Neighbourhood Festival 2017 first wave line up announced

image of Peace band

The first acts for Neighbourhood Festival 2017, taking place at 11 Manchester venues, have been revealed.

Over 100 artists and bands from around the world will perform on Saturday 7 October as Neighbourhood Festival returns following the phenomenal success of Neighbourhood Festival 2016.

Who is performing at Neighbourhood Festival 2017?

Headlining Neighbourhood Festival 2017 are Peace (pictured above)and Rat Boy along with some of the country’s freshest names including Billie Marten, Black Honey, Jaws, The Amazons, Superfood, Leo Stannard, The Orielles and The Strypes.

The Orielles at The Deaf Institute 12 December 2015
The Orielles at The Deaf Institute

Manchester and the North West are well represented at the festival, with local talents such as Rory Wynne, Jordan Max, The Blinders and Phoebe Green all performing.

Also announced to perform are Alice Jemima | Babyteeth | Bad Sounds | Bloxx | Broken Witt Rebels | Cabbage | Clay | Darlia | Dan Caplen | Demob Happy | Estrons | Flyte | High Tyde | HMLTD | The Howl and the Hum | Ider | Inheaven | Joe Fox | Joel Baker | Little Hours | The Luka State | Mable | Marsicans | Outlya | Sink Ya Teeth | The Pale White | The Vryll Society | Stereo Honey | Ten Tonnes | Tora | Trash | Trevor Sensor | Witch Fever | Xamvolo

More acts are set to be announced soon.

Where will Neighbourhood Festival 2017 take place?

Eleven Manchester gig venues have been announced for Neighbourhood Festival:

Albert Hall
Gorilla
Deaf Institute
O2 Ritz
The Union MMU
Revolution
Sound Control
Dog Bowl/Underdog
XOLO
The Zoo
Factory

When do tickets for Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival 2017 go on sale?

Tickets for Neighbourhood Festival 2017 go on general sale at 10am on Friday 26 May.  Tickets are priced £30 plus booking fee. 14+ only.

image of Peace courtesy Chuffmedia.com

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