Win a VIP weekend to Manchester Pride Festival with Whitworth Locke and GAY TIMES

As the Summer of Pride comes to a close, it’s finishing with the most impressive one of the lot: Manchester Pride.

With tens of thousands of people lining the city streets for a huge celebration of everything LGBTQ, events happening all over Manchester, and huge headline sets from Years & Years and Ariana Grande, it’s going to be a bank holiday weekend to remember.

We’ve partnered with Manchester Pride and Whitworth Locke to offer the ultimate luxury experience for you and a guest.

Whitworth Locke embraces the quirks and history of the former cotton mill building. Many suites retain grand Victorian period features, all are exceptionally spacious, feeling more like your own contemporary apartment in the city than a traditional hotel room.

Over the weekend, they’ll be throwing loads of celebrations including, including an official Pride party.

As official partners of Manchester Pride 2019, Whitworth Locke is going big.

On Saturday 24 August, local duo Joy Social will be warming up the decks from 11am, spinning a selection of boogie, disco, and house to ease everyone into proceedings, before renowned daytime party-starters Supernature Disco take over at 4.30pm, upping the tempo to take revellers moving and grooving into the night.

Food and drinks will be provided by Whitworth Locke’s partners; Foundation Coffee, Conservatory Bar and El Camino at The Cotton Factory, all day from 11am.

On Sunday 25 August, Whitworth Locke will be winding down Pride weekend with an acoustic set from local singer-songwriters Honey We Three.

Prize includes VIP festival tickets and two nights at Whitworth Locke. Entrants must be 18+ and must be able to travel to Manchester. Terms and conditions apply.

For a cool place to stay, visit Whitworth Locke and use our 15% discount code, enter COMMUNITY. For more information, you can visit the official website here.

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