For a second year Manchester city centre Neighbourhood Festival returns, taking place on Saturday 7th October 2017 across 12 venues.
The venues are: The Albert Hall; O2 Ritz; Sound Control; Gorilla; Deaf Institute; The Bread Shed; The Union MMU; Revolution Oxford Road; Factory 251; Underdog; Thirsty Scholar; and The Refuge Basement.
Confirmed acts include The View (performing 'Hats Off To The Buskers'), The Subways, Peace, Rat Boy, Billie Marten, Declan McKenna, Black Honey, Cabbage, Jaws, The Amazons, Superfood, The Strypes, Idles, Judas, Queen Zee & The Sasstones, The Xcerts, and many more. Expect over 100 acts in total.
For all of the details including venue splits please see the line-up page.
There is a separately ticketed opening party featuring an acoustic set by Blossoms at MMU Students Union.
Tickets are on sale priced at £30.
This event is for those aged over 14 years only.
One ticket = one wristband. The wristband gains you entry to all the venues involved in the festival. Entry is subject the venue capacity, to avoid disappointment we would recommend getting to your chosen shows early.
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"
The opening party requires a separate ticket and is only available to those holding tickets for the main festival. Tickets for the opening party go on sale on Wednesday 27th September at 9am.
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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