We’ve got a big date for you to get in your diary, as Liam Gallagher is set to play an epic homecoming gig at Heaton Park next year.
Yesterday the former Oasis star teased the upcoming Manchester show on his Instagram, with people left scratching their heads trying to figure out where it was going to be.
Now Liam has confirmed it’ll take place at Heaton Park the day before Parklife, on Friday June 12th 2020.
The show will mark ten years since Oasis’ last hometown gig, which coincidentally was also at Heaton Park, back in June 2009, just before they sadly split – leaving Mancunians everywhere devastated.
According to Liam’s Twitter post, he’ll be playing songs from his two solo albums as well as some ‘stone cold Oasis classics’, so it’s set to be a good’un.
Tickets will set you back £59.50 – you’ll be able to get your hands on them on Friday November 29th at 9am, with a special pre-sale happening on Thursday November 28th at 9am.
A new Brazilian bottomless brunch with endless sangria on tap is coming to Manchester
This looks so good!
You can’t beat a bottomless brunch, with nonstop booze and good food – it’s what Sundays are made for.
But what could make a bottomless brunch even better? Well, how about ENDLESS SANGRIA ON TAP alongside some top notch Brazilian food? Yep, that’ll do it.
And Manchester’s very own KBOM Bar & Kitchen is doing just that, launching their ‘Domingo sem Fundo‘ – which roughly translates as ‘Bottomless Sundays’ – this weekend.
You can choose a starter and a main alongside bottomless drinks for 90 minutes for just £22.95 per person, with a wide range of Brazilian and Portuguese dishes to pick from.
Starters include Rissois de Quejio – deep-fried cheese croquettes – or Pao de Quejio, cheesy dough balls which are the most popular street food snack over in Brazil.
You can also grab Asas Grelhadas, which is Portuguese style grilled chicken wings, marinated and cooked in either lemon and herb or KBOM’s very own Piri Piri seasoning.
When it comes to mains, there’s loads of authentic Brazilian and Portuguese dishes, like Bitoque – a Portuguese take on steak and eggs – and Frango Grelhado, which is half a grilled Piri Piri spiced chicken with fries.
There’s also the Burger da Onda – a steak and king prawn burger – alongside Espetada de Gambas, grilled king prawn skewers brushed with in-house made chilli and garlic seasoning.
If you want to go all out there’s the Picanha à Brasileira, Brazilian-style grilled sirloin steak served with black beans, rice and farofa seasoning.
When it comes to drinks you’re really spoiled for choice, with bottomless Sangria straight from the tap, Caipirinhas (a top quality Brazilian cocktail), red, white or rose wine, Super Bock or Sagres lager, or if you’re off the booze there’s soft drinks as well.
KBOM’s bottomless Sunday brunches start this Sunday, September 20th, with three slots at 12:15-13:45, 14:00-15:30 and 15:45-17:15 – you can book in here.
A terrifying drive-in cinema event with actors lurking in the shadows is coming to Manchester
If you think you can handle it…
An immersive drive-in cinema event is coming to Manchester for Halloween, and who knows what will be lurking in the shadows…
ScareCity is set to take over EventCity in Manchester from October 12th to November 1st with live socially-distant entertainment.
You can enjoy the world’s scariest films on the big screen, all from the comfort of your own car.
You’ll just have to drive through the ‘scare tunnel’ first…
The schedule is full of Halloween classics such as The Ring, The Conjuring, and the creepy clown from It will also be making an appearance.
There will also be some kid-friendly films, including Coraline, Hocus Pocus and Coco – you can see the full schedule below.
Food and drink is also available on site, that will all be served safely and in compliance with Covid-19 precautions.
Tickets cost £35 per vehicle, and you can grab them here now.
ScareCity Film Schedule:
- 12th October: The Invisible Man at 9pm
- 13th October: The Ring at 9pm
- 14th October: Insidious at 9pm
- 15th October: Get Out at 9pm
- 16th October: Blair Witch Project at 9pm
- 17th October: Frankenweenie at 12pm, Beetlejuice at 4pm, US at 8pm
- 18th October: Goosebumps at 12pm, 28 Days Later at 4pm, The Hills Have Eyes at 8pm
- 19th October: The Conjuring at 9pm
- 20th October: Annabelle at 9pm
- 21st October: The Conjuring 2 at 9pm
- 22nd October: Annabelle Creation at 9pm
- 23rd October: Hocus Pocus at 6pm, The Nun at 9pm
- 24th October: Coraline at 12pm, The Curse of La LLorona at 4pm, Annabelle Comes Home at 8pm
- 25th October: Monster House at 12pm, The Grudge at 4pm, The Exorcist at 8pm
- 26th October: It at 4pm, Crawl at 8pm
- 27th October: It Chapter 2 at 4pm, The Lighthouse at 8pm
- 28th October: Scary Movie at 4pm, Paranormal Activity at 8pm
- 29th October: The Witch at 4pm, Cabin in the Woods at 8pm
- 30th October: Child’s Play at 6pm, The Descent at 9pm
- 31st October: Coco at 12pm, The Invisible Man at 4pm, Halloween (2018) at 8pm
- 1st November: The Haunted Mansion at 4pm, The Ring at 8pm
There’s a massive Bongo’s Bingo coming to Blackpool Pleasure Beach
This will be mental!
Bongo’s Bingo will be hosting two massive events on Blackpool beach to ends this surreal summer.
The iconic seaside resort will open its arms to two massive open-air shows this month featuring the usual Bongo’s Bingo magic and mayhem.
Bongo’s Bingo has been on an extended break this year but has recently launched a series of safe but fun events in a new outdoor format.
They debuted in Newcastle at the UK’s first socially distanced music venue, Virgin Money Unity Arena, with two sell-out events.
Next up is Blackpool Pleasure Beach that will feature Jonny Bongo himself for two epic nights at the iconic seaside resort.
Jonny Bongo says: “Our Outdoors shows have been simply amazing so far and it has been so good bringing people back together for some much-needed escapism.
“Doing what we do outdoors, socially-distanced and seeing everyone go wild is very special – the energy from everyone so far has been electric. We know Blackpool always likes to party and in such a jaw-dropping location it’s going to be pure class. There’s no excuse now not to join us – our two shows are going to be mega!”
Guests can expect the usual antics from the show and weird and wonderful prizes as ever!
Friday evening has sold out but there are still tickets available to the event on Thursday 24th September.