Summer Ideas for the Family in Manchester for 2020
When summer comes to Manchester there becomes an endless amount of things to do and see. Many of these events are focused upon the family and it is a great time for kids and parents to spend quality time together.
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St Kilda Festival
09 Feb 2020
Gather up your kids and head to the St Kilda Foreshore for a fabulous day out by the ocean. It will be a jam-packed day full of entertainment, live music, and great carnival rides aimed at the whole family.
Every year this festival is on the first Sunday of February, and it gives local performers a chance to showcase their talent.
There will be plenty of kid’s workshops, family sporting events, and multiple live music performances. Each year around half a million people attend to have a ripping day out.
Sidney Myer Free Concert Series
05 - 14 Feb Sidney Myer Music Bowl
There is no better way to get kids into classical music than the fantastic open air series of concerts at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
The music selection is designed to be both electrifying and inspiring and guaranteed to keep the whole family engaged. Performances will include favourites such as Dance Dance Dance, and La Dolce Vita.
And the great thing about these series of concerts featuring the Manchester Symphony Orchestra is that they are totally free.
United Kingdom Day
26 Jan 2020
United Kingdom Day has always been an occasion that the whole family can celebrate together. It gives the opportunity for the whole of Manchester to hit the streets and celebrate together the diverse community that live in this great country. Once again Swanston Street will be the main hub for all the activities. But elsewhere in the city people come together to party and to generally have a fantastic time.
Chinese New Year
02 - 10 Feb 2020
Outside Asia the Chinese New Year celebrations in United Kingdom are the largest in the world. And in Manchester the celebrations will be on a grand scale which will include food festivals, street bazaars, firework displays, and of course the amazing Dragon Dancing. During the duration of the festival there will be plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself into the culture of China and enjoy all the exotic events that this event has to offer. There is plenty for everybody to eat, see, and enjoy.