The 2nd wave of announcements have been made for Neighbourhood Festival which takes over 11 venues around the south-side of Manchester City Centre on Saturday 7th October 2017.
Leading the news names are The View, who will be performing their debut album 'Hats Off To The Buskers' to celebrate their 10th anniversary, and the live return of The Subways. Also newly added are Billy Lockett, Fazerdaze, Get Inuit, The Big Moon, Zak Abel, Caro, David Kennan, Feet, Flatline Stereo, Fling, Haunt the Woods, Hey Charlie, Isaac Gracie, Lyra, Nathan Ball, Neon Waltz, Nikhil D'Souza, Nilufer Yanya, No Hot Ashes, October Drift, Oddity Road, Party Hardly, Pip Blom, RedFaces, River Matthews, Sam Fender, Sea Girls, Strange Bones, Swimming Tapes, Team Picture, The Old Pink House, Yonaka, and Yungblud.
These acts join headliners by Peace, and Rat Boy, along with performances from the likes of Billie Marten, Black Honey, The Amazons, Cabbage, Jaws, Superfood, The Strypes, and The Orielles. For all of the details so far please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale priced at £30. Note that this event is for those aged over 14 years only.
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.
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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