Inner city music extravaganza Neighbourhood Festival returns for a third outing this October, with over 100 local and international acts on the bill for one day of metropolitan music across Manchester. Headlining this year are local lads and sonic explorers Everything Everything, still out supporting their fourth album ‘A Fever Dream’, along with Reading-based indie troupe Sundara Karma, with a second album set for release in the not-too-distant future. They’ll be joined by Brighton quartet The Magic Gang, raucous psych-rockers Temples and Halifax indie trio The Orielles, alongside a host of budding indie acts to discover. The festival is spread across 13 venues including The Albert Hall, the O2 Ritz, Manchester Academy, Gorilla and Deaf Institute, as well as offering a great opportunity to see Now Wave’s new venue YES. How much to have all these stellar shows at your fingertips? Tickets are just £30, plus booking fee.

Sat 6 Oct, various city centre venues, £30,

Sat 6 Oct
Rich Holmes
Published on:
Sun 30 Sep 2018