Manchester’s new multi venue festival Neighbourhood Festival has announced its second wave of artists
The event, which takes place on Saturday 8 October around Manchester city centre including at venues such as The Albert Hall, Sound Control and Gorilla and promises over 100 artists across 10 venues in 1 day had previously unveiled the likes of Twin Atlantic, Lonely The Brave, Kate Nash and Circa Waves, but has now added a phenomenal round of acts including several Manchester based bands and artists.
Joining the line-up for the inaugural event is acclaimed Brighton four-piece Black Peaks, who have earned rave reviews from their debut album Statues. Also added to the bill is producer and vocalist Rationale and indie rock trio Little Comets, as well as singer-songwriter Rae Morris and Australian vocalist, Grace.
Some of the country’s freshest names such as Declan McKenna and Black Foxxes have been confirmed, joining a selection of the most hotly tipped artists, including the likes of Alice Jemima, Area 52, John Hassell and The April Rainers, Superfood, Tall Ships, Ten Tonnes, The Academic and The Rhythm Method.
Manchester finds itself represented with three of the hottest Manchester bands of today Lake Komo, Man Made and Hyena Kill who join the previously announced Manchester bands False Advertising and Girl Friend.
Author: Editorial Team
Live Manchester editorial team