Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival Announces Full Lineup for 2018
Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival is potentially the most popular multi-venue event that takes place in the great Northern Powerhouse. Spreading their tentacles across the entire South of the city, some of the most recognisable venues Manchester has to offer will be hosting performances from a swathe of impressive artists, with gigs taking place on Saturday, October 6th.
Organisers have already announced a hefty portion of their line-up, with acts such as Everything Everything, Sundara Karma, and Get Cape Wear Cape Fly. With eleven venues to fill over the day, including Gorilla, both of the Academies, and the iconic Deaf Institute, a hefty line-up is the order of the day. Good job that the curators of Neighbourhood Festival are ready with lashings and lashings of quality artists to entertain ticketholders.
And now the festival have just announced their final wave of artists to be added to the bill. You can enjoy live performances from Louis Berry, The Magic Gang, Sam Fender, No Hot Ashes, The Academic, and Jordan Allen.
Alongside the aforementioned additions, you can also partake in music from 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, all of whom have also just been revealed.
Tickets for the all-day event are available here. Grab a couple of wristbands while you still can!