Stockport’s finest number one selling band Blossoms along with the critically acclaimed White Lies have been announced as daytime headliners for Manchester’s new multi-venue festival Neighbourhood taking place on Saturday 8th October.

This will be the last chance to see Blossoms in Manchester this year if fans have missed out on tickets for their other sold out shows in the city.  White Lies appearance coincides with the release of their new album ‘Friends’ on October 7th and precedes their sold out Albert Hall show this November.

Amongst the final wave of artists joining the line-up for the inaugural event are The Pigeon Detectives and Fenech Soler who make their live return at the festival.

More of the country’s freshest names such as The Telerman, Vaults, Youngr, Shock Machine, Jones and Ten Tonnes have been confirmed to join a huge selection of the most hotly tipped artists from across globe.

Further home-grown talent joining the bill are North West’s Dantevilles, Face, No Hot Ashes, Liam McClair, Feed The Kid, Milly Pye, Tom Walker, Jordan Allen and Kaiden Nolan.  There will be one very special guest announced soon, so watch this space.

Over 100 artists and bands from all around the world will be performing across Manchester’s best and most iconic music venues the south side of the city. This all day event will also see Circa Waves and Twin Atlantic taking the helm as evening headliners.

Furthermore Neighbourhood Festival is proud to be teaming up with official partners New Balance and Dr. Martens, who will be hosting a special instore gig at the festival. Watch out for more details on the line-up.

Tickets for Neighbourhood Festival are on sale now via, and


Circa Waves // Blossoms // White Lies // Twin Atlantic

Fenech Soler // Grace // Lonely The Brave // Rationale // Rae Morris // The Pigeon Detectives

Ady Suleiman // Airways // Alice Jemima // All Tvvins // Anteros // Area 52 // BabeHeaven // Betsy // Black Foxxes // Blaenavon // Cabbage // Cameron AG // Caro // Clean Cut Kid // Cupids // Dantevilles // Dead! // Declan McKenna // Eastern Barbers // Ekkah // Face // False Advertising // Feed The Kid // Freak // Fronteers // Gabriel Bruce // Girlfriend // Girli // Grumble Bee // High Tyde // Hooton Tennis Club // InHeaven // James Cherry // Jazz Purple // Jones // Jordan Allen // Kaiden Nolan // King No One // Kudu Blue // Lake Komo //  Lao Ra // Leif Erikson // Liam Mcclair // Little Comets // Louis Berry // Mahalia // Man Made // Matt Maltese // Milly Pie // Mirror Furies // No Hot Ashes // Pale Waves // Pale Whites // Prose // Rhys Lewis // Rory Wynne // St Phnx // Salen // She Drew The Gun // Shock Machine // Strange Bones // Superfood // Tall Ships // Ten Fe // Ten Tonnes // The Academic // The Amazons // The Beach // The Blinders // The Hyena Kill // The Rhythm Method // The Shimmer Band // The Telerman // Thomas Cohen // Tom Greenan // Tor Miller // Vant // Vaults // Vynce // Wedding // Will Joseph Cook / Youngr


The Albert Hall // O2 Ritz // Sound Control // Gorilla // Dog Bowl // Deaf Institute // XOLO // The Zoo // Revolution Oxford Road // Thirsty Scholar // Joshua Brooks