One of Manchester’s most famous clubs is taking things ‘underground’, with the addition of a new room, dedicated to the indie faithful.
Fifth Avenue nightclub is bringing even more of the eclectic indie anthems that party-goers and uni students have come to expect, with an added dose of pop, hip hop and ‘rock ‘n’ rock’ to keep things fresh at a new micro club, dubbed The Bunker.
The Bunker’s weekly Propaganda night has already proved a massive hit, thanks to the ultra-dancable party tunes and drink promotions for which Fifth Ave’s is famous – not to mention an immense sound and lighting rig from Blacka Installations.
Our handiwork hasn’t gone unnoticed. Manchester nightlife website DesignMyNight.com described our handiwork in the following glowing terms: “The space has been filled with a supreme sound system capable of handling the eclectic and loud party mash ups thrown out on a nightly basis and a lighting rig to keep the atmosphere electric from start to finish.
“Fans of 5th Avenue will be buzzing about the extra room to sink some booze and stomp around to their favourite tunes in, and with all the new students flooding into town to blow their loans and bomb ‘Jagers’ down like water, it sounds like the bunker is the newest, coolest and safest bet for getting right involved this fresher’s week and beyond.