Back by popular demand, New Bailey is hosting a Sunrise Sessions summer closing party this September in aid of Forever Manchester.
Inspired by the internationally renowned Elrow parties, often described as the craziest parties in the world of dance music, the Summer Session event will include an open air, rave-inspired Zumba workout, ideal to get the blood pumping and say goodbye to the summer in style.
The session is set to take place at The Track, New Bailey, M3 5AX, on Thursday 28th September and will run from 7.30am until 8.15am, followed by a delicious breakfast served at Menagerie.
Menagerie’s resident DJ, Sarah Giggles, is all set to headline the event, playing a selection of upbeat summer songs mixing up some bouncing house music while Zumba instructor Lou Keen will lead the way and get everybody moving.
Our caped kindness crusader, Captain Manchester, will also be joining in and encouraging participants to get dressed up. The dress code is eclectic so expect to see lots of glitter, inflatables and neon!
Commenting on the event, Phil Mayall, Development Director at English Cities Fund (ECf) and Developer of New Bailey, said: “We are really pleased to be raising money for Forever Manchester by hosting another Sunrise Sessions event here at New Bailey. We have seen the great work that the charity does for the community of Manchester, so it is a pleasure to support them. We hope to see lots of people taking part and having fun.”
Tickets are priced at £10 (including breakfast) and can be purchased on Eventbrite with all proceeds going to Forever Manchester to raise money to fund and support community projects and activity across Greater Manchester.