Peace, and Rat Boy, for Manchester's Neighbourhood Festival 2017

including Billie Marten, Black Honey, The Amazons, Cabbage, Jaws, Superfood, & more

By Neil Greenway | Published: Tue 23rd May 2017

Neighbourhood 2017 - Peace
Photo credit: Chris Mathews

Neighbourhood 2017

Saturday 7th October 2017
various venues, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M2 5QR, England MAP

The first acts have been announced for Neighbourhood Festival which takes over 11 venues around the south-side of Manchester City Centre on Saturday 7th October 2017.

This year is headlined by Peace, and Rat Boy, and includes names such as Billie Marten, Black Honey, The AmazonsCabbage, Jaws, Superfood, The Strypes, and The Orielles.

Also on the bill, in alphabetical order, are Alice Jemima, Babyteeth, Bad Sounds, Bloxx, Broken Witt Rebels, Clay, Darlia, Dan Caplen, Demob Happy, Estrons, Flyte, High Tyde, Hmltd, The Howl and The Hum, Ider, Inheaven, Joe Fox, Joel Baker, Jordan Max, Leo Stannard, Little Hours, The Luka State, Mabel, Marsicans, OUTLYA, Phoebe Green, Rory Wynne, Sink Ya Teeth, The Blinders, The Pale White, The Vryll Society, Stereo Honey, Ten Tonnes, Tora, Trash, Trevor Sensor, Witch Fever, and Xamvolo.

The venues used for Neighbourhood are: The Albert Hall, O2 Ritz, The Union MMU, Sound Control, Gorilla, Dog Bowl, Deaf Institute, XOLO, The Zoo, Revolution Oxford Road, Factory, and Underdog.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (26th May) at 10am, priced at £30.

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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.


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