Get involved in Manchester Day 2022

11th May 2022, 11:06 am

Manchester Day 2022, Sunday 19 June, 11am – 5pm, Manchester City Centre.
Events and activities from 11am across the city.
Parade starts at 1pm along Deansgate, St Mary’s Gate, Cross St and John Dalton St.

Back for 2022, Manchester Day returns to our streets for a celebration of togetherness and a dose of good old fashioned fun. On Sunday 19 June, the Manchester Day Parade will weave its way through the city centre in a riot of colour, sound and spectacle.

The Parade has been created in collaboration with youth and community groups across Manchester, along with outdoor arts specialists, Walk the Plank.  There will also be special pop-up events across the city from 11am until 5pm.

How to get involved:

  • The parade will draw in thousands of people to the city centre, and we’d like to work with businesses to encourage footfall into your venues, through offers, events and more. If you’d like to get involved, please email:
  • Sponsorship – Manchester Day is an unmissable date in the city’s annual event calendar. There are fantastic opportunities available for businesses to use the event as a platform to showcase their relationship with the city. To discuss how your company might benefit and be involved in Manchester Day, visit: Become a Sponsor – Manchester Day : Manchester Day
  • Join the Refill Revolution this World Refill Day! – This year Manchester Day is partnering with World Refill Day, as we join the global campaign to stamp out avoidable single use plastics by 2024. As a responsible event organiser, we encourage our audience and businesses to use their own bottles and reusable cups in your venue. Whether you’re a chain or independent business find out how to get involved at: World Refill Day – Refill – Join the Refill Revolution

Information about road closures along the parade route will be sent to business closer to the time.

We hope to see you on Manchester Day!

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