Manchester pride tickets on sale online now £16 @ quaytickets
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Manchester pride tickets on sale online now £16 @ quaytickets

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Found 31st Jan 2014
GRAB YOUR TICKET

For £16 you can party for 72 hours in the world famous Manchester Gay Village, over the August Bank Holiday Weekend, from Friday 22 August to Monday 25 August.


BE QUICK!

The Price Freeze is on until Friday 28 February - so be quick and tell your friends to buy their £16 ticket too - which works out at a thrifty £4 a day! 


NO BOOKING FEES!

We've abolished those pesky booking fees, so you won't get any unwanted charges. Choosing an e-ticket or buying in person makes the delivery cost even cheaper!

buy them online or IN PERSON

There are a number of official ticket outlets, located in The Village, where you can buy your Big Weekend Price Freeze tickets in person:

Clone Zone, Sackville Street

Taurus, Canal Street

G-A-Y, Canal Street

VIA, Canal Street

New York, New York, Bloom Street

I don't know what singers are there this year so I'm sorry but was some good ones last year
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personally we love this area, its a right laugh with no trouble and friendly faces everywhere you go, and ive been married for 10 years to a lovely lady, sod all the haters, this is a great offer!

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philjstephenson

personally we love this area, its a right laugh with no trouble and … personally we love this area, its a right laugh with no trouble and friendly faces everywhere you go, and ive been married for 10 years to a lovely lady, sod all the haters, this is a great offer!



that's what I like too see :-)

Awesome thanks!. Your right its so chilled out just hope get good weather can you book that anywhere!

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anthony69

Awesome thanks!. Your right its so chilled out just hope get good weather … Awesome thanks!. Your right its so chilled out just hope get good weather can you book that anywhere!



lol it was okay last year on sat night hehe

Is Putin allowed?

I'm a gay person from Manchester and have been going to this event since I was 15 (you didn't need tickets way back then!). I love the Village and even met my wife there but the thing that utterly winds me up is the poxy pathetic amount they end up donating to the charities at the end of the event. They claim the whole event is to raise money and last year managed to raise about £30,000. The turnover was well over £10million I believe. I have raised this point via the Pride facebook page but they just keep deleting my questions. Still a good price for the tickets but be aware your money is unlikely to reach a good cause.

g7uk.com/man…tml

This details where the money goes

I too am a gay guy, and in the early days attended the "Mardi Gras"
For the last 5 yrs i have refused to go, not solely due to the rising cost of purchasing a band, but the menial monies from sales of these to the charities.In my view and many of the thousands of gay guys who once attended... its a total sham, and one big cover up for organisers to fill their pockets.

Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to tell the world they are gay ??

Lots of stuff about this in the local papers - the amount given to charity is negligible. Not sure who pays for all the extra policing either, but don't see this as a charity event because it's not.

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ChrisUK

Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to … Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to tell the world they are gay ??



it's not just for gay people I've seen family's go with there young kids and also it's to celebrate gay life and how far we have come altogether we got the same rights by fight the different laws and rights for gay/bi/trans people girl's and boys

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fighting*

ChrisUK

Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to … Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to tell the world they are gay ??


haha, its not about telling the world, its about celebrating our sexuality, its not like we're getting a father's day is it!

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ardentical

haha, its not about telling the world, its about celebrating our … haha, its not about telling the world, its about celebrating our sexuality, its not like we're getting a father's day is it!



made me chuckle that did lol




ChrisUK

Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to … Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to tell the world they are gay ??

ChrisUK

haha, its not about telling the world, its about celebrating our … haha, its not about telling the world, its about celebrating our sexuality, its not like we're getting a father's day is it!



Straight couple = mothers day and fathers day
Me and my partner = no fathers day

not hard is it, only person here is passing judgement is you.
if you "dont get it" why comment !


Edited by: "ardentical" 5th Feb 2014

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richohone

What a vile comment that is. Honestly, why haven't you been banned? This … What a vile comment that is. Honestly, why haven't you been banned? This is the 21st century - take your idiot homophobia elsewhere. Oh, and I'm not gay btw, I'm just not stewing in my own ignorance.



sadly homophbia is still every where but we'll done we need more people like you

Banned

ChrisUK

Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to … Still don't get why people of a certain persuasion need a festival to tell the world they are gay ??



Homophobic much?

The festival is available for anyone to attend. Gay people are not trying to discriminate and the festival is mean to celebrate the fact they can be gay without fear of prejudice. Obviously it doesn't work out that way on this site, but maybe one day admins will understand bigotry shouldn't be tolerated. Good to see they removed the rest of your comments though.

I've a spare ticket. Would you like to go?
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