the best city after all.)

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.

According to organisers, the parade has a new route this year. It will begin on Princess Street (near Canal Street), onto Portland Street and Peter Street, before travelling down Deansgate to finish near the Manchester Cathedral.

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Manchester Day organisers released approximate timings for each parade location:

1.00pm – Start at Princess St
1.15pm – Peter Street
1.30pm – Deansgate
2.30pm – Finish at Manchester Cathedral

You can download the route map for Manchester Day 2019 parade here.

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