Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival Lineup Revealed

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Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival Lineup Revealed

Organisers of Machester’s Neighbourhood Festival have announced the second wave of acts set to perform at the one-day festival.

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The festival season may be over and the weather on the turn, but surely we can all manage one more festival?

Neighbourhood Festival will return for a third year on October 6, with more 100 artists and bands from around the world performing across Manchester’s most iconic music venues on the south side of the city.

Organisers have announced the final wave of acts, set to join home-grown Indie rockers Everything Everything who will be headlining the festival alongside acclaimed live favourites Sundara Karma. More than 50 additional acts were announced on Monday (September 3) including The Magic Gang, a quartet from Brighton known for their jaunty indie rock, BBC’s Sound of 2018 Sam Fender and Stockport band No Hot Ashes.

They will also be joined by festival regulars Louis Berry, Jordan Allen, and Sam Fender as well as some of the best local talent and new artists from across the UK.

The other artists announced were: Aaron Smith, Aine Cahill, Alex The Astronaut, Alligator, Apre, Bakar, BANG BANG ROMEO, Big Society, BILK, Boniface, Cleopatrick, Decla Welsh & The Decadent West, Dirty Laces, G Flip, Gathering of Strangers, King Kartel, Lava La Rue, Lily Moore, Lowes, Lungs, Millie Turner, Oddity Road, Only The Poets, Patawawa, Pretty Vicious, RedFaces, Rory Wynne, Sad Boys Club, Sam Johnson, Sam Tompkins, Sauce, Scuttlers, Sea Girls, SHEAFS, Sly Antics, Sons of Raphael, The Howl & The Hum, The Hubbards, The Kicklips, The Murder Capital, The Mysterines, The Ninth Wave, The Scruff, The Seamonsters, Trampolene, and Wild Youth.

Photo: @nbhdfestival

The festival will take place across some of the city’s most renowned music venues including the Albert Hall and the O2 Ritz, as well as Manchester Academy and Academy 2, Gorilla, The Refuge, Deaf Institute, Jimmy’s and Factory.

All in one day! Struth.

For more information or to book tickets visit the festival website.

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