Neighbourhood Festival (NBHD)has unveiled a jam-packed lineup as it makes its long-awaited return to Manchester city centre this year.
After a few years away, Manchester’s biggest multi-venue music festival is back once again this year, and is set to take over Manchester city centre on Saturday 1 October – with headline shows by indie titans The Snuts, local heroes Everything Everything, alternative quartet Sundara Karma.
The headliners will also be joined by whole host of emerging talent.
Some of the fast-rising newcomers on the just-announced lineup include Alfie Templeman, Baby Queen, Rachel Chinnouriri, Dylan, The Royston Club, Louis Dunford, Lauran Hibberd, and STONE.
The Skinner Brothers, World’s First Cinema, Anorak Patch, Blondes, and Brooke Combe are just a handful of other exciting names on the lineup.
Neighbourhood Festival first launched all the way back in 2016.
Quickly establishing itself as the place to discover the next big thing, in the past, BRIT Award winners Sam Fender, Mabel and Holly Humberstone and established live favourites Yungblud, Declan McKenna, Mahalia, and The Lathums have all performed.
Just like it has done in previous years, the festival with be taking place across Manchester’s favourite venues all based the city centre for 2022.
Neighbourhood Festival returns to the Albert Hall, Gorilla, O2 Ritz and many more much-loved stages this October, and Bunny Jackson’s is joining the party for the first time this year too.
There’s also many more acts still to be announced, so keep your eyes peeled.
Tickets for NBHD Festival will officially go on sale on Thursday 26 May, and to make sure you’re one of the first in line, you can now sign-up to be notified.
Parklife has ALREADY put 2024 tickets on sale at a bargain price – but there’s only 1000 available
Parklife has barely begun, with thousands pouring into Heaton Park for the first day of the festival – but for the first time ever, tickets for next year are already on sale.
The massive music event has made a surprise announcement that it’s putting its 2024 tickets on sale while the 2023 edition is underway.
Tickets for Parklife 2024 are on sale at a discounted price too, until this year’s wraps up tomorrow night.
So that means you have until The 1975 finish their Parklife Stage performance at 11pm on Sunday to secure your entry for next year.
There’s a really limited number of tickets available – only 1,000 – in the super early-bird sale.
Anyone who books their ticket now will be able to lock in their festival for next year for just a £15 deposit.
From 11pm on Sunday, that deposit price will jump up by £25.
Parklife announced the new on Twitter this afternoon, writing: “2024 let’s go, super early birds onsale for 48hrs — £15 deposit.”
The festival added on their website: “For the first time ever we’re putting Parklife 2024 on-sale while the 2023 festival is underway.
“We’re offering a SUPER early-bird 2024 ticket prices for 48hrs that go live on Saturday as soon as the gates open at 11AM and increase by £25.00 on Sunday when last headliner The 1975 finishes at 11PM.
“There are only 1,000 available, so get them from a £15 deposit while you can!”
Payment plans are available – you can pay £15 now, then pay off the remainder of your ticket in 11 monthly instalments finishing in May 2024.