The first ever Neighbourhood Festival is edging ever closer. On 8thOctober 2016, the streets of Manchester will be filled with avid music fans trying to catch a glimpse of their favourite artist or scoping some of the city's coolest venues in search of their new idols. As we count down the days until #NBHD16, we take a look at a couple of the bands which are set to play Neighbourhood Festival.
CIRCA WAVES Stuck In My Teeth After the release of their first album 'Young Chasers' back in 2015, Circa Waves have enjoyed national success. Their catchy melodies and twangy guitars make for perfect feel-good tunes. Catch this Liverpudlian band on the headline slot of the festival.
No Sleep Possibly Glasgow's hottest prospect, and follwoing the release of their new single 'No Sleep', Twin Atlantic promise to bring a performance of energy, passion and great music. Their guitar riffs are crunchy and their lyrics are edgy, the perfect combination for a headline slot at #NBHD16
LONELY THE BRAVE Dust & Bones Lonely The Brave will also be playing at the first ever Neighbourhood Festival. Off the back of the release of their second studio album 'Things Will Matter', the boys from Cambridge are set to take Manchester by storm.
Foundations She's edgy, she's cool and she's back. Kate Nash will be performing at Neighbourhood Festival 2016 bringing her cockney swagger and upbeat tunes, Kate Nash will be one not to miss at #NBHD16.
Rationale brings his relaxed electronic sounds to the festival, following the expected release of his eponymous debut album at the end of September.
The perfect artist to compliment Rationale, Rae Morris' performance will blow you away. Her vocals will captivate you while her beat will force you to move to the music. Rae Morris' performance will be one not to miss.
Violence Out Tonight If you're into your indie music, there will be no doubt you'll be into Little Comets. They epitomise the indie music scene and are the perfect fit for Neighbourhood Festival 2016.
Saviour Among the second wave of artists to be announced, Black Peaks certainly created a buzz when their name appeared on the line up. Their raw energy on stage will generate one hell of an atmosphere at the first ever Neighbourhood Festival.
Hell Of A Girl 19 years old and a top spot at Neighbourhood Festival... Not bad for the Australian singer, eh? Her performance will be emotional, moving and damn-right outstanding. Get down to Neighbourhood this year to witness the amazing Grace. No pun intended.
Tickets for Neighbourhood 2016 are available here.