Bars & Nightlife

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

By Laura O'Neill

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.