We’re proud to embrace Manchester Pride by hosting a suitably fabulous, family-friendly, glitter-filled takeover at Hatch throughout the bank holiday weekend of the 25th, 26th and 27th of August.
Join us for special events, DJs and performances as well as your favourite street food, craft beer and shopping!
We’ve added some disco balls to the trees and will be kicking off with our usual resident DJs Friday 24th August from 5-9pm followed by…
Saturday 25th August, 7-11am, ticketed.
Morning Gloryville, the original morning rave, will be coming to Hatch for a fabulous sober, sunrise session! Morning Gloryville is an immersive morning dance party – the pioneers of sober morning raving, they were born in London in 2013 and since then have become a global community of events that empower people to “rave their way into the day!” They’ll be taking over the decks from 7-11am to kick your Pride weekend off the right way!
Expect organic coffee, smoothie bars and free yoga – a special Filipino breakfast will be available to buy too courtesy of Hatch street food legend Mama Z.
Tickets are £15 for adults, £5 for kids aged 5-12 and free for under 5s. Follow this link to grab your tickets!
Saturday from 11am-11pm, free: From 11am Hatch will return to being free entry, with DJs playing all day to keep the party vibe going until 11pm.
Sunday 26th August, 12-6pm, free.
On Sunday, all female Manchester DJ collective, Disco Mums, will be playing a special six hour set at Hatch! Seasoned clubbers (and now proud parents), the Disco Mums are still playing records thanks to the babysitting skills of a team of paid helpers. Expect to hear an eclectic mix of music from soul to reggae, techno to disco – all designed to create good times. Plus there’ll be special brunch menus from our street food traders, dancers to bring the magic plus the chance to fabulize yourself in the Wish Upon a Sparkle photobooth!
Monday 27th August, 11-6pm, free.
Got yourself a bank holiday hangover? Head to Hatch for a restorative lunch and a rejuvenating juice!
Hatch can be found on Oxford Road, under the Mancunian Way for those who haven’t visited us before.