Ariana Makes Manchester Comeback

Ariana returns to Manchester for the first time in two years.


Lucky ticket holders saw Ariana Grande take a break from her world Sweetener Tour to perform in Manchester for the first time in two years. 

This time Grande was welcomed back as an honorary citizen after the horrendous attack that took place at her Dangerous Woman tour. After her One Love concert, Grande won the nation's hearts and the honorary title of a place Grande explains “holds a very special place in [her] heart.” Grande treated spectators to several songs including number one hits ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ and ‘One Last Time’.

Grande was in fact the Sunday headliner for this year's event, alongside Years and Years who performed on Saturday. Supporting acts included; Pixie Lott, Bananarama, and Becky Hill. A dance tent was also available with a range of DJ's such as Faithless and HEDKANDI who were on their 20th Anniversary Tour. 

There was no shortage of variety at the four-day celebration that took place over two venues. Mayfield site and Sackville Gardens saw LGBT+ members break free and embrace all sexualities through parties, parades and powerful performances. 

Just like any successful British event, there were bars and markets selling food and drinks to keep everyone's focus throughout the long weekend. To top off the amazing weekend, the funfair even found a home over at the station platforms which proved lots of fun for families. 

We can’t tell you who will be at next years Pride but we can tell you one thing. Buying a weekend ticket will be the best mistake you’ll ever make.  

Photo via: Times.

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