WHO WOULD HAVE BELIEVED THERE WOULD BE BAD WEATHER IN MANCHESTER?
Rather than trying to plough on in the downpour, the DEANSGATE MUSIC FESTIVAL has announced that it will postpone its event until later in the summer.
The event was supposed to take place on the ‘hidden’ street just off Deansgate this weekend, with live music and food on offer over three days.
It will now be shifted to the August bank holiday weekend.
The free festival had been created to champion the independent businesses that have set up shop along the street, including The Lion’s Den pub, the Whistle Punks axe-throwing bar and the 3 Hands Del.
A statement from the Great Northern Warehouse said: “With the weather forecast looking positively frightful for the weekend ahead, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the Mews Festival until the August Bank Holiday weekend: Friday 27th to Sunday 29th.
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