A Noughties-Themed Club Night Is Coming To Manchester And It’s Going To Be So Fetch

Regina George was wrong, fetch is happening.

So Fetch, a club night dedicated to the glorious music of the noughties is coming to Manchester’s Deaf Institute next month.

Photo: Deaf Institute

It’s been nearly 20 years since the turn of the millennium, which marked the beginning of an era of phenomenal music and films. It’s a scary thought, but rather than wallow in miserable nostalgia, why not relive the magic with a club night dedicated to the music of the noughties.

Manchester’s Deaf Institute will host So Fetch, a night dedicated to classics from the 2000s, on February 8. Revellers can expect to hear classics from the likes of Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, McFly, Usher, Gwen Stefani and Busted. So whether you were a skater boi, or spent the decade hanging out under your umbrella-ella-ella-eh, you’re guaranteed to hear your faves on the night!

Tickets are priced from £5. For more information click here.

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