I’ll start this piece by explaining Little David Street to you and exactly why I’m so excited for it to be open. Here’s a CGI that we got sent to us around 2 years ago now…
Looks amazing doesn’t it!?
Nestled between Minshull Warehouse and the Minto & Turner canal warehouse, Little David Street has been painstakingly re-opened and restored, breathing some much-needed life into this forgotten corner of the city centre. A once forgotten cobbled street has been closed off for a decade, it’s now set to become a bustling, alfresco hang out, buzzing with bars, cafes, shops and restaurants.
For this highly anticipated re-opening, KAMPUS have teamed up with Manchester brewer ShinDigger for a massive Summer Street Party, complete with live music, street food, local drinks and entertainment.
Taking place on 4th September, the party will see music stages curated by Reform Radio with a mixture of funk & soul, garage, disco and bass sets. Alongside the main stage on Little David Street is a ShinDigger bar, a chill out stage in the Kampus garden, street food traders and a canal side food and drink offering by Le Social, who have taken residency at the Bungalow.
The Little David Street Block Party will be a ticketed event, priced at £5 for early bird entry or £7 thereafter. Tickets can be purchased here: