Blossoms, White Lies, Fenech-Soler, The Pigeon Detectives, Jones, Vaults, and Shock Machine have been added to the bill for Neighbourhood Festival taking over Manchester City Centre on Saturday 8th October 2016 offering a full day of live music.
Other new additions include Betsy, Caro, Dantevilles, Dead!, Eastern Barbers, Ekkah, Face, Feed The Kid, Gabriel Bruce, Girli, James Cherry, Jones, Jordan Allen, Kaiden Nolan, Kudu Blue, Lao Ra, Leif Erikson, Liam McClair, Little Comets, Mahalia, Milly Pie, Mirror Furies, No Hot Ashes, Pale Whites, St Phnx, Salen, Shock Machine, Strange Bones, Ten Fe, The Academic, The Beach, The Shimmer Band, The Telermen, Thomas Cohen, Tom Greenan, Tor Miller, Vaults, Vynce, and Youngr.
Headlining the inaugural event are Circa Waves, and Twin Atlantic, they are joined by Lonely The Brave, Kate Nash, Rationale, Rae Morris, Little Comets, Black Peaks, Grace, Alice Jemima, Area 52, Black Foxxes, Declan McKenna, The Hyena Kill, John Hassell and The April Rainers, Lake Komo, Man Made, Superfood, Tall Ships, Ten Tonnes, The Academic, Ady Suleiman, All Tvvins, Airways, Anteros, Babeheaven, Blaenavon, Cameron Ag, Cabbage, Clean Cut Kid, Cupids, False Advertising, Freak, Fronteers, Girl Friend, Georgie, Grumble Bee, High Tyde, Hooton Tennis Club, Inheaven, Jazz Purple, King No One, Louis Berry, Matt Maltese, Pale Waves, Prose, Rhys Lewis, Rory Wynne, She Drew The Gun, The Amazons, The Blinders, The Rhythm Method, Vant, Wedding, and Will Joseph Cook.
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.
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