A Rum & Reggae Festival is coming to Manchester!
| 23rd March 2018
Get ready to dance the night away and drink one of the all-time favourite spirits – Rum.
A Rum and Reggae festival is coming to Manchester. Chilled vibes, glasses of rum, with great music to distract you from all your problems in life.
The festival will tour round the country bringing life to wherever it goes. It will hit Manchester August 11th, at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre, so make sure you get your hands on a ticket!
The festival will greet you with a welcome Rum punch and a Rum Atlas; which is a pocket-sized guide telling you all about the different kinds of exciting Rums. From exotic fruits to dark aromatics from around the globe, many Rums will be on offer to enjoy at the festival.
Just a few to name to get everyone excited for the festival, Wray and Nephew, Dark Matter Spiced Rum and Pineapple Rum, will all be at your fingertips to taste, swirl and swallow. Let those taste buds come alive and your body be taken over by the strong sensational flavours of Rum.
Welcoming all people to come and enjoy the different kinds of Rum the Earth has to offer. Decide you have a favourite at the festival, then feel free to order a bottle and have it delivered to you after the festival.
Enjoy a selection of Reggae music to take you on a journey around the world by Reggae Sound System. With talented carnival dancers, steel drum performances and traditional Caribbean food, your senses will take you on a journey to the other side of the planet thanks to this colourful festival.
A Rum cocktail bar will made available, so you can enjoy what mixers the festival has to offer and what is best suited to Rum. Beer drinkers out there, can enjoy a Cubanisto beer bar serving premium spirit beer.
Further to all the drinks, food and entertainment that will be there on offer to enjoy; Rum lovers will be able to dance the night away in the UV lights and glow in the dark properties the venue has to offer. There will also be a photo booth – free of charge – so you can capture the moment there and then.
As the festival will be on during the day (1pm to 6pm) and night (7pm to midnight), festival goers will have the choice of either a day or night ticket. Ticket prices start at £13.99 plus a booking fee.