Albert Hall is returning for a one-off Musik Halle event with bands, DJs, bratwursts and kebabs
Owners have announced a special standalone event featuring beers, cocktails, street grub and performances from their resident band and DJs.
Albert Hall is back in action for one night only next month – hosting an exclusive popup event featuring “Biers, Brats & Musik”.
The historic live music venue has been uncomfortably deserted for a large chunk of 2020, but owners have now announced a special standalone evening featuring beers, cocktails, street grub and performances from their resident band and DJs.
A curated beer list will include the likes of Steigl, Paulaner and Manchester Rein, whilst bratwursts and kebabs will be sizzling away in the Cook Haus.
Sweet and savoury crepes will also be up for grabs.
Over on the stage, Jenna & The Gs will be stepping up perform classy covers of funk & soul classics.
Albert Hall representatives stated: “With our Grade II listed Wesleyan Chapel sitting quiet for many months, we are delighted to announce the launch of our Albert’s Pop Up Musik Halle.”
The event is being billed as “a new way to experience Albert Hall”, promising “an evening of fun, frolics and entertainment”.
All the necessary procedures are being put in place to ensure the popup event proceeds in line with Government guidelines.
Social distancing will be in force, along with a wide variety of hygiene measures.
Bookings require card details, and whilst there is no deposit necessary, £10 per person will be charged in the case of a no-show.
Management said: “Our friends at Albert’s Schloss are happy to answer any questions you may have about the event.”
You can reach them on 0161 833 40 40 or [email protected]
Events are now being tentatively planned for a full reopening of Albert Hall in autumn – with live shows featuring all-star lineups scheduled from September onwards.
You can view the full listings online.