This Unmissable Bank Hol Festival Has Designated Gin And Prosecco Bars

It's back in Manchester!

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May is the month that keeps on giving - bookended by two MASSIVE Bank Holidays.

But as you're planning for the May 1 break, you should definitely get your tickets to a major event on May 28 before they sell out.

One of Manchester's biggest signs of summer, the Solis Street Party and Beer Festival, is back back back, and it's going to be amazing.

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Following on from last year's rooftop party series, Solis returns to take over yet another unique space - the Old Granada Studios.

Brewski, Chorlton's beer, poutine and pizza mecca, is teaming up with meat maestros BEASTro to offer street food at the major event.

Food will include wood-fired pizza cooked out of a three-wheel van, poutine, Moroccan wraps and all American barbecue.

Open all day today - Sort you're bank holiday hangovers out with some lovely brunch,poutine,pizza & hair of the dog

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Steak and chips. #unleashthebeast #steak

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There will also be a camper van providing Prosecco on tap, a kona wave tiki bar and so much more.

The studios boast a unique outdoor street space and huge industrial indoor beer hall, and alongside the food will be bars stocked with a fantastic selection of local & European beers, a carefully curated cocktail menu and designated gin and Prosecco bars.

AND - for one day only - a watermelon prosecco punch has been promised!

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There will be live music and DJs playing everything from disco and funk, to jazz and house, accompanied by live saxophone and percussion.

Early bird tickets are currently £7 but will be rising to £9, available from here.

And there's free entry for all Manchester 10k runners - medals must be shown at the door.

Follow Solis on Instagram and on Facebook for more information closer to the time.

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Kirstie McCrum

Chatty horror movie buff with a love for languages and puppies. Manchester blow-in who loves the city completely.

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