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Rare trainer festival Crepe City is heading back to Manchester, The Manc

Rare trainer festival Crepe City is heading back to Manchester

Europe’s leading sneaker event Crepe City is making a return to Manchester, bringing rare trainers, DJs and street food.

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More than 150 traders will be showcasing some of the world’s most sought-after trainers at the massive event.

Crepe City will be taking over Bowler’s Exhibition Centre in Stretford again next spring, following its last event here back in August.

Rare trainer festival Crepe City is heading back to Manchester, The Manc
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As well as rare and desirable trainers up for sale, the event brings together a day of entertainment for trainer fanatics.

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You can expect competitions, panel discussions, live performances, and local DJs.

There’ll be street food stalls on site, as well as a bar run by Manchester-based Rockstar Spirits.

Rare trainer festival Crepe City is heading back to Manchester, The Manc

It’s not just sneakers either – clothing brands from Manchester and London will make appearances at next year’s Crepe City.

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Crepe City was originally launched in London over a decade ago; with co-founder Ronal Raichura quitting his job as a lawyer to set up an event for sneaker fans to swap, sell and buy.

The 2022 Manchester edition of the festival will run from 12pm – 6pm on Sunday March 13 and is expected to attract a huge audience.

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There’s an option to buy a VIP ticket for £20 per person, which will gain you access to Crepe City at 11am, an hour before the main doors open.

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VIP packages also include a drink.

General admission early bird tickets are now on sale through Fever Up, priced at £10 per person.

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