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Neighbourhood Festival 2019

  • Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 12 October 2019
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A Mancunian indie showcase

Neighbourhood Festival is a city-centre music festival held in each Autumn in Manchester, UK.

Spread across a number of venues throughout the northwestern city – which has a vibrant music scene and rich cultural history – the festival's lineup showcases an array of rising stars and ones-to-watch from the worlds of rock, indie and alternative music, as well as established favourites higher up the bill.

With this one-day event in Manchester, and their weekender in Warrington, Neighbourhood has become an established brand for the indie music scene in the northwest of England, and the UK as a whole


  • Miles Kane


  • Miles Kane
  • The Blinders
  • The Big Moon
  • Easy Life
  • Ten Tonnes
  • Sports Team
  • PINS
  • VANT
  • The Academic
  • Giant Rooks
  • Good Cop Bad Cop
  • Bloxx
  • Alfie Templeman
  • Aeris Roves
  • Be Charlotte
  • Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard
  • Declan J Donovan
  • Do Nothing
  • Drug Store Romeos
  • Dylan John Thomas
  • Far Caspian
  • Harry Marshall
  • Heavy Lungs
  • Heavy Rapids
  • Hotel Lux
  • Inhaler
  • Julia Bardo
  • Just Mustard
  • Kid Kapiachi
  • Lauran Hibberd
  • Matilda Mann
  • Molly Payton
  • Moses
  • Orchards
  • Oscar Lang
  • Otherkin
  • Phoebe Green
  • Red Rum Club
  • Sick Joy
  • Social Contract
  • Sophie & The Giants
  • Spinn
  • Talk Show
  • The C33's
  • The Illicits
  • The Pale White
  • The Reytons
  • Walt Disco
  • Witch Fever
  • Working Mens Club
  • Wovoka Gentle
  • Wuh Oh

+ more artists to be announced

Neighbourhood will take place across various venues in Manchester city centre, including The Albert Hall and Deaf Institute. 


Manchester, United Kingdom


Manchester is easily accessible via train from the rest of the UK, with services from London taking just over two hours on Virgin Trains. 

Megabus and National Express also run coach services to the city from locations across the UK. 

If you're flying into Manchester, you can reach the city centre by taking either a Northern Rail or First TransPennine Express service into Manchester Piccadilly. This should take approximately 15 minutes and will cost around £5. Alternatively, you can take Tram line Met6 into the centre from the airport, however, this would take around 40 minutes. 

Neighbourhood Festival is a strictly 14+ event. 

Neighbourhood Festival 2019

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