A new festival for Manchester city centre Neighbourhood will take place on Saturday 8th October 2016.
Headlining the inaugural event are Circa Waves, Blossoms, White Lies, and Twin Atlantic, they are joined by Liam Fray, Fenech Soler, Grace, Lonely The Brave, Rationale, Rae Morris, The Pigeon Detectives, Ady Suleiman, Airways, Alice Jemima, All Tvvins, Anteros, Area 52, BabeHeaven, Betsy, Black Foxxes, Blaenavon, Cabbage, Cameron AG, Caro, Clean Cut Kid, Cupids, Dantevilles, Dead!, Declan McKenna, Eastern Barbers, Ekkah, Face, False Advertising, Feed The Kid, Freak, Fronteers, Gabriel Bruce, Girl Friend, Girli, Grumble Bee, High Tyde, Hooton Tennis Club, InHeaven, James Cherry, Jazz Purple, John Hassell and The April Rainers, Jones, Jordan Allen, Kaiden Nolan, King No One, Kudu Blue, Lake Komo, Lao Ra, Leif Erikson, Liam Mcclair, Little Comets, Louis Berry, Mahalia, Man Made, Matt Maltese, Milly Pie, Mirror Furies, No Hot Ashes, Pale Waves, Pale Whites, Prose, Rhys Lewis, Rory Wynne, St Phnx, Salen, She Drew The Gun, Shock Machine, Strange Bones, Superfood, Tall Ships, Ten Fe, Ten Tonnes, The Academic, The Amazons, The Beach, The Blinders, The Hyena Kill, The Rhythm Method, The Shimmer Band, The Telerman, Thomas Cohen, Tom Greenan, Tor Miller, Vant, Vaults, Vynce, Wedding, Will Joseph Cook, and Youngr.
For the line-up details as available see the Neighbourhood line-up page.
Over 100 artists and bands from all around the world will be performing across nine of Manchester's venues including The Albert Hall, O2 Ritz, Sound Control, Gorilla, Dog Bowl, Deaf Institute, XOLO, The Zoo, Revolution Oxford Road, Thirsty Scholar, and Joshua Brooks.
Tickets are priced at £30.
This event is for those aged over 14 years only.
At the helm of Neighbourhood Festival is one of the UK’s leading promoters SJM Concerts. Promoter Luke Temple said, "Over the next few years we plan to establish Neighbourhood Festival as one of the biggest and best metropolitan festival’s in the UK. The inaugural event is already shaping up to have an exciting and eclectic line up and is not to be missed"
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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