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Manchester’s best nights out and gigs to attend in November

Written by Sam Walker.
Posted November 2, 2023.
Soup Kitchen in the Northern Quarter

Manchester is known as being a cultural powerhouse, which has been reinforced with the arrivals of the biggest cultural investment since 2000 with the Aviva Studios and the Co-op Live next year. In the same vein November sees some of the world’s leading acts come to Manchester to show off their craft, we’ve looked through everything that is on and these are our top picks.

Warehouse Project Homobloc


First up we have The Warehouse Project’s Homobloc event. An all-star line-up in the DJ world with the likes of The Blessed Madonna, Jessie Ware, Romy and Confidence Man gracing us with their presence at the Mayfield Depot, as well as many more. A night that is definitely not to be missed.

Homo Bloc – Mayfield Depot – 4 November

Little Simz

Kicking off the UK leg of her No Thank You tour, Little Simz will be performing at the O2 Victoria Warehouse, and we can’t wait. Expect to hear the best tunes of both of her albums in an unmatched venue.

Little Simz – O2 Victoria Warehouse – 5/6 November

Noah Kahan plays at O2 Victoria Warehouse

Noah Kahan

It’s not often Manchester gets a big American Country/Folk singer, but we’re hyped about Noah Kahan’s arrival. Coming off the back of a collab with Post Malone, the crowd will undoubtedly be going wild for Dial Drunk. Unfortunately, we can’t see Post Malone making a surprise appearance in Manchester, but you never know.

Noah Kahan – O2 Victoria Warehouse – 14 November

Anne-Marie plays at the AO Arena


Undoubtedly one of the UK’s most successful artists in 2023, Anne-Marie is playing at the AO Arena in November. Her Unhealthy album has done incredible numbers and collabs with the likes of Shania Twain, Khalid and Manchester-lad Aitch it’s easy to see why.

Anne-Marie – AO Arena – 16 November

Barry Can't Swim plays at Canvas

Barry Can’t Swim

Barry Can’t Swim is another UK artist that has had an incredible 2023, meaning he has gained a cult following amongst DJ enthusiasts not only in the UK but internationally. Tickets to his show at Canvas are a must buy for November.

Barry Can’t Swim – Canvas – 17 November

Mella Dee plays at Hidden

Mella Dee

Mella Dee will be playing at Hidden and without a doubt will be spinning one of the best house and techno sets in Manchester this month.

Mella Dee – Hidden – 11 November

Joy Orbison Plays at Soup Kitchen

Joy Orbison

We end with a DJ veteran, Joy Orbison, who has been spinning records since 2009. So, it’s safe to say he is well-versed in putting on memorable high energy sets, and what better venue to host him than the iconic Soup.

Joy Orbison – Soup – 24 November