Not only is it open all night, but the Robert Gillow, in Market Street, will be hosting musically charged champagne breakfasts, as well as performances throughout the day.
The Gillow House Musicians will be performing at breakfast time from 8am until 10am, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and the pub will have live music until 1.15am, before becoming the festival’s “green room” into the early hours. Landlord Mark Cutter, who also runs the Lord Ashton pub in North Road, said the pub would not close between 8am on Friday and 1am on Monday.
He added: “We’ll be allowing non-amplified music throughout the night, and we’ll also be showing films in relaxed surroundings upstairs during the day.
“We’ve called it the Green Room, and we’re open for everybody, including the musicians, to come and relax when the festival’s over, and get something to eat if they want.”