Greek Street announces huge Jubilee street party for bank holiday celebrations

There’s a huge street party going on right in the city centre.
Image: Leeds City Council

With the Jubilee four-day weekend only a few short weeks away, it’s time to make plans.

Greek Street is known as an all-year party spot, with bars open until the early hours- but now the notorious street is bringing its businesses together for a huge street party over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend.

Given the four-day weekend extravaganza ahead, Greek Street is bringing the celebrations from evening to afternoon so you can spend more time drinking and dancing than ever before.

Image: The Lost & Found, Greek Street

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Kicking the event off at midday on Thursday 2 June 2022, there will be no less than three DJs playing across the centre of Greek Street for a whopping ten hours in front of Yorkshire House.

Expect the very best of cheesy tunes, old school R&B, as well as dance tracks and modern beats as the sky fades into pastel nighttime hues and the party continues late into the night.

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Acting as one big street party, this really will be the ultimate city centre event.

There’s a whopping nine bars and restaurants confirmed to take part so far, each of which will allow the use of special Jubilee recyclable cups to take out of the venues to wander (or dance) around the street.

Confirmed to take place so far, Manahatta will be at the heart of the action with sponsors Hendricks whilst The Alchemist will be supplying the Patrón spirits. You’ll dee The Lost & Found and Salon de Privé (Dakota) sporting the very best of No. 3 gin whilst Gusto will be sponsored by Grey Goose and Neighbourhood will host two suppliers: Pimms and Tanqueray.

Image: The Lost & Found, Greek Street

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The Liquorist All Bar One, and Wetherspoons will also be getting involved in the street party and keep the drinks flowing far later than the 10pm finish time of the official street party event.

For more information, or to find out about how you can party like it’s a Jubilee bank holiday weekend, visit any of the participating restaurants and bars to find out more.

Feature Image- Leeds City Council

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