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New Year’s Eve Fireworks In Manchester

New Years Eve Fireworks Manchester Creit Manchester city Council
Start Date: 31 Dec 2023
Venue: Castlefield Bowl

The New Year’s Eve Fireworks are back in Manchester City for 2023 to celebrate the start of 2024. 

Manchester City Council have announced that the fireworks display will return for Manchester’s New Year Eve 2023. It will be the first time that the fireworks celebrations are back since before the Covid pandemic in 2019. 

Last year’s celebrations took place in Piccadilly Gardens with a big party however fireworks weren’t part of the celebrations. 

Here is everything you need to know

New Year’s Eve Fireworks In Manchester 2023 

New Years Eve Manchester Fireworks

The 2023 New Year’s Eve fireworks event in Manchester will include a live DJ set from Hits Radio DJ Jordan Lee, a big countdown and a huge firework display at midnight. 

The event is family-friendly and will be alcohol-free. 

Entry will be free and on a first-come-come-served basis with a 10,000-person capacity. 

Where will the New Year’s Eve Fireworks Be in Manchester 

Where Manchester New Years Eve fireworks

The Manchester New Year’s Eve event will take place at Castlefield Bowl.

Entry will be via Liverpool Street or Duke Street Deansgate outside Manchester Cathedral. 

There will also be two disability access points for New Year revellers – one on Liverpool Road by the Castlefield Visitor Centre and one on Rice Street, along with a dedicated viewing area. 

No seating will be available. 

What Time Will the Fireworks Start On New Year’s Eve In Manchester 

The New Year’s Eve Fireworks event will start at 10.00 pm and it is advised to get there early. 

Why Are The Manchester New Years Eve Fireworks Back this Year

Manchester Councilor and Christmas and New Year spokesperson for Manchester City Council said: “No-one can deny that 2023 has proved to be quite the year for Manchester with a list of successes in the fields of culture and sport as long as your arm, added to a rapidly growing global reputation as a city to do business with.

“Coming as it does after the dark days of the last few years, we think the time is now right to show how proud we are of our fantastic city and to celebrate it as we close the door on 2023 and look ahead to 2024 and beyond.”

 “This in no way means we’ve forgotten how hard life is for a lot of people just now, but we do know that bringing people together helps – it’s what Manchester does best.

Mancunians really are the best people in the world and we can’t think of a better way of welcoming in a new year filled with new possibilities for all of us, than spending it with those we love.”

More about the New Years Eve Manchester Event here . 

Discover >>> What’s on New Year’s Eve For Families in Manchester 

Always check with organiser before setting off
Address: Castlefield Bowl, Manchester City Centre


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